St Neots Swans Are Back Home

AFTER six months without a base, St Neots Swans Swimming Club returned home this week to the refurbished St Neots indoor pool. While the pool was closed for essential maintenance, Swans continued their teaching scheme and squad training at pools in Huntin

AFTER six months without a base, St Neots Swans Swimming Club returned home this week to the refurbished St Neots indoor pool.

While the pool was closed for essential maintenance, Swans continued their teaching scheme and squad training at pools in Huntingdon, Kimbolton and Bedford.

Swans' home-coming will see the return of Tuesday's club night - a weekly gathering point for all swimmers and stages the main training sessions of the week.

The St Neots pool is not only used for training purposes - it will hold several home galas throughout the year, entertaining clubs from Cambridgeshire and many other counties.


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The main event in Swans' year is their open meet, which will take place in September. The all-day event is open to swimmers from all clubs and regularly attracts competitors from the usual local rivals and also clubs as far afield as London and Newcastle.

Linda Ashley-Davidson, Swans head coach, was keen to emphasise the importance of returning to the club's home pool.

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"For 21 years, St Neots Swans has had a presence in the town," she said. "After a six month break, it is very important for the club and for the future of local swimming that Swans has returned home."

INFORMATION: For further information about Swans Swimming Club please contact Sue Ward on 01480 469601, Linda Ashley-Davidson on 01480 380466 or visit www.swans-swimming.com

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