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Mon 7 Mar 2022 Pool Session (General Training)

March 7 @ 7:00 pm 9:00 pm

Training will include:

  • ‘wet skills’ (capsizes, rescues, recovery strokes and rolling); and
  • beginners skill training.

Book now for ‘block’ of 3 sessions (using the RSVP button below or via mail@breconcanoeclub.org.uk) on alternate weeks:

  • 7 Mar
  • 21 Mar
  • 4 Apr

Options for booking individual weeks (£13 each) will follow once we start to get an idea of numbers…

Following recent Welsh Government relaxations, we will still be operating with some Covid precautions, so please see below – and follow coaches’ instructions:

Before the Session

  • Please take a Lateral Flow Test within the 48 hours prior to each session and don’t attend if you tested positive!

Arrival & Changing

  • Please arrive in time to be changed and ready to enter poolside for 7pm.
  • Please wear T-shirts as well as swimwear (for warmth as well as modesty!).
  • Make your way straight to the changing rooms – there should be no need to check-in at reception unless asked to on arrival.
  • Please wait at the changing room exits before going poolside – we’ll need to be given the ‘all-clear’ that the previous group has left before we enter.
  • Feel free to bring your own boats & paddles – as long as they’re clean. Deposit them by the external doors in the car park before the start of the session.

On Poolside

  • Parents are welcome on poolside to help children carry boats and get kitted-up, also to help them empty boats if required during the session (we’ll show you how!). You might even be able to help in the water, if this is something you’d be willing to do – in which case, come prepared with swimwear – but please work closely only with your own children!
  • No outdoor shoes on poolside please.
Free

Steve Rayner

07989 412415

Brecon Leisure Centre

Cerrigcochion Road
Brecon, Powys LD3 9SR United Kingdom
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