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Summer Swimming times

Flyer here >>>>Summer swimming sessions

Following a recent committee meeting a decision was made on training hours during the school holidays.

Tuesday nights

Commencing on 1st July

Gold, Silver and Bronze+ train two hours.

6pm till 8pm

Sharks and Bronze train first hour only

6pm till 7pm

Thursday nights Gold, Silver and Bronze+ train two hours.

6pm till 8pm

Sharks and Bronze train first hour

6pm till 7pm

Saturday mornings

9am – 10am

Minnows, Piranhas and Dolphins only  

The final full club session will be Saturday 28th June and we will then move to the above described reduced hours for five weeks commencing 1st July. I will be leading all of the sessions over this period supported by our coaching team.

The club will take a two-week holiday from swimming all together with the last summer session on Saturday 2nd August. We can all enjoy a well-earned rest until beginning the new season and normal coaching times from Tuesday 19th August onwards.

Any queries can be directed to me or squad coaches.

Mark Laing,

Lead Coach, Cupar and District Swimming Club

23rd May, 2014


URGENT – Novice League – 27th April

I have just received an email to advise that warm up on Sunday at Dunfermline is at 9.00 am not 8.30 am as previously advised.  Please be on poolside at 8.40 to register with the coach.

Also, as there are only 6 lanes at Dunfermline, the gala will run for a bit longer than previous Novice Leagues.  We will probably finish around 12.30 pm.

Afternoon session will be later as well at 13:30.

How to follow the club online


So there are a number of ways to follow the club online.

The website –

Twitter – 

Facebook – search on facebook for “Cupar Swimming”, like the image below. Select the Cupar Swimming at the top and follow. This account is open and automated from the website, that goes to twitter and then facebook. But sometime it doesn’t work 100% of the time. Annoying I know but …. hey it’s free 🙂

Hope this helps.

Club Times Sheet and Records

they have been uploaded – although they have been on the board for a while now. >> 


Carnegie Mini Meet on Sunday 30th April

Hi Everyone,

I have attached meet information for the Carnegie Mini Meet on Sunday 30th April. However, I would need to know today if you would like to enter as I am away for the rest of the week.

Please let me know by 5.00 pm if you would like to enter.

From KB – please check your emails.

Spring Mini Meet – Meet Info 2017


Yellow water bottle left at swimming

It’s in the control room at the pool.


Swimming Cancelled Friday 24th

Sorry swimming tonight Friday 24th is cancelled. 

Swim Club Bake Sale – Thursday

A nice and late reminder that the club are having a ‘bring and bake’ sale for Comic Relief tomorrow (Thursday 23rd) in the Cafe at the pool fro 6-9pm All baking donations greatly received!

I remember that last time I had a challenge carrying six cakes to the car without a bag so had to eat three on the way and still got into trouble for leaving crumbs on the seat – so remember a carrier bag as well as your bake!


Membership, Fees & SASA

Thanks to everyone who has joined/renewed over the past few weeks – it has been great to get such positive response & membership lists are being confirmed as the forms are reviewed and payments checked. As always this will take a few days.

As the deadline for membership renewals has now passed we are unable to have anyone swimming who is not both a club and SASA member. This is for insurance purposes (a key benefit of SASA membership), and to be fair to those who have rejoined and are paying for pool-time.

If you wish to leave the club please let me know – that helps us avoid chasing, and if you have not yet renewed membership please do so immediately to avoid the potential embarrassment of swimmers being refused entry to the pool.

Thanks again