About Jimena de la Frontera, the province of Cadiz and Spain as a whole, focused on this small village in the mountains

Council announces swimming lessons

IMG_7122 (Press release) The Department of Sports announces its summer swimming lessons programme that start on June 30th at the municipal pool. Children’s lessons are aimed at 4 to 12 year olds, with a cost of €18, which must be paid into the bank prior to June 23rd. Registration forms with instructions can be obtained from the Town Hall or at municipal offices and groups will be defined on June 25th. Lessons for adults>

will be in morning or evening sessions four days a week. Registration for these will cost €15, except for those who are taking part in the municipal Health and Sport programmes, for whom it is free.


  Jan wrote @

Thanks for the information. What are the Municipal Health and Sports programmes please? Can anyone join in? Any idea when the pool will be open to the public?

  prospero wrote @

Those programmes are open to pensioners only. You can find out more at the Town Hall. The pool is usually opened shortly after school breaks up, on June 22nd this year.

  linda alexander wrote @

Are there any other clubs/activities planned for the children over the summer holidays,in Jimena or surronding areas?

  prospero wrote @

There usually are but we haven’t heard of any yet. It could be that these may be curtailed this year. We will announce anything we hear about.

  Alberto Saro wrote @

Is there any chance of organising lanes for people to do swimming training/exercise or have the pool open earlier/later for this activity to take place.
If anyone knows who to get intouch with or if anyone else is interested we could enquire on mass. Thanks.

  prospero wrote @

All your answers might turn into prayers, but try calling the Town Hall 956 640 254 or 255.

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