Earth day is an opportunity to give organisations, businesses, groups, families and individuals the excuse to really take stock of what the Earth means to them and the impact that we are creating. I personally don't like celebrating this on one day because every day should be Earth day just like every day should be save the elephant day or international woman's day! But I do think it's good that so many people can start
Nothing beats the feeling of swimming in open waters and that post-swim high you get from time spent in nature’s wild spaces. It is life-affirming and one of the best ways to expand your swimming horizons. But how do you stay safe in the water? It’s a very different environment from your local swimming pool. Let’s find out how to stay safe by diving into our top safety tips for swimming in open
How to get out of that rut, and gain a new perspective through swimming
Mental Health Swim Series
It’s the middle of winter, pouring down outside and I haven’t been for a swim in over a week. The longer I go without swimming the longer the rut lasts, and the harder it feels just to jump on the bus to the pool or my local reservoir. This felt like the story of the winter just gone, and despite signing up to
I’ve always been a water baby and get so much joy from swimming but it’s only in recent years that I've started swimming and dipping regularly outside. In that time, cold water has become invaluable to my mental health.
A number of years ago I left a job that was making me miserable and decided to take some time out.
With so many incredible wild swimming spots to choose from, the United Kingdom is a playground for any keen swimmer who loves the great outdoors. There are remote waterfalls, golden-sand beaches, rivers in ancient woodlands, and lakes for every age and ability. You might be wondering where to go wild swimming this year. We’ve rounded up 7 great spots t
You’ve selected your swim challenge, but now what? Where do you start in terms of training? It can feel a little overwhelming at the beginning, and that’s whether you’re new to the challenge or not, it can still