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Swimming

  1. 5 Ways To Keep Your Baby Warm After Their Swim

    5 Ways To Keep Your Baby Warm After Their Swim
    Taking your baby swimming is such an important activity. Not only does it provide them with a new activity that stimulates both their mind and their body but it is also a fantastic way of bonding with you, their parents. Swimming can be fun, it can be interesting, it can be joyful and it can also be relaxing but we...
  2. 7 Fun and Educational Bath Time Activities For Toddlers and Pre-Schoolers

    7 Fun and Educational Bath Time Activities For Toddlers and Pre-Schoolers
    As a parent, you have probably already realised how beneficial a bath can be. Upset or ill? Take a warm bath. A little niggly and needing a different type of play? Take a warm bath. Need some downtime to relax before bed? You’ve got it, take a warm bath. But have you ever thought about how a bath can also...
  3. Chlorine kills COVID

    Chlorine kills COVID
    In the early 1900s engineers discovered that adding chlorine to swimming pool water disinfected it and killed germs. Over the past 120 years this treatment has been refined and combined with filtration, backwashing and water replacement our pools are the cleanest they have ever been. Industry bodies, experts and swimmers were horrified when pools were closed during the COVID pandemic...
  4. Guess who’s back? Baby swimming!!!

    Guess who’s back? Baby swimming!!!
    It is the news we have all been waiting for! The end of Coronavirus restrictions are in sight, with the reopening of swimming pools quite rightly set for Stage 2 of the Prime Ministers Roadmap plans. This means from the 12th of April (if the official data allows!) we can don our cossies once again and get back in the...
  5. Winter swimming lessons: why are they important?

    Winter swimming lessons: why are they important?
    When the temperature drops through the winter months, it can be tempting for parents to stop taking their infants swimming until the hot weather returns. A recent survey by children and baby swimwear specialists Splash About found that over a quarter (28%) of parents take their toddlers swimming only in summer. However, continuing regular lessons throughout the year—regardless of how...
  6. How to get young children past a fear of swimming

    How to get young children past a fear of swimming
    Even though swimming can be a joyous experience, it’s very common for infants to develop aquaphobia (fear of water) early on in life. A survey conducted by children and baby swimwear specialists Splash About revealed that only 16% of adults said their toddlers felt very confident in water. From the age of eight months old, children can suddenly develop a...
  7. Drowning Prevention Week 15-25th June 2018

    Drowning Prevention Week 15-25th June 2018
     Next week, we see the beginning of the annual Drowning Prevention Week campaign, and to support the Royal Life Saving Society’s aim of reducing the number of drowning and near drowning instances in the UK, we’re cutting all our buoyancy product prices by 15%! Your child can safely learn all the valuable life saving skills needed when splashing about in...
  8. Drowning- How to recognize if a child or adult is in trouble

    Drowning- How to recognize if a child or adult is in trouble
    I always thought it would be fairly obvious to recognize the signs of someone drowning. After all, I know how to swim,
  9. Drowning Prevention Week- Help My Child Can't Swim

    Drowning Prevention Week- Help My Child Can't Swim
    We receive numerous letters each month at Splash Towers from mums and dads who’s children can’t swim.
  10. Tips for swimming whilst pregnant

    Tips for swimming whilst pregnant
    Ok so you feel fat and whale like and nothing is going to induce you to wear a swimsuit? Well think again. Swimming for two is a wonderful way to keep active in pregnancy.

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