Bilston Swimming Club

Bilston Swimming Club

From humble beginnings at Prouds Lane back in 1964 where the aim of the club was to teach children to swim as there were no other facilities of that kind available in the area, the club has continued to go from strength to strength. We now train seven days a week at Bert Williams and now have over 250 members. Our aim is to become one of the most highly successful clubs in the region by providing the highest level of teaching and coaching, for everyone from non-swimmer to National level.

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