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Timetable - Queens Park Community Hub

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Upcoming holiday dates
Monday 18th December 2023 - Monday 1st January 2024 - Christmas break
Monday 12th - Sunday 18th February 2024 - Half Term
Friday 29th March - Friday 12th April 2024 - Easter break
Monday 27th May - Sunday 2nd June 2024 - Half Term
Monday 29th July - Friday 30th August 2024 - Summer break
Monday 21st - Sunday 27th October 2024 - Half Term

All timetables are correct at time of publishing. Any changes to your class times will be communicated to you by your local office either by phone or email.

 

 

Please note all new bookings require payment for 10 classes upfront

Monday

  • 11:30 AM £16.00 per lesson
    30 months - 4 years
  • 12:00 PM £16.00 per lesson
    15 - 30 months
  • 12:30 PM £16.00 per lesson
    0 - 9 months
    ×

    Floaties classes are for babies from 0-9 months. If your baby is between 6-9 months and had previous swimming lesson experience, you can book into our Splashers class.

  • 13:00 PM £16.00 per lesson
    6 - 15 months
    ×

    Splashers classes are for babies between 6-15 months. If your baby is between 6-9 months and has no swimming lesson experience, you should book into our Floaties class.

Wednesday

  • 10:00 AM £16.00 per lesson
    Existing customers only
  • 10:30 AM £16.00 per lesson
    30 months - 4 years
  • 11:00 AM £16.00 per lesson
    6 - 15 months
    ×

    Splashers classes are for babies between 6-15 months. If your baby is between 6-9 months and has no swimming lesson experience, you should book into our Floaties class.

  • 11:30 AM £16.00 per lesson
    15 - 30 months
  • 12:00 PM £16.00 per lesson
    30 months - 4 years
  • 12:30 PM £16.00 per lesson
    0 - 9 months
    ×

    Floaties classes are for babies from 0-9 months. If your baby is between 6-9 months and had previous swimming lesson experience, you can book into our Splashers class.

Saturday

Sunday

0-6 months with no
swimming experience
6-8 months with
swimming experience

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