The Rotary Club of Bury St Edmunds Swimarathon 2018

The Rotary Club of Bury St Edmunds Swimarathon 2018

18 Mar 2018 15:00 - 18 Mar 2018 18:00
Address
Abbeycroft Leisure Centre, Bury Saint Edmunds, IP33 3YE
Contact

Email: rdavie593@btinternet.com

Name: Robert Davie

Phone: 07576880822

Come and join us for our community swimarathon to raise funds for EACH and other charities.

Teams 4 - 6 people with an adult responsible as team captain/organiser.
Teams to complete as many lengths as possible in 45 minutes, with only one person in the water at any one time. Competent swimmers of all ages welcome.

Each swimmer receives certificate & medal, Rotary canvas bag & pen. Supporters are welcome to attend. 

Swimmers are to raise sponsorship money, a recommendation is that the sponsorship is raised through per length swum by team.

This swimarathon is organised by The Rotary Club of Bury St Edmunds.   
For more information on this event please contact Rotarian Robert Davie - email rdavie593@btinternet.com or Tel: 07576 880822

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