Water safety - Spring/Summer
As the weather improves, it’s all too easy to head to the beach, pool or other waterside spot, but it can be a dangerous place if you don’t observe water safety. All to often, we hear of people drowning in situations that could have been easily avoided. That’s why we’re putting together a series of tips to help you be water safe.
No lifeguards: Remember - there are no lifeguards around to look out for you
It’s not as warm as you think: Open water and even your pool can be much colder than you think, and that can affect your ability to swim and save yourself.
Don’t push it: Keep close to the shore, so that you’re never too far away from it if you get caught out.
Don’t be fooled: Currents can be really strong. There’s no point fighting against a riptide if you get caught - swim with the current and call for help!
Don’t go alone: Always make sure you have at least one person with you. That way, you’ve got someone there to help or get help.
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Bingo night 28/10/2021
Join us for some family fun at Trinity Parish Hall on Thursday 28th October. Entrance fee £2 and raffle will be held on the night. Arrive 7pm for a 7.30 start.
Fundraising stall 20/11/2021
Our lovely fundraising team will be out (hopefully) enjoying the sunshine. Come and see us on our JLA stall, which will be packed full of goodies for you.