Returning to Pool Guidance


View the Covid-19 Toolkit with updated guidance and links to resources, including webinar recordings and guidance on group numbers, which will help ensure all our disciplines, clubs, members and workforce can return to action, subject to evidence.

Swim England has updated its coronavirus frequently asked questions after the Government unveiled its new three-tier system. They cover what the restrictions mean for facilities, how it affects team sports and learn to swim lessons plus how the highest level will impact club.

There is also updated Return to Team Sport guidance including both Water Polo and Artistic Swimming. Make sure you stay up to date!

The Sport and Recreation Alliance has also updated its website to include the latest government guidance in relation to regional changes in COVID-19 restrictions and will provide further information on what this new system means for the sport and recreation sector once it is made available.

Information on local COVID alert levels, including what they mean, why they are being introduced and what the different levels are. https://t.co/dYTTIsvg7X

— Somerset ASA (@SomersetASA) October 13, 2020

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Swim England Teaching and Education Conference 2020

The Swim England Teaching and Education Conference

The Conference will be held for the first time online on Monday 30 November 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic and is aimed at swim schools, operators, teachers and educators and those involved in the delivery of school swimming and water safety. Tickets are on sale now.

Somerset ASA County Championships 2020 Recap

View summaries from Day 1Day 2; Day 3; Day 4; Day 5Day 6 and Day 7.


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