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ALL are required to swim one length each of Front Crawl, Backstroke and Breaststroke. (7 year olds may join if they are 8 in the current year)
You can pay by Direct Debit / Standing Order, Online Banking.
We train at East Riding Leisure Bridlington, Promenade, Bridlington. Our Development Group train two hours a week. Once Swimmers meet the satisfactory level of ability, commitment and fitness they will move to our Coaching Group. Training up to 8 hours per week. Monday to Friday excluding Thursday.
The club competes in several local Galas a year, we also encourage our swimmers to enter open meets, swimmers will often attend these as a squad with one of our coaches.
Bridlington Swimming Club is a Swim England Affiliated club, we are also a SwimMark accredited club, we are also members of the Scarborough & District Swimming Association and the Hull & District Swimming Association

Open Meets are swimming galas or competitions which can be entered by members of any swimming club (or even individual Swim England registered members). Most Open Meets will have a time qualification regulating which swimmers can enter. The idea behind this is to give opportunities to all levels of swimmers to compete against swimmers of a similar ability at that time. In addition Open Meets usually contain age bands within which the swimmers can compete for medals – usually the higher the level of gala the fewer age bands and number of medals on offer. Bridlington Swimming Club usually holds three Open Meets each year, and we would love to welcome you and/or your swimmer(s) to any one or more of them.

These are events that are held in a 25m pool
Swim Mark is Swim England's Club Development model - a planning tool, based on the principles of Long Term Athlete Development, enabling clubs to help athletes, teachers, coaches and administrators to achieve their full potential. It focuses particularly on the needs of athletes - striving to provide them with the best possible support and environment. Swim Mark Accreditation is a 'Quality mark'. It recognises nationally and regionally the clubs that are committed to providing safe, effective and quality services for the benefit of their members. Clubs work steadily towards the attainment of a series of outcomes all of which are seen as essential if the right level of support is to be provided at each stage of an athlete's development.


Short Courses Distances 25 metres = 1 length 50 metres = 2 lengths 100 metres = 4 lengths 200 metres = 8 lengths 400 metres = 10 lengths 800 metres = 32 lengths 1500 metres = 60 lengths

Long Course Distances 50 metres = 1 length 100 metres = 2 lengths 200 metres = 4 lengths 400 metres = 8 lengths 800 metres = 16 lengths 1500 metres = 30 lengths