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Swim school nominated for three awards

PUBLISHED: 14:02 01 June 2017

The school believes they can teach anyone, of any age to swim

The school believes they can teach anyone, of any age to swim

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Angela’s Swim School have been nominated for the services they provide children

A swim school has been nominated for three awards in a national competition for organisations that provide activities for children.

Angela’s Swim School, which operates in Gravesend, Dartford, Bromley and Bexley, has been nominated in the categories for Best Franchised/Licensed Pre-school Activity, Best Franchised/Licensed Activity for Children aged five to 12, and one of its instructors has been nominated in the Most Outstanding Activity Leader for the under fives, in the What’s On For Kids Awards.

The nominated instructor, Grace Begley-Hunter, teaches in Dartford, Gravesend, and Sidcup.

Franchise operator, Janice Hutton, said: “It is an honour to be nominated for these awards, and it is aa testimony to the team work and effort put in by all our instructors who teach all ages to swim.

“Our methods are unique, and we are very excited and hopeful that our clients and ordinary members of the public vote for us.”

Owner, and ex-international swimmer, Angela Wilson, added: “Janice and her team deserve these nominations following their success.”

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