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Northern Wave classes

Northern Wave classes

Want to get fitter, or brush up on rusty strokes learned years ago?? Northern Wave LGBT Swimning Club are offering improver coaching sessions throughout September and October! Our aim is to provide unconfident swimmers with the opportunity to improve confidence in a safe and welcoming environment.

Sessions will take place at our regular Wednesday session at Hough End Leisure Centre 8pm-9pm. Sessions are £4.50 and the 1st session is free for new members. It’s pay as you go so there's no need to commit to a full course - just come along and see if you like it! We have space for 12 swimmers which will operate on a 1st come 1st serve basis. Although the Wednesday session is usually reserved for our women members, the improver coaching lessons will be open to all genders. For more information contact info@northernwave.org, follow us on Twitter @northern_wave, visit our website www.northernwave.org or Facebook Event page

Northern Wave is more than just a swimming group; we have regular social events ranging from walks in the countryside to film nights to trips on the East Lancs railway. Our members are a friendly bunch and most don't consider themselves serious swimmers - just people of all abilities who want to socialise and get a bit fitter. All sessions are followed by a well-earned drink at the Nip and Tipple.

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Published: 7-Sep-2017

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