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The achievements of the aquatics community were celebrated on 26 th November 2016 at the annual ASA Aquatics Awards 2016 held at Birmingham University’s Great Hall. The Awards recognised the vast contribution of individuals and organisations from across all areas of the sport.


Thank you to everyone for making it such a wonderful celebration. Rio Paralympian Stephanie Millward MBE thoroughly enjoyed the warm welcome she received and participating in the team games and dancing later on in the evening....

No normal training sessions next week due to Sprint Gala.

  • Tues 9th 6.30pm 10/u
  • Wed. 10th 6.00pm 11/o

Many thanks Kay...

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Welcome to Norton Radstock Swimming Club!

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A swimming club has existed in Midsomer Norton for over sixty years. The Club is located at the Midsomer Norton Leisure Centre, near Bath. We are a small friendly club which operates independently of the centre, run solely by a team of committed volunteers. Our catchment area is Midsomer Norton, Radstock and surrounding villages, however swimmers do travel from neighbouring counties. The Club is an inclusive club with experience of the Para Pathway, all enquiries are welcome.

2012 London Olympian Stacey Bromley at the Brisitish Gas Swimming ChampionshipsAt the 2016 A.S.A. Aquatics Awards we were awarded silver in the Club of the Year category. For a small club to receive this award from our governing body was a huge achievement, great recognition for the hard work and passion for aquatics that drives our volunteer workforce.

Our aim is to provide an opportunity for children whom having reached the recommended stage of Swim England’s Learn to Swim Programme make a successful transition into a club environment. Swimmer’s continued development is under pinned by a skills based approach to refine stroke technique and competitive skills. The long term aim is for all swimmers to be developed to their full potential, compete at the highest possible level and develop a lifelong love of aquatics.

NRSC is where the dream began for 2012 London Olympian Stacey Bromley, (nee Tadd). In 2013 Stacey accepted Life Membership of the Club, she continues to inspire our members through stroke / skills Master Classes held throughout the year to enhance our Club programme.



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