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Mullumbimby Swim Club has announced a regional official swim meet to be held at the Mullumbimby Petria Thomas Pool Saturday 31 October 2015.

Just in time for Halloween, the carnival is sure to be a scream!

Following on from the enormous success of the February Endless Summer Carnival Mullumbimby Swim Club looks forward to welcoming large numbers of participants and spectators to the Halloween Carnival.

The event has been deemed an official qualifying carnival by Swimming NSW and will be an opportunity for swimmers within the region to shine and enjoy the beautiful Mullumbimby Petria Thomas Pool.

The carnival will feature events for all ages and abilities, including multi-class races.

The event has been generously supported by many local businesses that have provided financial support and/or prizes in the form of raffles for the day. These include Mullum Music Festival, Byron Bay Balloon Flights and Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club.

‘We look forward to welcoming swimmers, friends and families from SE QLD, New England, the Hunter, north coast and northern rivers NSW’, says Nicole Jordan, President Mullumbimby Swim Club.

‘In preparing for the carnival, our goal was to create a fun and engaging carnival for everyone to enjoy and remember.’

Mullumbimby Swim Club which has enjoyed a long history at the Petria Thomas Pool, is affiliated with Swimming NSW.

Together Mullumbimby Swim Club and Mullumbimby pool offers swimmers in our region a quality facility, with learn to swim, stroke correction, squad and the opportunity to participate in weekly club nights in a fun and supportive environment. Parents participate in club nights with time and record keeping, along with running club events.

The club always welcomes new members to sign up anytime on Thursday evenings 6pm-7pm at Mullumbimby Petria Thomas Pool.

Members can follow our progress on the Mullumbimby Swim Club Facebook page. www.facebook.com/pages/Mullumbimby-Swim-Club.


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