The Club is having a 2 week rest from training:
- Last training session before the break - Friday 31st July 2015
- First session back - Monday 17th August 2015
We hope you have a lovely break and come back revitalised and eager to train hard in readiness for the September Falcon Sprint and the new season's competition.
Enjoy your holidays!
ALL Club training sessions will be at the University Pool until Monday 21st September due to works at Portland Centre over the summer.
- PLEASE NOTE: most session times and one of the days have changed
Click HERE for the Training Times over this period.
The University Pool address, map and directions can be found on our Training Venues page - Click HERE.
At Nottingham Portland Swimming Club we pride ourselves on offering swimmers the chance to pursue their interest in the sport in a progressive, encouraging and friendly setting.
Founded in 1931, we are one of the longest established clubs in Nottingham, yet have retained a forward-thinking outlook and a lively, welcoming membership.
The best way to learn more about our club is to browse the site - you will probably find our News page a good place to start.
If you want to know what level of swimming ability is needed to join a Portland swimming squad, please take a look at our How To Join page, where you will find our entry requirements and information on how to arrange a trial.
In addition to squad training for children and young adults, we also run a Masters Session on a pay-as-you-go basis, open to swimmers aged 16 and over who are keen to improve technique, speed or general fitness.
Nottingham Portland SC aims to provide a structured learning environment in which all swimmers are given the opportunity to develop, grow and succeed. Every individual has the right to reach his or her full potential and the club upholds a positive atmosphere to make this possible. We work hard to maintain a supportive attitude and a high degree of sportsmanship amongst all our athletes.
"Winning is getting out of the water knowing you couldn’t have done any better"