Welcome to the club.

Herne Bay Lifeguard and Swimming Club is a successful, competitive club that promotes community participation in the sport of swimming.  The club is divided into three Junior sections for children 5+.

Focus on competitive swimming

We welcome all ages and abilities

It is run entirely by volunteers


Children wishing to join are asked to register for a trial where their abilities and potential are assessed.  If selected, they are invited to join the Junior Herons Squad or Senior Herons Squad. Those wishing to join the competitive Senior Herons Squad should have a proven track record.


See Interested in joining? for details of where & when we swim. If you are thinking of joining, or would like more information

Have a look at the new members page

It has everything you need to know

Apply for a swimming trial

Please fill in the "Request a trial" form from the dropdown list under "Club" - we will respond ASAP


Useful Links

SwimMark

We are proud to be a SwimMark Essential accredited club - This is awarded to clubs demonstrating good governance, membership growth, volunteer development and ensures our activity is sustainable and in line with our club objectives. It is accredited every two years.

Swim England is the national governing body for swimming in England. It is a membership organisation dedicated to supporting our clubs and members to develop and succeed. We maintain the laws of the sport and run world-class national events that are open to all.

Easy Fund Raising

Help raise funds for additional equipment & specialised training for your swimmer by using www.easyfundraising.org.uk

Simply Swim HB Banner

Simply Swim is a local partner who provides a discount to all Herne Bay Swim Club members on production of the discount code - for all your swimming needs.

National Arena League
Kent Amateur Swimming Association
 

See your swimming results for the last 12 months at swimmingresults.org

We are proud to be part of the East Invicta ASA - eastinvicta.co.uk

Want to convert your times from Short to Long, or Long to Short? Go here at Pullbuoy

 

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