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Return to pool programme

With Government approval for the 12th April re-opening, the club will be returning to the pool on Monday 12th April.

The usual COVID secure protocols will still exist with phased entry and exit and one way systems.

2021 – 20 year Anniversary

The club is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2021.

A range of activities and events are planned once we come out of the effects of the pandemic

20th Anniversary

The club will be celebrating our 20th Anniversary this year. In such a relative short period, the club has been able to establish itself as one of the premier clubs in the South East.

Whilst we all feel the affects of COVID19 and the restrictions, the club will be planning some special celebratory ideas and events to hopefully take place later in the year.

Please keep a watch out for further announcements from the clubs email account.

Protecting our swimmers

Good information to follow, not only just for school

Frequently Asked questions regarding COVID 19 and training

What are the safeguards being used by the club?

We ask swimmers to:-

  • Where a face covering to/from training
  • We have hand sanitizer on entry to centres
  • We have implemented a strict one way system
  • Arrive beach ready for the session
  • Respect social distancing rules at all times
  • Stay away from the pool if they show any symptoms of COVID19

What is the protocol if somebody within a bubble/lane shows Covid-19 symptoms?

If a person in a ‘bubble/lane’ shows symptoms related to Covid-19 they are asked to remove themselves from the session and go for a test. They will need to stay away from the session until the results of that test are known. The others swimmers in the lane can continue to swim until the results are known. If it is positive the entire lane will then isolate for 14 days. If negative the swimmer will return.

What is the protocol for informing club members if someone within a squad tests positive for Covid-19?

It’s the responsibility of individuals/parents to contact Track and Trace and provide them with details of any people they have been in contact with at less than 2 metres for more than 15 minutes. The club is responsible for keeping a record of all attendees at sessions and these details should be provided to Track and Trace upon request if the subject is unable to provide these themselves.

I have received my test results back and they are ‘inconclusive’, what should I do?

If you had a test because you had symptoms, you must keep self-isolating and have another test within 5 days of your symptoms starting.

If you had a test but have not had any symptoms, you do not need to self-isolate while you wait to get another test.

Can I return to training if I’ve been on holiday abroad?

Government guidelines should be followed at all times with regards to any quarantine regulations following a holiday abroad. A list of countries exempt from quarantine requirements can be found on the Government website.


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