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Jonathan Sharples

Hi all, I have an update to bring you regarding the removal of most of our remaining Covid restrictions as well as some changes to our current training schedule as a result of us moving beyond Level 0. Some changes will not come into effect until later this month as Enjoy Leisure need to amend their staffing rotas. The following changes will take effect immediately: Coaches will continue to wear face coverings however, coaches can remove their face covering when they are not in close contact with swimmers, parents or...

Jonathan Sharples

We were in the Daily Mail today (21st July). The article below was featured and it was written by Mark Woods. As an aquatic addict, Jonathan Sharples will be soaking up every second of the Tokyo Olympics and rooting for the UK’s swimming stars to make the ultimate splash. But he’ll hope too that, in the weeks and months ahead, his phone will constantly ring and doors will be knocked repeatedly at Musselburgh Marlins Swimming Club with kids inspired to become the next Duncan Scott or Kathleen Dawson. Legacies aren’t...

Jonathan Sharples

Please find attached a letter from the MASC COVID Team (Danny, Jonathan and Gill). It is important you read the communication fully. Please click here for the letter Any questions please email [email protected]

Jonathan Sharples

We are in this week's East Lothian Courier A funding boost of £500 by housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has made a big splash with local swimmers. Debbie Lawson, Vice President and fundraiser for Musselburgh Amateur Swimming Club, said: "We are extremely grateful for the support we have received from Taylor Wimpey and we can't thank them enough for their generous donation. "Our club is experiencing an increase in general running costs as a direct impact of the pandemic as well as enhanced cleaning costs. "We felt that it was hugely unfair...