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Weymouth Swimming Club. A club for everyone

Weymouth Swimming Club was established in 1825 and has a 187 year long tradition of swimming teaching, originating in open water work in the Weymouth Bay. It is a friendly club with in some 380 members affiliated to the Dorset County Amateur Swimming Association (DCASA), South West ASA [South West Amateur Swimming Association] (SWASA), the Royal Lifesaving Society (RLSS), the Modern Pentathlon Association of Great Britain (MPAGB) and the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA).

The club caters for beginners, improvers and competitive swimmers to County, District and National qualifying levels. A range of swimming related activities are undertaken including teaching, lifesaving, open water, synchronised swimming with an active masters section.

The club is based at the Weymouth & Portland Borough Swimming pool at Knightsdale Road in Weymouth with the main club sessions are on a Monday and a Friday between 6.30 pm and 9.30 pm. Training is available four nights a week with galas held, usually, on Saturdays both home and away. The club participates in the Dorset Novice League, Arena League & Southern Junior League.

Learning to swim is a vital skill that could save your child's life. Living by the sea, makes it a priority to ensure that your child can swim competently. If you are looking for a safe and friendly environment for your child to learn, Weymouth Swimming Club can provide you with all you need. Please contact us and enroll today, Or sign up through the Online Registration Tab on this home page.