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It's great for your health, it's a fun activity and most importantly it's the only sport that can save your life!

Whether you're thinking of learning for the first time or returning to swimming after a few years - whether you'd like to join a club and try competitive swimming or just get in the water for leisure, take the plunge and Go Swim!

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Swim England

Swim England (formerly known as The Amateur Swimming Association) has been in existence since 1869. It was the first governing body of swimming to be established in the world and today remains the English national governing body for swimming, diving, water polo, open water, and synchronised swimming.

It supports over 1,200 affiliated swimming clubs through a National/Regional/and sub-regional structure. It endeavours to ensure every athlete – whatever their age or level of experience – belongs to a club that provides the best possible support and environment through schemes such as swim21, the ASA's 'Quality Mark' for clubs.

The South East News can be delivered every month to your inbox to give you the very latest news from around the region and also let you know what training courses are available, when competitions are scheduled and a host of other essential information for clubs, athletes, volunteers and officials. To get your free copy of South East News delivered every month just log onto the website and register http://www.southeastswimming.org/

Alan Green

Email: Alan.green@swimming.org

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