In light of the latest announcement regarding COVID-19, we wanted to keep you informed of the measures we will be taking due to the risk to children, parents, and staff who attend our club.

In line with the Government's most recent announcement, we have no plans to close the club at this time.  We will continue to actively monitor the situation through the ASA, Knowsley Council, Volair and PHE organisations and will continue to run swimming sessions until we are advised that we cannot.

Following the latest Government advice, if any students, parents or staff who display either of the following symptoms, do not attend the club and need to follow the Government guidelines.



Should the situation change, we would post a notification on the website, and through the facebook.

Interested in becoming a swimming teacher and helping our club?

As the club continues to grow with more sessions being provided over the last year, we need to grow our teaching group.  We are requesting if any parents/guardians are interested in helping on poolside, please make yourself known to one of our teachers or the desk.  We will train you and ensure you go through all the checks and assurances to qualify you to teach/coach.  You can help with just one session or more, it is up to you.  We just need a reasonable amount of consistency to enable us to plan our session delivery.  The quality of th progression of our swimmers relies on the quality of our teachers, therefore you can directly help our club progress if you volunteer.

Thank you, Paul Armstrong (Club Chair and Chief Coach).

Outstanding performance in the Lancashire County Age Groups!

The club competed in the Lancashire County Age Groups across three consecutive weekends
in January and February. This year the club had eleven swimmers who achieved the
qualifying times and entered the competition. Just achieving a qualifying time is an
excellent achievement which requires a lot of training and dedication so really well done to all
the swimmers who represented the club.
Overall the club finished joint 5th in the Championship points table beating all of the local
clubs with the exception of City of Liverpool Swimming Club and finished 16th in the Age
Group Competition, also a fantastic achievement.
Of the eleven swimmers representing the club, four achieved podium finishes, winning a
mix of gold, silver, and bronze medals. The swimmers winning medals were
Thomas Simon
T'Neesha  BenĂ©t Smith
Tyriese Smith
Evagelos (Van) Xynarianos

The other swimmers who represented the club were:
Jess Cooney
Berdan Ordek
Naimh Porter
Elise Bruns
Elizabeth Cooney
Tyler Delaney
John Paul Bruder
A really well done to all of the swimmers who were as ever a credit to themselves,
their families and Bridgefield Swimming Club
Full competition results can be viewed using the following link.



Well Done Tyriese

Congratulations to Tyriese Smith who has been named Lancashire County Swimmer of the year for 2018. This honour recognises Tyriese's fantastic performances throughout last year and especially becoming a British and English National Champion last summer. WELL DONE TYRIESE!
Tyriese has also been nominated for Young Athlete of the Year at the Liverpool Sports & Physical Activity Evening. The event takes place on Monday 4th March in the iconic St Georges Hall. Good luck and enjoy the evening Tyriese.



Competitive Start Awards

Asssements for the Competitive Start Awards will take place on Friday 1st March and Sunday 3rd March for some members of the Advanced and Intermediate sessions .