Following advice announced by the UK Government on 16 March 2020, and subsequently by Swim England on 17 March 2020, all swim training is suspended until further notice. The position in respect of events remains subject to change. We will review the situation on an ongoing basis and provide updates on training events directly to members.
If you are interested in joining the club, please get in touch via the Join Us page to understand what we can offer at this time.
We'd like to thank everyone for their understanding at this unprecedented time. We'll be back to it as soon as we can.
Bristol North Swimming Club
Bristol North Swimming Club, founded in 1922.
Providing almost 100 years of passion and expertise in swimming.
Welcome to Bristol North Swimming Club. A Swim Mark club with over 200 members, Bristol North is one of the most established and recognised competitive clubs in Bristol.
We are a competitive, inclusive, and fun club. We teach children to swim from the age of four, and offer experienced coached squad swimming for all ages.
We would be thrilled to have you join our team and look forward to helping you reach your swimming goals.
Swimming has been called the perfect exercise. It builds endurance, muscle strength and cardiovascular fitness, helps maintain a healthy weight, healthy heart and lungs, tones muscles and builds strength. Learn more about how we do it at Bristol North.
Learn to Swim
Learn to Swim
We offer learn to swim classes from the age of 4, with small classes and expert teachers
Progress through our classes to develop water confidence and the basics of key strokes
We coach all four strokes to prepare swimmers for entry into our competitive squads
Train to compete in a range of available competitions from aged 8 to 80
Why join us
Many people say that we are Bristol's friendliest club. We work hard to keep it this way; a close family with shared interests in a terrific sport.
We believe in building an enduring passion for our sport. We teach our children the value and merit of hard work and its relationship with reward. But we want our swimmers to stay swimming, and so hard work is balanced with having fun and building lasting friendships.