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Posted by Llandudno Swimming Club at Jun 26, 2019 4:31AM PDT

14th July 2019 – Len Thomas Sprint Meet 2019

14th & 15th September Swim Conwy Closed invitational meet

22nd September 2019 – SWN Relay Gala

(All meets have been uploaded to swimmers ‘Active’ accounts)

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Upcoming meet information

Posted by Llandudno Swimming Club at Mar 19, 2019 12:27PM PDT

Sunday 7th April – Bangor Diddy Gala

Sunday 28th April 2019 – Denbighshire Development Team Chris Clements Memorial Meet 2019 – Fully Booked

Saturday 18th May 2019 – SWN Junior Development Meet 2019

The Denbighshire Development Team Chris Clements Memorial Meet 2019 – Sunday 28th April 2019 meet information pack is now available to download.

The document DDT_open_meet_2019_Final_Version.pdf was attached to this post.

Children in Need 2018

Posted by Llandudno Swimming Club at Nov 16, 2018 2:11PM PST

UPDATE: We have now raised a fantastic £366.

Earlier tonight the club held a one off special fund raiser for Children in Need. A relay race competition between the Coaches and the Committee . The coaches won the night but the real winner was Children in Need we raised a fantastic £316.00. You can view the photos and video available under the media menu.


Posted by Llandudno Swimming Club at Oct 11, 2018 2:59PM PDT

Welcome to Llandudno Swimming Club

Llandudno Swimming Club is a Competitive Swimming Club, catering for swimmers of all abilities from learn to swim through to performance level (ages 8 – 18). We have three club night sessions on Mondays; Wednesdays and Fridays, operating between 6.30 – 8.30pm.

The Conwy “Performance Centre”, caters for swimmers aspiring to compete at the highest level. We encourage swimmers who have these aspirations to develop through the club, and at the appropriate time to train at the Performance Centre, whilst retaining their membership of Llandudno Swimming Club.

We aim to promote the sport of competitive swimming, and create a positive environment, in order that our swimmers can achieve their goals and realise their full potential."