Swim For Logan
Sunday 5th August 2018
Raising funds to help increase the quality of life of CF sufferers and to aid significant research
SWIM FOR LOGAN 2016
SWIM FOR LOGAN  2011

The Swim For Logan is an annual event, started in 2010 to raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.

 

The trust is investing in to vital research for gene therapy that if successful would radically improve the life prospects of those with the condition.

The Trust also carries out numerous activities to help sufferers and families cope with the day to day problems and trials encountered by those living with cystic fibrosis.

The swim of approximately a mile takes place in Penzance Cornwall every August, from the Promenade slip to te Gear Pole and back.

Thanks To All Who Make It Possible

 

Registration And Timing
Nicola, James and Liam for impeccably running the registration and timing

Pre-Swim Training
Ian - from Mounts Bay Harriers – for running the pre-swim training at the Jubilee Pool, enabling so many to get back into the water and for a great job at the last hurdle: helping tired swimmers out of the sea.

Thanks also to Kathryn at Jubilee for helping to set up the training sessions and for the loan of stopwatches.

Collectors
Carol and Yvonne - our avid collectors – for rattling buckets and tins for the cause.

Jacqui, Jo and Mum and their family did an amazing job with a yummy cake and pasty stall, organising the raffle and providing sustenance for the weary swimmers, well done.

Safety On The Water
Most importantly, a big thank you for safety on the day.

Without support on the water we could not swim, the support these people and organisations provide is vital to the swim and most appreciated.

  • RNLI and the Penlee Lifeboat,

    RNLI and the Penlee Lifeboat

    For the attendance of both the Severn Class Ivan Ellen and the inshore lifeboat: Paul Alexandra
    And to Patch for the weather advice.

  • Penzance Sea Cadets

    Penzance Sea Cadets

    And Matt Bird - who provided two boats to help monitor the swimmers, they were a constant reassurance to the swimmers.

  • Penzance Canoe Club

    Penzance Canoe Club

    We had 3 canoeists who were on the water for over an hour and gave a personal escort to the last swimmer - many thanks.
    Thanks also to Dan for putting the word out.

 

Raffle Prizes
To all the organisations who havee provided raffle prizes .

 

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