Be-Nu Consultation

As a valued partner of Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, I am writing to you to ask for your assistance in promoting our newly launched public consultation – Be Nu.

We have been carefully developing plans for over two years which include some exciting changes for the towns, parks and leisure facilities in both Nuneaton and Bedworth.

As these proposals outline important innovations which will affect residents and businesses across the Borough, we are keen to let people know about the consultation and encourage participation and feedback, which is why we are asking for your help.

What are we asking you to do?

It would be wonderful if you could either share the posts on our Facebook page, or check out @wecanbenu and share messages from there.

Please encourage your club members, gym members, parents, customers, patients and community groups to fill in the survey; don’t miss out on a chance to have your say!

Visit for more information, take a look at the proposed plans and tell us what you think.

This is your chance to have a say on what YOU actually want so don’t miss out!

#WeCanBeNu #consultation #TellUsWhatYouWant

News From 7th February 2020

Congratulations to Armani Trowell who earned a Good Work certificate.

Happy birthday to Drew O’Connor who will be 18 on Sunday 9th February.

News From 17th January 2020

Congratulations to Daniel Hodge on his 3rd Adult Swimming Certificate for 10 miles completed between 5th March 2019 and 17th January 2020.

News From 10th January 2020

Congratulations to Chloe Lawrence who has completed her National Plan Stage 5.

The Sports Forum Selection Panel has invited Josh Bailey to attend the Annual Awards Ceremony on 21st February.

For the diary

date tba  Downs Syndrome National Championships, Rugby

10th April  Good Friday  Pool closed

8th May   May day (Friday this year, 75th Anniversary of VE day)  Pool closed

News From 3rd January 2020

Happy New Year!

3rd January was a fairly quiet club night. A few swimmers chose to try their 10 minute test before a free swim session. Congratulations to Josh Bailey who swam 471m for a new certificate.

News From 20th December 2019

On 20th December Adam Gardner and Connor Evans were presented with their club T shirts for regular attendance.

The Christmas Relay was won by Team 3 in a very close finish. The six swimmers in Team 3 were Josh, Elliot, Jack, Heidi, Oliver and Phoebe.

Congratulations to the winners of the club trophies for 2019

Kevin Whitmore (Junior) Trophy won by    Phoebe Tully

Colin Bunn (Senior) Trophy won by Daniel Hodge

Lions Club (Gala) Trophy won by Oliver Ingram

All the volunteers received the thanks of the club for their commitment in 2019.

Thank you to Santa for taking the time from his busy schedule to give out some early presents.

Photos are on the website.

The next swim will be on January 3rd 2020.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone.


News From 6th December 2019

Congratulations to William Newton on earning a new 10 minute test swim certificate, swimming 491m in the allotted time.

Christmas Party and Presentation Night 2019

This years Christmas Party and Presentation Evening will be on Friday 20th December at 7.15pm in the cafe. Please bring a plate of food. Hopefully Santa will be able to drop in too, at this busy time of year. Please see poster below.

News From 22nd November 2019

The Christmas Party will be on 20th December from 7.15pm until 8.15pm in the café. Please bring a plate of food. Everyone is welcome.


Emergency Evacuation Plans have been updated for the pool. All independent swimmers requiring assistance to leave the pool have a copy of their own plans and their named assistants. The plan for all swimmers remains the same


Escape Procedure ( As issued by the Centre Manager)

  1. If you hear the fire alarm which is an electronic siren
  2. Follow the instructions of the Lifeguards
  3. Carers are to assist the Lifeguards with clearing the pool.
  4. The Lifeguards will assist anyone using the hoist out of the water
  5. Lifeguards will then assist you should a full evacuation be necessary
  6. Await a decision on poolside as to whether we require a full evacuation
  7. If a full evacuation is necessary follow the instructions of the Lifeguards and Duty Manager


The staff are aware of our specific needs and also that some swimmers become distressed if the siren is activated.

News From 15th November 2019

Congratulations to Chloe Lawrence who has completed her Stage 4 Swimming Certificate and Josh Bailey who has completed Level 6.
We are still waiting for results of the NASCH gala at Leamington.