Notification of Easter Holiday Closure
There will be no training on the following dates:
Friday 30 March AM & PM
Sunday 1 April AM
Monday 2 April AM & PM
Welcome to Crawley Swimming Club.
Crawley Swimming Club is one of the most successful swimming and water polo clubs in Sussex, based at K2 Leisure Centre in Crawley.
We welcome swimmers from age 5 onwards and offer a range of professional teaching and coaching from swimming lessons to competitive swimming and water polo to national level.
Our aim is to offer the highest quality teaching, training and coaching in a fun environment , while encouraging our swimmers and learners to be the best they can be.
We are always ready to welcome new swimmers to our club - come and join us!
What a fantastic weekend our Crawley SC Masters had at South East Regionals held at K2.
Valerie McLaren placed;
BRONZE 400m Freestyle
4th 200m Freestyle
BRONZE 100m Freestyle
BRONZE 50m Freestyle
Geoff Goodwin placed;
SILVER 100m Back
5th 400m Freestyle
BRONZE 200m Back
7th 100m Freestyle
Zara Williams placed
DOUBLE GOLD in 50m & 100m Freestyle
Simon Duke placed;
DOUBLE GOLD 50m & 100m Fly
Gill Ferguson placed;
BRONZE 100m Breaststroke
Marianne Davey placed;
DOUBLE GOLD 100m Back & 50m Freestyle
SILVER 100m Freestyle
BRONZE 200m Back
Linda Hooker placed;
DOUBLE GOLD 100m Breaststroke & 100m Freestyle
TRIPLE SILVER 50m Breaststroke, 50m Freestyle & 200m Breaststroke
BRONZE in the 200m Fresstyle
An incredible overall medal Tally of 8 GOLDS, 4 SILVER and 7 BRONZE
#SimplyAmazing #FeelProud #CrawleySCMasters #SER
Crawley SC relies on volunteers to keep this club running smoothly. This enables the Club to keep its fees as low as possible which directly impacts each and every member that swims at Crawley SC. Each and every one of your children benefit from the time and input from those volunteers.
Can we please ask that every family looks at how just one member can contribute some time towards the Club. There are so many different roles and each volunteer can chose where they are best suited. This only involves a little bit of time for each person if we have sufficient volunteers.
On Friday, our Time Trials was in jeopardy as we found ourselves in a position where the equipment we hired form K2 was not working to a standard that we needed so we became reliant on manual timing which requires trained timekeepers and it was incredibly difficult to find parents with this, easy to gain, qualification. With Club Championships coming up in June, we need more volunteers please. The volunteer roles within the club are filled by the same faces each and every time and those same people actually fulfil more than one role and many of those fabulous individuals are moving on to pastures new with children soon attending University.
Please come forward and do something great for your children who have so much to gain form a great Club like Crawley SC.
Please contact me directly and we can discuss what role is best suited for you. (roles include: Drinks and Sweets Monitor, Time Keeper, Team Manager, Officials, Committee Member, Electronics Team, Coaching, Teaching, Poolside Marshalls, Fundraising, Welfare, Website, Team App, Marketing, Sponsorship, Open Meets Organiser, Data Input for Meets, Announcing ……..and so many more)
Thank you for your time. I look forward to hearing from some new people.
Please see poster HERE from Sussex County which advertises some great courses to assist volunteers and clubs.
Chair, Crawley SC
Please be reminded Annual Membership is due in January – please ensure this is paid before the end of the month either by BACS or at the desk on Fridays
Also, there are swimmers who owe funds from previous open meet entires. Please ensure these are paid in full before entering any further competitions/meets or speak in confidence to our Treasurer if you wish to discuss outstanding payment.
A reminder that all payment for open meets should be made at time of entry.
Due to Health & Safety reasons, Please note that ALL swimmers should not to use the booms at K2 to cross poolside before or after club sessions. Swimmers will need to walk around pool. This control measure is to reduce the traffic on boom when lessons are still in place however once your sessions start access is permitted.
Thank you for assistance in this matter