28 July 2014
The Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) has been working closely with Coventry City Council to shape the format of the new swimming pool that will be replacing the current 50m pool, to ensure that it meets the needs of the people of Coventry.
08 May 2014
Pool operators, clubs and swim schools are invited to give young people in their area the chance to learn about the dangers posed by open water by holding a special ‘Get Safe’ event.
01 May 2014
ASA Swim Schools will benefit from the use of a new logo and access to customisable marketing resources, to give customers valuable peace of mind that their chosen swim school is recognised by the national governing body for swimming.
10 April 2014
On the 27th March, pupils from Daubeney Primary School in Hackney collectively swam the distance from their school to the London Aquatic Centre four times over.
27 March 2014
Today it was confirmed that Wolverhampton Central Baths, one of the main competition venues for the West Midlands, will be kept open following a business plan put forward by the City Council.
29 January 2014
Thomas Cook has become an ASA affiliated provider to allow kids to learn to swim while they are enjoying the sun at six of their major resorts this summer 2014.
8 October 2013
Spirit Health are going to greater lengths to get more people swimming with the launch of British Gas Swimfit in all their clubs across the UK and Ireland.
15 July 2013
Children from three primary schools in South East London enjoyed a welcome break from the warm weather and learned about the dangers posed by open water thanks to a vital life-saving scheme
10 July 2013
Many children with disabilities or additional needs enjoy learning to swim with their peers as part of mainstream lessons. However it can sometimes take them a lot longer to achieve the early stages of the British Gas ASA Learn to Swim Pathway which can affect their motivation.
30 April 2013
On average one person drowns in the UK every 17 hours and drowning is the third highest cause of accidental death among children, with more than half of incidents happening at rivers, lakes, canals and reservoirs. The ASA’s ‘Get Safe’ campaign seeks to ensure young people know how to stay safe, while having fun in and around water.
Now you can give young people in your area the chance to learn about the dangers posed by open water by holding a special ‘Get Safe’ event.