Spotlight on Aquatic Networks

There is a Club Network at Crystal Palace. The Crystal Palace Club Network was established in 2013 following the ASA closure of the Beacon program in South London.
The  Network  is  a  collaboration  of  11 clubs  including  Beckenham,  Chelsea Westminster, Croydon Amphibians, Dulwich Dolphins, Leander, Wandsworth, Bromley SC, Orpington OJ’s, Saxon  Crown, Kingston Royals and South Croydon  SC. The clubs share  and  manage  the  pool  allocation  previously allocated to  the  Beacon program  at  Crystal  Palace  and  also  run performance  sessions  on  Saturday mornings for enrolled swimmers from trustee and associated clubs.

The Havering Aquatic Network is driven through the London Borough of Havering with the support of Swim England/London Region.  It began when plans for a new pool and Ice Rink were approved by the council and all aquatic clubs within the borough were invited to be part of the Network.  It is also attended by the Leisure Operator, Everyone Active.  The Borough Council want to support the clubs to develop a Borough Squad that will regularly train together at the new Leisure Centre, when it is completed.

The Swim England affiliated clubs that regularly attend and support the Havering Aquatic Network are:  Romford Town SC, Killerwhales of Havering SC, Hornchurch SC and Havering Cormorants Diving Club.