Competitive swimming club looks to expand coaching team

Photo of a large group of children beside a swimming pool.
Members of Bristol North Swimming Club on a training camp in Crete (October 2022).

It’s been a fantastic start to the competitive year for us here at Bristol North Swimming Club, writes club chair Steph McNally.

We kicked off with a very successful training camp in Crete during October half-term, during which 26 swimmers aged 10-16 attended – our first overseas camp for nearly 15 years. It didn’t take long for the results of their hard work during camp to pay off as we doubled our number of Gloucester County Qualifiers from 2022.

We’re looking forward to seeing more results from our developing team going into the Cotswold League coming up in the spring.

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To support our fast growing competitive club, we’re expanding our coaching team and are looking to recruit a new Level 2 Swim Coach to help us reach our goals as a club.

We’re a social, inclusive, family friendly club with a thriving Masters section. We develop swimmers to reach their full potential from Learn to Swim right up to County and Regional level. We train across three pools in North Bristol (Filton, Winterbourne and Horfield) and have decades of experience within our existing coaching team to support and develop coaching skills. We also fund further qualification and professional development in exchange for small commitment of time with us.


We’re looking for someone who shares our vision and values of building a stronger Bristol North and can use their knowledge and energy to inspire our swimmers.

For more details on the role including rewards package contact Steph via

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