How to Join the Club
CSWPC is a structured, competitive swim club requiring that all club members must:
- be ASA registered – further details can be obtained from the ASA website. The ASA have produced a guide to completing their form.
- adhere to the club rules (updated February 2014) and code of conduct.
- review the Club Equity Policy and Safeguarding Policy.
New Members – how to join
If you wish to join CSWPC please read the following:
- Young swimmers wishing to join CSWPC are invited to attend an assessment session at Leisure@Cheltenham, Tommy Taylor’s Lane. Trials generally take place at regular intervals when there is space for new swimmers in the club.
- Please follow the instructions on the arrange a trial page and we will respond with details of the next available trial date. Acceptance for trial is by electronic registration ONLY, prior to trial night.
- Water Polo
- Please contact the water polo secretary via the contact us page
- Synchronised Swimming
- Please contact the synchro coaches via the contact us page
All disciplines should complete a New Members Application Form.>
Existing member resources
- Personal Details Update Form Use this form if you have changed address, name etc. so that the club can keep its records up to date.
- Medical Condition Form Use this form if you have a medical condition that your coach needs to be aware of. Any medical conditions will be assessed using an agreed process (click to view).
- Membership Renewal Letter 2013
- Membership Renewal Form 2013
- Standing Order Mandate form
- Current Fees. If you have any question regarding fees please contact us via contact page on the website
Cheltenham Swimming and Water Polo club has an agreement with Gloucester City Swimming Club to automatically signpost potential swimmers with a disability to contact Gloucester City Swimming Club.
Gloucester City Swimming Club is committed to providing quality swimming coaching to young people with a large variety of disabilities, coaching swimmers to compete at a wide variety of competitions, from local galas to regional and national championships. Gloucester City Swimming Club was instrumental in the formation of the South West Regional disability Swim Squad where all the swimmers attend regular training sessions led by Gloucester City coaches. Gloucester City swimming Club offers specific disability sessions and also inclusive sessions with able bodies swimmers, all with expert coaching from fully trained coaches who all attend ‘coaching disabled swimmers’ courses.