Barracuda Swimming  Club

For people with disabilities

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The Executive

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The Pool

 

 

 

 

 

 

The pool has accessible steps and a chair hoist to allow safe entry and exit into the shallow end of the water

 

Main pool for general use

Small pool for those who require shallow water

Lane swimming for those who are able swimmers

We divide the pool into 3 sections to accomodate the varying needs and abilities of our swimmers:

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Barracuda Swimming Club was established in 1968.

 

We have swimmers with a range of conditions including arthritis, autism, cerebral palsy, Down's syndrome, epilepsy, global learning difficulties, hyper mobility, multiple sclerosis and muscular dystophy.

 

On average we have 20-25 swimmers a week, a number of whom swim independently and 15-20 volunteers.

 

We also have instructors on poolside and a Furzefield Centre lifeguard.

 

Relatives and carers who choose not to get into the water are welcome to watch from poolside or up in the gallery.