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Help children to Get Safe

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.

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ASA Swim Schools get competitive advantage

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.

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GLL launch Swimfit at 15 sites across London

28 April 2014

Greenwich Leisure Ltd (GLL), in partnership with the ASA, have launched the innovative British Gas Swimfit programme across 15 of their sites in the hope of getting more people swimming more often.

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Children learn to swim…on holiday!

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.

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