Posted: Tue 2nd Apr 2024

Wrexham’s mayor visits charity teaching water safety to children for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area

The mayor of Wrexham recently paid a visit to a local charity which provides vital water safety training to children.

Rossett Swimming Club was founded 42 years ago and is run soley by volunteers, including qualified swimming teachers who give their time every week.

The club supports a lot of children with additional needs such as ADHD, Autism and global development delay.

Mayor of Wrexham Cllr Andy Williams visited the club on March 18 to find out more about the charity and see the youngsters learn life saving skills in their pyjamas.

During the visit the mayor had the chance to talk with the club’s chairperson, volunteers and the children.

Rossett Swimming Club is a non for profit charity and is funded through grants and fundraising.

It’s next fundraising event is a interactive Murder mystery (supported by sudden death theatre company) on June 29. Tickets are £25 per person which includes a two course cold buffet.

Tickets can be purchased by emailing [email protected].

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