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The Scottish Government announcement about the reopening of swimming pools from 31st August is great news for the club, but you’re probably wondering what happens next? A number of things have to happen before we can get back in the water. Sport Scotland and Scottish Swimming must get the Covid safety procedures approved by the Scottish Government.  We will also have to agree on safety measures and pool time with KA Leisure.  We’re going to be having discussions with KA Leisure...

An amazing nine North Ayrshire swimmers are celebrating selection for Scottish Swimming’s national talent programmes. 2020 is a record year for the club, despite being forced out of the water since...

The sun was shining on our swimmers as they returned to face-to-face group training for the first time in five months at Irvine Beach Park. It was a relief for members of the National, Youth and...

We start the new season as we finished the last one – stuck on dry land and surrounded by uncertainty thanks to Covid-19. The whole club shares the disappointment of the swimming community across...

By Our Secret Swimmum Us Scots are notorious for our poor diet.  We eat too much sugar and fat and not enough fruit, vegetables and fibre.  It is a well-recognised phenomenon in public...

I am Tom Paterson, I am a swim teacher and a member of North Ayrshire's Masters squad. Most of you may know me and for what I’ve been through recovering from a serious accient with head injuries...

More than 10 weeks after our last training sessions in the water Scotland is at last starting to take its first tentative steps out of Coronavirus lockdown. It’s understandable for us swimmers to...