The Members Guide, Members Book and Club Constitution are now available on the website under the new Club Info tab.
There are swimming sessions this week on Thursday 27th and Friday 28th but not Sunday 30th May. Due to Bank Holiday weekend and the half-term break, sessions will not resume again until Thursday 10th June. Have a good break!
We will hold a sponsored swim at Honiton swimming pool on Sunday 13 June between 6 – 7 pm. All ages welcome. The aim is to swim as many lengths as possible within 20 minutes to raise money for Honiton Swimming Club. You can have yourself sponsored per swim, or per length swum! Please contact Tina Alam for more info, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a sponsorship form.
Due to Bank Holiday weekend there is no swimming tonight.
Fancy a change from the pool and try something different?
Why not join the ASA South West open water swim in Weymouth on Sunday 4 July: it’s 750m for anyone aged 11 – 111. Download the entry form here: http://www.edowsc.org/ed/archives/2118
There is also a charity 1-mile swim in Falmouth, Cornwall, on Sunday 6 June. The swim is in aid of RNLI and goes across the sea from “castle to castle”. For details see http://www.kingharryscornwall.co.uk/whatson/5171. Alternatively, you can join Thierry here… or sponsor him! http://www.justgiving.com/castle2castle2010
More photos from the Easter Egg hunt and from the Plymouth Gala (by Ralph Lynch) have been uploaded today – check out our photo pages.
Enjoy your break, and see you all again in the week of 19 April (first session on Thursday 22nd). Happy Easter!
UPDATE 29 March: A couple of pictures have now been added to our website – see the Club Photos tab
This years Honiton Swimming Club Easter Egg Hunt was held at Martin and Liz Bennets farm in Broadhembury.
Although the weather had been appalling on the lead up to the event, the actual day was bathed in glorious sunshine with the added bonus of thick mud underfoot.
With over 6 acres of land to hide the clues to the egg hunt, we expected our intrepid egg hunters to be out for some time.
40 Egg hunters aged from 6yrs – 45yrs trudged off into the distance to find the hidden egg clues. First back were Lucy and Janet in a record breaking time. I am sure they has a quad bike hidden away to get them around.
With all safely back in just over an hour and a half we all tucked into some glorious burgers supplied by Complete Meats of Honiton.
After being refreshed and saying hello to the Bennetts newly born calfs (oh and not forgetting Red the dog), the Egg Huntwers were presented with their well derserved easter eggs donated by Tescos of Honiton.
The winner of the prize draw egg was lucky Christian Welford.
A very big thank you goes out to Lizzy and Martin Bennet for letting Honiton Swimming Club use their land and facilities to make for a great team building day out.
Also a big thank you to all the parents and children who attended, especially those who organised and ran the event and they were:
p.s. Ralph Lynch will submit a picture of the day for publication in the local paper
There will be an Easter Egg hunt for swimmers & guests at Lane End Farm, Broadhembury, on Saturday 27 March from 11am to 3pm. Food & drinks will be available for purchase e.g. BBQ burgers. Entry is only £2 per child/adult. RSVP to Lorraine Bugler, or drop an email to email@example.com, so we can plan for numbers. See you there!
The final swim session before the half-term break is on Sunday 14 February.
Swimming will resume on Thursday 25 February.
Have a good break!
A few photos from Presentation Night and the East Devon Mini League gala have been uploaded to our Flickr page – see:
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