Family Fun and Lifeguard Challenge Week
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Try something new, fun and interesting for Drowning Prevention Week! Find out more about the activities on offer.

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Children aged 8 to 18 are invited to these fun and free Rookie Lifeguard and Survive & Save Sessions.

Have a go at performing lifeguard skills including rescues, specialist swimming strokes, and CPR (resuscitation).

You’ll have loads of fun and find out how to stay safe around the water this summer.

Save a Baby's LifeLearning CPR (resuscitation) and how to use an AED (defibrillator) is a lot easier than you think.

Come along to one or more of these friendly, informal, and practical workshops and gain the peace of mind that comes from knowing what to do in an emergency.

Save a Child's Life

Save a LifeLearning CPR (resuscitation) and how to use an AED (defibrillator) is a lot easier than you think.

Come along to one or more of these friendly, informal, and practical workshops and gain the peace of mind that comes from knowing what to do in an emergency.

Be the best and win a prize!

How fast can you complete 4 lengths towing our water-filled lifeguard training manikin?

Ages 12-15: Half-filled manikin
Ages 16+: Filled manikin

Have a splash and raise some cash.

Enjoy a free swimming session for all the family.

Why not set yourself a swimming challenge and raise funds for RLSS UK!

Keep your family safe this summer!

Can you spot a Rip Current, and do you know how to escape one?

Do you know how safe your holiday swimming pool is for your family?

Find out everything you’ve always wanted to know about how to keep your family safe on holiday this summer in a friendly 1hr talk including basic CPR (resuscitation), followed by an optional safety and rescue session in the pool.

Do you want to try open water swimming but don’t know where to start?

Come along to this 1hr information session followed by an optional session in the pool practicing some essential open water swimming skills.

Find your nearest participating leisure centre on the map.