Please note that from Sunday 15th September the lower development group start time with Mags will move from 4pm to 5pm.
New start time 5pm from Sunday 15th September.
Some fantastic swimming at the Bridlington Seaside Special Meet by all club swimmers. This A,B & C graded meet was well attended by Kingfisher swimmers with 38 swimmers competing. Some great times & PB’s achieved along with Yorkshire & North Eastern qualification times. Many swimmers competing in their first competitive gala & performing exceptionally well.
Star performance of the day was Joseph Benson who achieved 8 wins from 8 events. Well done Joe !!
No training on Wednesday 11th July for any of the sessions after 7pm. This is due to the world cup, work commitements & the race for life.
To make up for this we are extending the summer term by 1 week so last summer club night will be Wednesday 25th July. Saturday 28th and 29th will also run.
If England win on Wednesday the Sunday session may also be cancelled.
50m Long Course Meet –
PURPOSE OF THE MEET
To enable athletes to achieve times suitable for entry into Regional and County Championships and other Meets at Level 1 or Level 2
Details of City of Leeds Meet Information can be found by following this link:
In the event of any competors withdrawing please inform your coach asap….
John Charles Centre for Sport
View in Google Maps
Channel relay fundraising gig, date for your diary, Friday 27th July,at the cask, 7 til midnight. Bob Walker booked for sound, £5 tickets in advance or £6 on the door. Tickets and line up to follow shortly.
Our Easter fundraising raised a grand total of £596.
Thank you to all the swimmers / families who donated tombola prizes and also to Our Co, Morrisons, Boyes and Tesco who supported us.
Thank you also goes to Everyone Active who sponsored the huge egg for the raffle.
Wednesday 18th April 6.30-8.30 Meeting Room @ Sports Village, Scarborough
A parents / carers and masters ‘drop in’ meeting to meet Vicky, who is our fundraising secretary and to find out what activities / events are in the pipeline that need support from our swimmers and their families. This is also an opportunity for parents to share their ideas on future fundraising activities.
The club will be holding their annual Easter fundraiser on club night Wednesday 28th March. This will take the form of the ever popular Easter egg tombola and a raffle for a large Easter egg. This year the raffle egg has been sponsored by Everyone Active.
However the club do need donations of Easter eggs for the tombola. These can be brought to the front desk on a club night over the next few weeks.
There will also be knitted Easter characters and kingfishers minions available to buy (complete with creme egg or similar).