An exciting new challenge for swimmers is coming to Clevedon Marine Lake.
The Coronavirus pandemic has seen swimming events cancelled across the country this summer, which is a shame for those who have been training hard. It also means that charities that rely on funds raised by these events are missing out. But a new event taking place at lakes across the UK is changing that.
Level Water is a national charity that gives 1-1 swimming lessons to children with disabilities. But the charity’s life-changing work that gives 20,000 lessons to 500 children is at risk. Their income has been hit hard and if pools and events don’t reopen soon, the charity may not be able to continue. With the help of the Outdoor Swimming Society, lakes across the UK and you, this challenge will give Level Water hope for survival.
Twenty per cent of the money we raise will go to Clevedon Marine Lake to support the work we do to keep the lake open and safe for all to use. It costs £20,000 a year to look after our lake. And because our events have been cancelled too, this is a great chance to raise funds.
Level Water is offering prizes for taking part, and some mega prizes for the top fundraiser at each lake. We’re still waiting to confirm the prizes but so far, if you raise a minimum of £50, you’ll get a free waterproof phone bag from the wonderful Swim Secure.
To take part, go to the Clevedon Marine Lake team page on JustGiving and create your page. Make sure you create the JG page otherwise you won’t get your swimming hat or prizes.