Swim Ulster Limited

Swim Ulster Limited (“SU”) (originally founded in 1893 as the Ulster Branch of the Irish Amateur Swimming Association) was established in 2005 as a company limited by guarantee.  Swim Ulster is part of the Swim Ireland family and is recognised by Sport NI as the governing body for aquatic sports in Ulster. A non-profit making company, SU operates within the framework defined in its Memorandum and Articles of Association. These identify the members of the company as being drawn from swimming, water polo, diving and synchronised swimming clubs in Ulster that are affiliated to Swim Ireland. SU has approximately 3,500 members in 40 clubs

Bangor Aurora and Leisure Complex

Swim Ulster offices are located at  Aurora Aquatic & Leisure Complex, Northern Ireland's only 50m Olympic Size Swimming Pool. Aurora Aquatic & Leisure Complex

 

Bangor Aurora Aquatic and Leisure Complex is the new £38m leisure facility at Valentines Playing Fields. Run by the Northern Community Leisure Trust the 50m pool is equipped with a moving floor, and can be adjusted for both length and depth to accommodate a range of uses such as swimming galas, water sports and aqua aerobics.   The leisure pool offers families and range of attractions including NI’s first ever sidewinder slide and flumes. The site also runs a fantastic swimming lesson programme, with over 1,600 pupils, each striving for Swim Ireland accreditation.