Farnborough Fins Appeal to local residents to save the pool at Kings International – Podcast

Anna Strong - Farnborough FinsIn this podcast I talk to Anna Strong from Farnborough Fins. A not for profit organisation in our community who are teaching children to swim.

One of the swimming pools the club uses at Kings International College in Camberley is facing closure. Although the pool itself has recently been upgraded, the building it is housed in is coming to the end of its life and could close this summer.

Farnborough Fins have entered a community funding project organised by Engage Mutual Assurance and could receive thee money they need to keep the pool open, but we all need to vote.

Many children over the years have benefited from the incredible services provided to the community by Farnborough fins and could continue to do so for many years to come. But only with our help. We should also consider this will secure a swimming pool for generations of pupils at Kings International College as well as provide many employment opportunities for local people.

By voting you would be touching many people and making a significant contribution to our community. Please help.

You can vote here – https://www.engagemutual.com/foundation/projects/save-our-swimming-pool/

[audio https://audioboo.fm/boos/2142735-save-our-pool-farnborough-fins.mp3]

This podcast is available on the Surrey Residents Network Audioboo Channel and can be downloaded for free on iTunes. Audioboo has apps available for Android & iOS devices and the Apple Podcast App is a great way to listen to Resident Network podcasts. Just search “Surrey Residents Network” within the app.

3 thoughts on “Farnborough Fins Appeal to local residents to save the pool at Kings International – Podcast

  1. Jacqui Thompson

    I watch both my granddaughter’s swim at the pool at king’s college and the fun and confidence it has brought to both girls is priceless. All children should have the benefit of this life-saving skill, so I support this campaign to keep the pool open.

    Reply
  2. Robert Aldous

    I have seen for myself how essential these pools are. They did’t exist when I was a boy during the Second World War

    Reply

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