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Annual Membership subscription and changes to fees
Please remember Annual Membership Subscription is due from the 1st January 2014 and needs to be paid by the 1st February 2014, at the latest, in accordance with the Club Constitution and Rules. Members / Parents / Guardians should visit the ESC Club Desk on a Monday night to complete the necessary paperwork and pay the Subscription due.
If a Swimmer / Parent / Guardian has not yet either completed a new Standing Order Form or amended their Standing Order online they need to do so as a matter of urgency as the new Monthly Fees come into effect as of the 1st January 2014.
Eastbourne Inter Club Gala program is available here
|The Eastbourne Swimming Club|
ESC is the largest and oldest swimming club in Eastbourne with over 300 regular swimmers and with a long history. What ever age and standard you are, we have something for you.
The main club night is Monday at Eastbourne Sovereign Centre although we also utilise a number of other local pools for other sessions throughout the week.
Galas and competitions
Members of ESC have many opportunities to take part in a programme of competitions through the year from local club events to national or even international meetings. For details of our programme of Open Meets please visit the section Events Calendar.
Please, visit our joining section for more details about the procedure to follow to join the club! All abilities are welcome - we will look after you.
How do we run Eastbourne Swimming Club?
The management committee of the club are all volunteers who meet every month for two hours to make decisions on the direction, management, structure, policies and financials of the club. We would welcome any thoughts you have about how we could organise or run the club better. Just get in touch with any of the committee or officials and share your ideas. We would also love to welcome anyone to help out on the club committee - its more interesting than you might think and you can really make a difference. Alternatively, you could arrange to just sit in on a committee meeting to hear what goes on and maybe have a say in some decisions that affect your children's involvement.