Total Swim Training will be back in 2018 so keep an eye on this page and we will let you know all of the details once we have them.
Thank you all for supporting Total Swim Training this season. We hope you have enjoyed this beautiful location and clear waters as much as we have.
Have a fabulous winter and we hope to see you all again in 2018…
Total Swim Training has re-launched for 2017 at Fourways Quarry, Oakmere, Cheshire.
This beautiful new venue is situated in the heart of the Cheshire countryside but within easy access of Chester, Warrington and Liverpool.
The site is located directly off the A556 between Sandiway and Oakmere. Nearest postcode is CW8 2HB.
Sessions run as follows from Sunday 4th June until the end of August:
Each session costs £6.00 per person or full season membership is available for £75.00.
Wetsuits are required when the water temperature is below 18 degrees Celsius. Brightly coloured swim hats are required at all times.
Junior swimming (8-15 years old on day of swim) is available for £5.00 per session. All juniors are required to wear a wet suit. Those aged 8-11 years old must be accompanied by an adult in the water at all times. Those ages 12-15 years old must be accompanied by an adult ‘spotter’ on lakeside at all times.
A toilet is available at the car park however we do not have changing or shower facilities available.
All swimmers will need to complete a disclaimer before their first swim. This will then remain valid for the remainder of the season. Disclaimers can be filled out at the venue or printed off and completed in advance (which would be very helpful!). Disclaimers are available to download here:
Car Parking – Please park on the hard standing near the site entrance and walk to the lakeside (250 metres) following the track. There are currently birds nesting in the long grass so we need to keep car movements to an absolute minimum. Think of it as a good warm-up! Thank you.
Road Works – There are on-going United Utilities roadworks on Chester Road (A556) which on occasion may cross the entrance to the quarry. We have been reassured by the Council that access to the site must be maintained so please do not be put off from attending. We are doing all we can to ensure that cones etc. make the access route clear.