Making the team

Here are the clubs that use our centre.

Belper Marlins 

The club was formed in 1977, but our origins go back long before then (see the History page). Our main squad sessions take place at the Belper Leisure Centre in Belper, whilst our Learn to swim programmes take place in Heanor and Alfreton. We provide competitive swimming for children of all ages and also have a Masters section for the adults.

Contact: Marie Dymond

Phone: 07989 263504

Email: Dymondm104@gmail.com

WebsiteVisit our website

Alfreton Swimming Club

Alfreton Swimming Club was established in 1966 so we have been teaching young people to swim for more than 45 years.

Contact: Irene

Phone: 01773 830025

Website: Visit our website

RASCALS – Ripley Amateur Swimming Club And Life Savers

With a Learn-To-Swim section as well, we offer training for aspiring and experienced athletes in both disciplines, from Local and County level through to Midland, National and International, with some who started with us reaching the Olympic Team, currently Molly Renshaw and Jacob Whittle.

This covers all aspects from stroke to turns and experience competing in Open Meets, Galas and Championships for both swimming and lifesaving sections, all following the guidance of the respective Governing Bodies: Swim England; RLSS & Surf GB.

All of this with fun, friends and family in mind, as they can help too!

If you would like more information, please use the contacts or links below.

Contact: Tom Parr

Phone: 07831 190518

Email: chair@ripleyrascals.org.uk

Website: www.ripleyrascals.org.uk


Kimberley Swimming Club

Kimberley Swimming Club is a swimming club that develops young swimmers for competitive swimming. Our aim is to produce swimmers who represent Kimberley at inter-club galas, in the Nottinghamshire leagues, County Galas and in the Midland District Competitions.

Contact: Sharon Knowles

Phone: 07739 519180

Email: Sharon.knowles@eon.com

WebsiteVisit our website.

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