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Southern Swim Schools and Scubapic are proud to announce


Underwater Photography at all venues starting from Monday 13th November 2017

From Monday 13th November 2017 Scubapic will be visiting all our pools to give every child the chance to have their picture taken.

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We are really pleased to announce that Southern Swim Schools have teamed up with Scubapic to give you the opportunity to own an amazing picture of your child underwater.

Scubapic will be present at all our lessons over the next month working in the pool during lessons to take pictures of your child enjoying the water. The photo shoot will be done quickly and quietly during your normal lesson with no fee for the shoot and no obligation to purchase the photos.

They will be at:

  • Mary Rose Academy - Monday 13th November all week.
  • Rachel Maddocks - Monday 20th November all week.
  • Redwood Park Academy - Monday 20th November all week.
  • Barncroft School - Monday 27th November all week.
  • Churchers College - Saturday 2nd December all day.

To take part in this please email Scubapic directly on info@scubapic.com.au giving details to Dave of where you swim, what day you swim and your lesson time. Alternatively you can decide on the day to take part by speaking to one of the Scubapic staff who will be present at the pool.

After the photo shoot you will be able to view the photographs there and then poolside and purchase photos as you wish. One photo on CD for you to keep forever is just £35!!!

If you have any questions or queries please email Dave or speak to Scubapic on the day, our staff will be concentrating on running lessons as normal.

There is also more information available on the Scubapic website.

We are really excited to be offering this opportunity and hope for many this will give you that much cherished picture of your child swimming which we cannot normally offer due to child protection issues in allowing you to take your own photos.