Waterski - Wakeboard - Open Water Swimming

Open Water Swimming



September swim times

Morning sessions

Monday - 7.45am - 9.45am (check-in from 7.30am)
Tuesday - 7.45am - 9.45am (check-in from 7.30am)
Wednesday - 7.45am - 9.45am (check-in from 7.30am)
Thursday - 7.45am - 9.45am (check-in from 7.30am)
Friday - 7.45am - 9.45am (check-in from 7.30am)

Saturday - 7.30am - 8.30am (check-in from 7.30am)
Saturday - 8.30am - 9.45am (check-in from 8am)
Sunday - 7.30am - 8.30am (check-in from 7.30am)
Sunday - 8.15am - 9.45am (check-in from 8am)

Evenings sessions

Thursday 15th September will be the last evening swim of the season.

Monday - 7.15pm - 8.30pm (check-in from 7pm)
Tuesday - 7.15pm - 8.30pm (check-in from 7pm)
Thursday - 7.15pm - 8.30pm (check-in from 7pm)


We ask that all our swimmers are members of NOWCA, and we use the Actio booking system. We ask that only ONE booking is made per car and that additional participants sign-in in the clubhouse as we are limited on car parking rather than participants! BUT we do ask that at least one person per car is booked in! We also ask that cyclists don't book on the system and instead sign-in in the clubhouse.


PRICE NOWCA - £7
PRICE GUEST - £10



You must be a member of NOWCA in order to book onto the sessions. Link to sign up to NOWCA and to download the app can be found at
nowca.org


PLEASE DO NOT TURN UP BEFORE CHECK-IN TIME




Rules

- You MUST sign in with the dock marshal before entering the water
- You MUST always wear your band
- Don't swim if you are feeling unwell
- Always wear a brightly coloured swimming cap
- Swim in an anticlockwise direction around the course
- If you get into difficulty in the water - make your way to the safety lane which is between the yellow buoys, hold onto a buoy and attract the attention of the dock marshal
- If you hear the boat horn sound, exit the water immediately
- All children under the age of 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult
- Ensure you sign out of the water with the dock marshal once you've finished swimming
- Swimming is entirely at your own risk


Swim course

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