Swim England London

Aquatic sports in the London region

Swim England London Swimming Coaches Forum

Swim England London operates a Swimming Coaches Forum, which is coach led, allowing coaches from Swim England London affiliated clubs to work together to help guide the direction of competitive swimming within the London region.

The main roles of the forum are:

  • To give advice and assistance to promote the development and direction of swimming within
    the Swim England London region
  • To provide opportunities for senior coaches to exchange views and information
  • To provide liaison with coaches within the counties, providing views and information both from the coaches in each county to the forum and from the forum to the coaches in each county
  • To link into Swim England Talent for exchange of information and views
  • To liaise with other regional swimming and development groups
  • To be involved in the continued development of regional swimming championship meets
  • To provide general guidance and review conditions of Swim England London Swimming Development Programmes


Members of the London Coaches Forum

The current members of the London coaches forum are:

    • Adam Taylor – Camden Swiss Cottage SC – Head Coach and Chair of the Coaches Forum
    • Bram Montgomery – Brompton SC – Head Coach
    • Tony Beckley – Beckenham SC – Head Coach
    • Gerry Gillespie – Enfield Swim Squad – Head Coach
    • Nathan Joseph – Haringey Aquatics – Coach
    • Lisa Bates – Chelsea & Westminster SC – Director of Swimming
    • David Broadbent – Hackney Aquatics – Director of Swimming
    • Alastair Kershaw – Newham & UEL SC – Head Coach
    • Gary Inch – Greenwich Royals – Head Coach
    • Kay Grimshaw – Regional Talent Representative
    • Alexander MacDonald – Swimming Committee Chair

If you would like to ask a question or find out further information please email [email protected] and we will forward to the members of the forum to assist.

Should you be interested in joining the Swim England London Swimming Coaches Forum you will need to fill in an application form, which can be found below

Application Form

Swim England London Swimming Coaches Forum – Terms of Reference