Tony Smith sadly passed away on Sunday 22 November 2020. The funeral is to be held at 3:00pm on 17 December at Bobbing Cemetery, Sheppey Way ME98GZ. Please note that the funeral is for family and close friends only, due to Covid restrictions. Flowers are only to be sent by family and friends however, the family would welcome any donations to be made to Cancer Research UK. Please use this link (https://www.dignityfunerals.co.uk/funeral-notices/22-11-2020-anthony-sidney-brian-smith/) for details about how to donate. Our thoughts are with his family at this sad time.
Swim England has confirmed it is committed to doing everything it can to enable the ‘excellent’ County Age Group Swimming Championships take place in 2021. However, due to the ongoing coronavirus restrictions, it is highly unlikely that these events will be able to take place in their usual January/February time slot. To that end, Swim England has announced that the normal window will be suspended until later in the year. An alternative window will now run from late May until 18 July 2021, with a further racing opportunity opening up for counties later in the year so older swimmers sitting exams will be given the chance to participate at an appropriate time.
KCASA President Malcolm Keysell chose the Air Ambulance Kent-Surrey-Sussex as his charity for his presidential year, launching the campaign at the Kent Development Meet at the end of October. To involve your club, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and he will be only too pleased to give you details on how you can participate.
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 (14 affiliated clubs) and Kent Rural Association (39 affiliated clubs).
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