Great East Swim
Date of event: 22 June 2013
Venue: Alton Water Park, Suffolk
Challenge yourself with an open water swim at Alton Water Park. With a variety of distances including a half mile, one mile or two mile course, this is an open water swimming event with something for everyone.
Looking for a place?
Entry for the Great East Swim is now open. Places are available on a first come, first served basis, so please visit the event organisers' website to secure your place.
Once you have your place, register with us below to receive a fundraising toolkit and t-shirt.
Already have your own place?
If you've already secured your own place from the event organisers, we'd love to welcome you to our team.
We'll support you every step of the way
Our swimmers mean the world to us, in return for your fantastic support we provide:
- Top-notch fundraising advice from a dedicated team at the NSPCC
- Team NSPCC Facebook page to chat to your team mates
- NSPCC fundraising pack, regular e-newsletters and a support hotline
- An exclusive NSPCC T-shirt
How your money helps
The NSPCC is the only charity focused on ending child cruelty across the UK, driven by the belief that no child should suffer. Everything we do protects children and prevents abuse, helping children and families directly through local services, providing training and support to people who work with children and bringing immediate support through our national helplines, including ChildLine.
This is all possible thanks to the generosity of people like you.
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