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Swimming Session Information

Swimming Session Information

What type of swimming sessions are available?

As a quick guide the following types of session are available:

  • Adult and child: Session designed specifically for pre-school children and parents. All sessions must be booked in advance as places are limited.
  • Adult and toddler casual swim: Casual swim for adults and toddlers
  • Adult lessons: For adults who would like to learn how to swim or improve their swimming technique
  • Adult swim: Casual swim session for adults
  • ADHC swimming lesson: Swimming lesson for children with disabilities
  • Casual swim: An unprogrammed swimming session that is open to all users (unless age group stated)
  • Energize: A programmed holiday activity for children aged between five and 16 years
  • Family casual swim: A session specifically for families. All children must be accompanied in the pool by an adult
  • Family funsplash: A family only session with floats in the pool
  • Funsplash: Fun pool session with toys and floats
  • Lanes: A session for serious swimmers
  • Private hire: Pool hired for private booking
  • Reserved for parties: Pool available to hire for parties
  • Schools: Pool closed for school swimming lessons
  • Snaps club: Swimming lesson for children with disabilities
  • Summer Daze: Free casual swimming session for children aged 16 years and under.
  • Summer Daze families only: Family casual session where children aged 16 years and under can swim for free. Children must be accompanied in the pool by an adult.
  • Swimlincs Minis: Swimming lessons for children aged four months to three years and their parent or guardian.
  • Swimlincs pre-school: Swimming lesson programme for children aged three to four years.
  • Swimlincs: Swimming lessons for children aged four years plus and covers non-swimmers through to advanced levels.
  • Training lane: A session designed for serious swimmers where the use of training paddles and fins is permitted, in addition to kickboards and pullbuoys.
Last updated: 23/05/2017
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