Nomination papers can be downloaded here and we will especially welcome nominations for an additional two Kent Rural representatives because of the retirement of Carina Enderby and Scott Walker. Applications are also invited for all the posts identified in Rule 8 of the Association and will be especially welcomed for Disability/Para Swimming Manager, Diving Manager, Swimming Manager and Workforce and Volunteer Coordinator which are currently or will be vacant. The closing date for nominations/applications is 15 October 2016
All KCASA workshop dates are here, in the calendar in red so you can easily plan your progress to suit you. New Workshops for 2017 at Medway Park and Erith are listed here ...!
All you could want to know about water polo in Kent can be found here ...
Kent County ASA was founded in 1891 and this year, 2016, sees us celebrating 125 years of promoting and managing swimming and swimming related activities in Kent. To celebrate this milestone The KCASA Management has decided to allocate £10,000 to help develop aquatics within the club environment across the county. Every KCASA club has been eligible for a Club Development Grant and many clubs applied for and have now received their grant.
Contact Shelley Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kent County Amateur Swimming Association was founded in 1891 by E J Plumbridge, and is a County Association in ASA South East Region and ASA London Region. The Association consists of two sub-Associations, Kent London Swimming Association (15 affiliated clubs) and Kent Rural Association (37 affiliated clubs).