Main Pool Sessions Return to Alfreton
We are delighted to confirm that the Main Pool at Alfreton has been reopened and we are returning there for our sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings with immediate effect.
The details are as given on your recent membership renewal documents, and all session times are on the back of the sheet.
If you are unsure of your session, please contact :
Jayne Middleton at email@example.com OR
Chris Dening at firstname.lastname@example.org
Competitive Squad Training
All lessons/training to take place in a main pool
D Squad - 2 x 60 minutes
C Squad - 3 hours
B Squad - 7 hours
A Squad - 8 hours
(A Squad was formally PGS, B Squad bronze/copper, C & D purple & blue)
Small Pool continue as normal as they were not affected by the closure at Alfreton.
Lifesaving will return to Ripley on Wednesday 10th December, so Tuesday 2nd will be at Ilkeston, if you have any queries please contact
Dawn at email@example.com
RASCALS Committee have been advised that Ripley Surf Lifesaving Club (RSLC) has been formed as a completely separate Club to run activities relating to Surf Lifesaving Great Britain (SLSGB).
Chairman: Jeremy Johnson
Secretary: Dawn Lockwood
Treasurer: Richard Crump
Please contact Dawn firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about RSLC.
RSLC will be an entirely new and separate organisation, not a part of or in any way affiliated to or with RASCALS and as such the RASCALS Committee do not accept any responsibility for any actions or liabilities related to RSLC or SLSGB.
Royal Life Saving Society (RLSS) activity will continue as part of RASCALS.
We wish the Officers and Members every success for the future.
Holiday Closure Dates for Rascals
Christmas - Last Session is on Thursday December 18th 2014
First Session back is on Friday January 2nd 2015
Rascals Presentation Night - The Post Mill Centre, South Normanton.
Friday 19th December 2014
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Current child protection legislation demands that anyone wishing to use photographic equipment – including mobile phones – must obtain permission from the leisure centre.
Anyone failing to obtain permission will be asked to leave and may be reported to the leisure centre and/or the police. Previous actions of this nature have resulted in prosecution.
R.A.S.C.A.L.S. have no wish to be kill-joys but we have to respect the law and also the leisure centres' own rules. Most importantly of all, we must put the safety and comfort of all the children first.
R.A.S.C.A.L.S. management committee