Welcome to the guide to Bridge of Don Amateur Swimming Club.

General information regarding the club can be found through the links below or under the Squad Section. This information includes:

  • the rules which govern how our club is run.

  • what standards of behaviour are expected from swimmers, parents and guardians, teachers, coaches, committee members and other volunteers.

  • what kit should be brought to sessions.

  • how our squads are structured.

  • the different types of competitions our swimmers enter.

  • when and where training sessions take place.

  • the volunteer roles which are imperative for the running of the club.

We welcome your suggestions for changes and improvements to this guide.


Join Us

New swimmers are welcome, both in our junior squads and in our Masters section.

If interested please contact [email protected] 

Two week free trials are available.


Our Club Rules and Policies


Information that swimmers and parents may find useful whilst being involved in Bridge of Don Amateur Swimming Club. 

View the Club Handbook


View the AGM Minutes

Constitution & Bylaws

The Constitution & Bylaws outlines how the Bridge of Don Amateur Swimming Club is managed.


Rules and Regulations

Outlines behaviours expected of swimmers, parents and guardians whilst being involved in Bridge of Don Amateur Swimming Club.

Bridge of Don Amateur Swimming Club is defined by it’s people. From the swimmers to the coaches, officials and volunteers; all of them need to be able to work together.

View Codes of Conduct

Rules and Regulations Document

Volunteer Roles

Bridge of Don Amateur Swimming Club would not function without volunteers., it is essential for the running of and wellbeing of the club.  Volunteer positions include becoming a meet official, joining the committee or helping your home club at their home competitions.

View Volunteer Code of Conduct

View Volunteer Roles

Club Committee

The committee is dependant on volunteers to run it and each member is elected at the Annual General Meeting which is held in March.  The committee is responsible for the general running and administration of the club.

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend the AGM.

If you would like to get involved or find out more about the club please contact any member of the committee.

View Current Committee

Club Child Protection

The welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility, particularly when it comes to protecting children from abuse.  Everyone in swimming – administrator, Club official, coach, parent, friend, children themselves, everyone – can help.

View Club Child Protection Policy

Child Protection Officer

This page provides a detailed overview of the role of the Child Protection Officer.

View Club Child Protection Officer.

Coach Qualifications

Coaches are all qualified to U.K Amateur Swimming Association & UKCC standards.  The minimum qualification required to supervise a session is Level 1 Assistant Coach. 

Any parent can embark on training courses to become a Level 1 Assistant Coach and then a Coach.  Bridge of Don Amateur Swimming Club will pay all fees associated with such courses. 

All that we ask is that you remain coaching with the club for at least one year from the date you pass the exam.

Club Fees

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