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Summer Swimming Lessons

  Summer will be here before we know it, and one of the season’s time honored traditions for children is swimming lessons. Not only are swimming lessons a fun way to get some exercise and cool off on a hot summer day, but knowing how to swim is essential from a safety standpoint. Our upcoming term will […]

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A choice to take part on different aquatic disciplines

  Synchronised Swimming Make your own splash and learn the fundamentals of this graceful sport. Sirens trained instructors will teach you sculling techniques, layouts, torpedoes, ballet legs and more, then you’ll set your new skills to music with a beautiful and athletic routine. Classes are a great way to stay in shape and make friends in a […]

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Learn to Swim – Spring

    Spring is the perfect time to learn to swim or improve your existing swimming skills. These spring swimming lessons will have you ready to make splash when summer comes!   Wednesday sessions are April 5 – June 24

Saturday sessions are April 8 – June 24 Sunday session are April 9 – June 25   WHERE: Lessons take place at the YUE Indoor Heated […]

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Learn to Swim – Winter

  It seems incredible, but we’re now nearing the end of a very busy term. We have now started accepting bookings for the winter term which will start on the 7th of January up until the 2nd April ( 12 WEEKS ). We have had plenty of interest in our Learn to Swim Lessons, which has been really pleasing. […]

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Learn to Swim – Autumn Schedule

The schedule for Autumn, the first of our three 12 week terms is now available. All information available from the coaches. Completed booking forms will be accepted till Saturday 3rd September. We look forward to having you join us.   Down load fill in form – Form

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