Pool Temperature

Message for all masters swimmers. Please note pool temperature is chilly and will be even cooler in the morning.

Currently 27°…

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Help…Raffle Prizes Needed

As you know we are hosting the NASL Gala at Southampton on Saturday 9th December, we are desperately in need of some raffle prizes as we are required by the league to run a raffle on the evening. Please could you be very kind and donate a suitable prize and drop it off at the swim desk on Friday.

Thank you.

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Help raise funds for the club and have a chance to win a fantastic prize – only 19 numbers left.

It is simple just pay £5 and choose your lucky number. You can have more than one go!

Prizes include:

Cheese and Wine Tasting Card – courtesy of Hennings Wine Merchants

£100 Gift Voucher courtesy of Pressleys Jewellers

2 x Shoulder Neck and Back Massage Treatments courtesy of Pure Therapies

Silver Bracelet with Heart Charm and two clips – Value £150 – courtesy of Pandora

Meal for Two – courtesy of No.1 Northgate

Italian Silver Necklace with Rose Gold Printing – Value £150 Courtesy of Pressleys Jewellers


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HWSC Peter Bull Open Meet

Timings for this weekend’s open meet are as follows:

Sat 2nd December Session 1 Events 1 – 7 Warm-up 8 am Start 9.10am
Session 2 Events 8 to 14 Warm-Up 1pm Start 2.05pm
 Sunday 3rd December Session 3  15 to 21  Warm-up 8.30am Start 9.40am
 Session 4  22 to 28  Warm-up 1pm Start 2.05pm


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Rother League 2017 – Round 3 Results

Chichester Cormorants competed in the final round of this year’s Rother League at Hart Leisure Centre (Fleet)::

Gala results was as follows:

Pos Team Pts
1 Haslemere 223
2 Worthing 203
3 Godalming 191
4 Redhill & Reigate 172
5 Wey Valley 136
6 Chichester 100

Click here to view full gala results.  Individual performance report to follow.

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Swimmers Welfare PSCO VISIT 24th November 2017

Over the last few months there have been a number of incidents in the changing rooms.  We want all the members of our club to feel safe and to enjoy their swimming.  As a result we have arranged for PCSO Matt Isles from the Sussex Police crime prevention team to come and speak to our members next Friday the 24th of November at 7.45.  The intention is that Matt can give the children advice and enable them to take control of their own safety as far as they can by immediately reporting anything that they are uncomfortable with.  He will also be making our club members with camera phones aware of the serious trouble that they could cause themselves by using their own phones in the changing area.  Usually the members in Dev 1 would leave at 7.45 but it would be helpful if they could wait and listen to PCSO Matt if possible.  We don’t wish to cause alarm but merely to inform.
As a club we are aware of the potential problems associated with children arriving, changing and moving to the poolside area.  The changing rooms are open to the public and due to their design it is not obvious to see how we can improve the environment for our members.
The following are guidelines which should help to safeguard all members of the club.
The coaches assume responsibility for children once they arrive at the poolside.  As previously stated the changing rooms are open to the public and cannot be policed by the club or Westgate centre staff.  As such children remain the responsibility of their parents until they are poolside.

We would suggest that, if appropriate, parents wait in the Westgate centre cafe area until they see their child arrive on the poolside.

All primary school aged children should have a responsible adult at the Westgate centre for the duration of their session.  This can be rotated between a group of parents as long as the child knows who is there that is responsible for them should any problems arise.  There simply aren’t enough coaches to spare two of them to chaperone a child to the toilet for example.

Following these guidelines, together with the information that Matt will share, should help to safeguard the children in the club.
All the welfare policies are on Swim Club Manager and can be found by clicking Club, Documents then Safeguarding and Child Welfare.
If anyone has any other suggestions or queries please feel free to contact the welfare officer Lisa (welfare.ccsc@gmail.com)
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Photos from tonight…

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Children in need….

Fantastic evening of fun and fundraising..and some training… pyjama relays between Blue and Gold teams and great cake sales .We raised £165.50 tonight. Great Effort from everyone.

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NASLS 2017 – Round 2 Report

Click here to view individual performance report from Saturday’s NASLS gala at Fleet.

29 New PBs & 31 CQTs

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Swim England Inter-County Masters

Following excellent early season form, Cormorants’ masters Jane West, George Laney and Darren Sims were selected into the prestigious Sussex County team for today’s National Inter-County competition. 

Follow the results live here:


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