Improve your swimming in 2017
Northern Wave, Manchester's LGBT swim club, is proud to announce our Improve Your Swimming classes are back, based at Hough End Leisure centre every Wednesday evening (8-9pm) in January and February.
Classes are open to all and our friendly professional coach will provide help and support to encourage you to develop your strokes. The classes are particularly suited to those who have learnt to swim but lack confidence in the pool.
Hough End Leisure Centre is located on Princess Road (M20 1HD), the change facilities are individual cubicles in unisex changing rooms. Swimmers meet in the atrium of the pool ready to be poolside by 8pm. Please dress accordingly for the pool and your comfort!
The classes cost £4.50 per session and operate on a Pay-As-You-Go basis, with your first session absolutely free!!
A concessionary fare is available for those earning the National Living Wage or less (https://www.livingwage.gov.uk/) just mention concession to our lovely door helpers!
More information is available on our website (www.northernwave.org) and on our Facebook group - just search for Northern Wave.
See you in the pool.
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