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About us


Welcome to Crosby Swimming Club’s website. We hope you enjoy the site and find it useful in keeping up to date with what is happening in and around the Club. It is our intention to use this site as our main communication tool keeping you up to date with results, future gala meets and tips on training.

We welcome feedback from all parents and swimmers on the site and ask you to submit these via the contact email address.


(It's important you check your junk email settings as sometimes, communications are sent out via email)


As always the club are looking for volunteers to help with the running of the club, so please contact the club if you feel that you could use your spare time to help out with anything from coaching, becoming a committee member or part of our fantastic parent support group.


We have also introduced a new member to the club. the 'Crosby Croc', and you will notice him on pages of the website. He will not take the place of the traditional Crosby badge but will be an addition, to help with the sense of fun around the club, particularly with our younger swimmers. 

Please click here for a full list of rules and club constitution.


Thank you,


Brian Stevens (Head Coach)



Club Welfare Officer: Louise Cooper

Contact: welfareofficercsc@gmail.com


North West Contact: Allan Freeman

Contact: Allan.freeman@outlook.com


How can I raise a child safeguarding concern?

If you have a concern about the welfare of any child or the behavior of an adult towards any child you should, without delay, contact:

  • your organisation or club welfare officer

  • your county or regional welfare officer (bottom of page)

  • Swim England National Child Safeguarding Team: 

  • Swimline – this is the Swim England/NSPCC Child Protection Helpline on 0808 100 4001


In an emergency

If you believe a child has been harmed or may be at immediate risk of harm, and you are unable to contact your welfare officer or the Swim England safeguarding team please make immediate contact with an appropriate agency, such as:

  • The Police

  • Children’s Services

  • Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)

  • Local Authority Designated officer (LADO)

  • NSPCC Child Protection Helpline


Take the name and contact details of the person you have spoken to, plus the incident / referral reference number (if applicable) so you have a record of the advice they give.


Then report this to the club welfare officer and the Swim England safeguarding team the next working day.