Continuing its rich legacy dating back to 1881, Penrith Swimming Club is excited to announce the initiation of adult water polo sessions. This reflects the club's commitment to providing diverse opportunities in aquatics, as well as a nod to its history as a breeding ground for exceptional talent.
Penrith Swimming Club stalwart Rosie Huggon hails from a family with a long esteemed association with the club and started swimming when the club was based at Frenchfield, swimming in the river Eamont. In 2021, Rosie received life membership from Penrith Swimming Club in honour for her commitment to developing swimming in the local area.
Luke Brown, received a Platinum Champions Award from Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Charles, Prince of Wales.
Penrith Swimming Club celebrates the difference volunteers make to their club and thanks to them for all their time and dedication. Like many sports clubs, Penrith Swimming Club is run entirely by volunteers.
Celebrating 140 years of super swimming!
Accolades for Penrith Swimming Club stalwarts 24 Feb 2021
Doug and Rosie Huggon have received life membership from Penrith Swimming Club at the recent annual general meeting in recognition of their service and achievements.
Most people will have heard Olympian David Wilkie, who allegedly cancelled his virgin active membership after being told off for swimming too fast. Wilkie won Olympic Gold in the 1976 Olympics for the 200m Breastroke
Support your Swimming Coaches! 14 Sep 2020
You, your child and your Swimming Coach form a team. A team with a single goal – to provide the opportunity for your child to enjoy all the sport of swimming has to offer.
Summer Land Training 31 Jul 2020
Summer 2020 Land Training Opportunities
COVID-19 Club Update 17 Jul 2020
An update on future plans for Penrith Swimming Club