Quote:In the Swim
It's never too late or too early to learn to swim as hundreds of local people have discovered.
Working in partnership with the Amateur Swimming Association's (ASA) National Plan for Teaching Swimming, a recognised and monitored standard for the delivery of swimming, Camberwell Leisure Centre, Dulwich Leisure Centre, Darwin Court and Seven Islands are running courses of swimming lessons for anyone from babies upwards. With thirteen different course levels for Juniors, four 'Adult and Child' levels and five levels for Adults there's pretty much something for everyone.
The lessons, which last 30 minutes, are designed so all individuals are continually assessed throughout the scheme in a safe and fun environment. Each level includes individual feedback on how well the swimmers are progressing through the scheme and badges and certificates are awarded in recognition of their achievements.
The 10 week courses starting in mid March are now open for enrolment. To find a Swim School near you visit the Fusion website www.fusion-lifestyle.com or call the centres direct.
Camberwell Leisure Centre, 020 7703 3024
Dulwich Leisure Centre, 020 8693 1833
Darwin Court, 020 7582 5505
Seven Islands. 020 7237 3296
emmab wrote:Coin Street's proposed pool isn't in the new Children's Centre on Stamford Street, but at the base of a planned 48-storey tower (Doon Street) on the vacant site opposite the National Theatre. It doesn't even have planning permission.I heard that there is going to be a swimming pool at the new Coin Street Children's Centre but don't think this is ready yet (just checked website - scheduled to open September this year).
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