Scott Barber

County Championships 2024! ❤️ What an amazing few weekends of racing - we finished 3rd in the medal table, a result we are very proud of!! A huge well done to each and every Swimmer that represented KASC. Thank you to the Coaches, Team Managers, Volunteers and all the parents for the coaching, support, and cheering!!

Jacqueline Farrow

After Grace’s amazing medal tally from East Midlands Regional Championship: 50m bk Silver, 100m fc Bronze, 50m brst Bronze, 100m brst Bronze and 200m brst Bronze, she has also qualified for English Nationals in 100m fc Her work ethic and determination has been inspirational for coaches and her training squad and the whole club. No one deserves this more. Well done Grace

Mike Annable

The planned closure of the facilities at Kettering Leisure Village has shocked the community and everyone is looking to North Northamptonshire Council to step in and save this valuable community asset. KLV houses the Lighthouse Theatre, Arena Leisure, Kettering Conference Centre and Balance Health Club. Kids Play, also at KLV, closed in June 2021. On the back of recent news in relation to Cornerstone (formerly GLaM, Kettering's Gallery, Library and Museum project) things do not look good for Kettering in relation to leisure activities. The Lighthouse Theatre was the local...

Mike Annable

The Club is saddened to announce the death of our President, Don Ward, on 4th March 2023. Don was 95 years old, having been a member of Kettering ASC since 1946 and held multiple roles within the Club, including Treasurer, Chair and President. He was still officiating at Club and County Champs up until a few short years ago. He was County President 3 times, and won the County Mile three years in succession. Our thoughts are with Don's family Read the Northants Telegraph article

Mike Annable

On 13th August 1915, His Majesty's Transport ship Royal Edward was torpedoed whilst en route to the Dardenelles. A Kettering man, Charles William Ward of the Royal Army Medical Corps was onboard when the torpedo struck and he was sucked underwater. He was rescued by another man from Kettering - in fact there were ten Kettering men onboard HMT Royal Edward who had all joined up together: John Howard, Ernest Toseland, William Harry Bates, James Summerfield, Herbert Wills, Charles William Ward, R.W. Waller, Zachariah Bailey and T. Dyson. Only Ward,...