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Our volunteer run club is supported by a fantastic Head Coach and Team of Volunteers who deliver quality swimming training programs designed to meet the needs of every swimmer in a competitive and non-competitive environment. We hope you find everything you need on our website but should you have any questions about our services please Contact Us. Alternatively if you think there's anything we can do to make this website better please use the contact facility.

Last news from 2017

Brighouse Swimming Club celebrated their Christmas Party and Presentation Evening on Saturday night held at Rastrick Bowling Club.

The room was full to capacity with members of Brighouse Swimming looking forward to celebration an extremely successful year.

President Michael Lamb started proceedings with a few thank you’s and gifts to the volunteers who work non-stop behind the scenes to ensure the smooth running of the club. Kay Suddick was presented a huge bouquet of flowers for her hard work and dedication as were Brian Smart and Siobhan Kaye for their continuous work with external competitions.

Swimmers from the under 9 age group through to the Open competitors were awarded with their plaques, trophies and cups for achieving Gold position in their internal events throughout 2017.

Following these awards it was on to the Coaches awards for Outstanding Achievement 2017; Harley Spears, Tailla Green-Moore, Kiera Marsden, James Thirkell, Dylan Newburn, Evie Lambert, Cydney Iredale, Holly Rodham were all selected by their coaches for Outstanding Achievement in their sessions.

The Junior School Champions were Rastrick Indpendent and Lightcliffe C of E, both collecting awards for Gold positions in the Schools Relays Events.

Top Tadpole 2017 was awarded to Poppy Sales. Most Improved Junior is Jake Norris and Most Improved Intermediate was won by Izabel Young.

Throughout 2017 the coaches had to decide who had most improved; Most Improved Girl Overall was awarded to Alicia Howells and Most Improved Boy was Spencer Snowden.

Poppy Layden-Fritz won the Best Away Performer in external competitions.

The final award of the evening was The Brighouse Swimming Club Ambassador Award. This award is based on the swimmers attitude, behaviour and contribution. A very well deserved, Ben Bottomley received this award for demonstrating that he is a fantastic role model to the younger swimmers, showing a mature attitude and building on his commitment to swimming during 2017.

Following the awards, the swimming family enjoyed a great buffet and dancing and games, led by Brian and the DJ.

As 2017 comes to a close, a successful year has been had at BSC. A short break will commence from Friday 15th December but we are back to training on Thursday 4th January 2018.


Brighouse Swimming Club are looking for Swimming Teachers

to join their team of volunteers based at

Brighouse Swimming Pool.

Can you spare an hour a week?


As a minimum, we are looking for individuals with Teaching Aquatics Level 1 qualification.

If you are interested and require further details, please email: enquiries@brighouseswimmingclub.co.uk


Good News..... we have re-opened the waiting list for new swimmers.

Anyone interested please use the contact us form or pick up a form at the pool.

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