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Essential updates for your pool: £20 million to boost sports facilities

ASA and British Swimming
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Apr 11 at 6:09 PM
In The Fastlane

Essential updates for your pool

April 2014

£20 million to boost sports facilities

£20 million to boost sports facilities

Community sports facilities are set to receive a welcome boost with £20 million of National Lottery funding.
Investment is available for sports clubs, local authorities, schools and parish councils to help fix facilities that can be unattractive, expensive to run and difficult to maintain, and to convert existing buildings into venues that are suitable for grassroots sport.
Sport England's Inspired Facilities fund has already helped over 1,300 projects to improve and refurbish sports clubs or transform non-sporting venues into modern grassroots sport facilities. So whether you are a swim school, club, local authority, school or parish council you could have help to improve your facilities.
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Win a masterclass with Keri-anne

Win a masterclass with Keri-anne

We're giving swimming clubs and schools the chance to win an exclusive training session with Olympic silver medallist Keri-anne Payne.
Swimmers from one lucky club or swim school will get to spend a day developing their skills with Keri-anne and learning some of her world-beating tips! The ASA is also throwing in a professional photo shoot to capture those inspiring moments with Keri-anne.
You'll also be in with the chance of winning £250 worth of Speedo swimwear and equipment.
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Rookie Lifeguard Award

Rookie Lifeguard Award

The Rookie Lifeguard Award developed by the Royal Lifesaving Society and the ASA can give budding lifeguards a headstart.
As well as offering parents the comfort of knowing their children are aware the dangers of swimming in open water, you can also ensure children have a solid safety education, and learn rescue and resuscitation techniques.
To deliver Rookie Lifesaving, Level 2 teachers must have the RLSS Rookie Instructor Qualification.
Click here to find out more about the course and here to find a course near your pool.

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