The aim is for swimmers
to be happy, and for most of them the club is a highly social
place. Equally the Club expects them to train properly and to
respect their coaches.
Swimming does demand, and
helps develop, a degree of self-discipline that is useful in all
aspects of life. In addition, all experts agree that it is the very
best form of exercise available!
Joining Our Club
Wycombe District Swimming
Club holds regular membership trials, usually every month. The
trials are used as a way to assess the current level of the swimmer
and their potential for the future.
are normally held on the 1st Tuesday of every month at Wycombe
Leisure Centre. You must contact the club to pre-book a place on a
trial, trialists arriving on the day will not be accepted.
If you are interested in applying to attend a trial session, please
contact our membership team: email@example.com or
call our Clubline on 01494 410 075.
Once you have been accepted to join a trial, you will be informed
of the date and time of your trial and you will be invited to join
one of our monthly trial sessions. Please be aware that demand for
trials is high and you may not be invited to the next scheduled
trial, you may be given a date in the future, if the next scheduled
trial is over-subscribed.
How does the Club Work and
WDSC is a members club.
That means it is a club run by the members for the members. It's a
great opportunity to get involved. A
Committee elected by the members is responsible for the Management,
operation and financial control of the Club. The club holds and AGM
each year when it reports to the membership and elects the
committee. Volunteers are active across all aspects of the club,
from Coaching to administration.
When joining the club, please consider
how you can get involved. It is only with our member's engagement
and participation in the running of the club, that we are able to
continue to operate.