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    Posted by: RDO  Friday, 13 January, 2006  03:35 PM
    Sport England October is Everyday Swimming Month.

    ASA South West in association with Sport England are promoting swimming as a healthy activity for all of October. This promotion will culminate in a free swimming campaign across pools in the South West over the weekend of October 14th - 16th.

    Everyday swimming will start with a media launch on Tuesday 4th October 10.30am at GL1, Gloucester. Sport England Regional Director Jim Clarke and ASA South West Regional Director Alison Usher will be on hand to promote the sport.

    Queries should be directed to Jaclyn Thorburn or Gemma Irvine, Golley Slater Public Relations, 8 Colston Avenue, Bristol, BS1 4ST
    Tel: 0117 921 1131 Fax: 0117 927 6890 Email: or


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