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New baby swimming guidelines launched

13 October 2015

The ASA alongside baby and toddler swim school, Water Babies, and baby swimming product manufacturer Splash About International Ltd, has today launched new national guidelines to keep babies safe in swimming pools.

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AquaZone recognised as model of good practice

28 August 2015

AquaZone, the ASA’s online magazine and social network for competing members aged 9 to 15, has been highlighted by the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) as a model of safeguarding good practice and was sent out in their best practice newsletter for other sports to follow. 

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Government sport consultation announced

4 August 2015

Sports Minister Tracey Crouch has today announced a wide-ranging public consultation to help increase the number of people taking part in sport and physical activity across the country.

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