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Anne Black

Some of our swimmers in the senior squad finally got a taste of competitive swimming again after almost 18 months of suspension due to the pandemic. The Festival of Swimming took place in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow simultaneously and swimmers aged 13 or above could participate. Our swimmers enjoyed their weekend in the pool at the Commonwealth Pool in Edinburgh. Read more here: https://www.fifetoday.co.uk/sport/other-sport/cupar-swimmers-hit-the-pool-in-style-3326454

Anne Black

Our normal swim training schedule resumes today! If you need a refresher as to when that is, all training times can be found under the squads tab here.

Anne Black

This month we'll be collecting tinned Carrots for the foodbank! Please bring your donation to training and pass it on to your CLO. Thank you for your continued support!

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Monday 5.15-7.15pm - Sharks, for 2 hours, and Dolphins (who will be in 2 groups for 1 hour) Tuesday 6.45-8.45pm - Gold, Training, Wednesday, and Development Thursday 6.15-7.15pm - Minnows, Piranhas and Dolphins Thursday 7.15-9.15pm - Gold, Development and Sharks Saturday 8-10am - Normal times for Tadpoles, Minnows and Piranhas

Anne Black

It’s pudding time! This month the Foodbank is in need of microwaveable sponge puddings. It is important that they can be microwaved as many families don’t have access to a hob or cannot afford the fuel to run one. If you are able to donate, could you please bring your sponge pudding to training between Monday 21 and Sunday 27 June and pass it onto your CLO. Thank you!

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FINAL REMINDER! Please remember the DEADLINE for completing the renewal for all returning swimmers and adult helpers is tomorrow, Monday 15 March at the latest. This must be completed for all swimmers wishing to remain members of CDSC and adult helpers which includes all coaches. Sign in and click this link to begin your membership renewal process: https://uk.teamunify.com/team/cdasc/page/legacy?url=%2FMemRegStart.jsp%3Fteam%3Dcdasc%26reg_id%3D34785

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After the tremendous generosity showed during December 2020, when so many selection boxes were donated to the Cupar Foodbank, the Committee decided that it would be good if the Club supported the Cupar Foodbank throughout 2021. The idea was that each month we would ask the Foodbank to highlight a few items it was short of, and swimmers if able to donate, would be asked to bring them along to training sessions. With the current lockdown, we can’t do a collection in January. In order to still support the Foodbank,...

Anne Black

You will have heard that from 26 December 2020, mainland Scotland will enter Tier 4. The timeframe is dependent on Covid-19 numbers. As such, the earliest Club training date when we will resume is dependent on Scottish Government, Scottish Swimming and FSLT decisions. As soon as we know what dates we are working towards, we will inform you. In the meantime, please stay safe and we hope you find time to relax, do some exercise and stay in touch virtually on the Club’s Facebook page - post photos of what...

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Since the re-opening of our swimming pools, COVID protocols meant only lane swimming was possible. Now, following thorough risk assessments, Fife Sports and Leisure Trust (FSLT) are making available pool time for swimmers such as families, disabled and older adults during non-lane swimming sessions. These sessions will be launched from 5th December (if regional Covid levels so allow). Read more here: https://www.fifeleisure.org.uk/news/charitable-trust-launches-family-and-inclusive-swimming-sessions/

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