Lyn Fenby


Mandy Dennis
My son Thomas joined swimming club several years ago and I've gradually got involved, learning what galas are all about and joining the friendly bunch of supporters. My husband and I run J.D. Photography and I have a book-keeping/accounts background.


Abi Baron

Welfare Officer

Patsy Lewis


Jane Redfern

Competition Secretary

Susan Harrison
I've been involved in TWHST since both my daughters originally joined the club in 2005.  I volunteer as a coach and competition secretary and am a qualified Level 2 Judge (J2). I swim with the TWHST Masters on a Saturday morning and enjoy open water swimming through the summer. I'm at the pool very frequently and available to discuss forthcoming galas and help advise on which events to enter.



Administrator f

Swim Mark Co-ordinator

Julian Shepherd

Head Coach

Ken Smith

Appointed Head Coach in June 2015.

Committee Member

Peter Fish

Committee Member

Jill Dale
I first got involved in swimming club when my son Noah started swimming, and was quickly persuaded to join the committee.  My roles include teaching, ordering swim club merchandise and social/fundraising events.

Committee Member

Andy Cowling

Boys Club Captain

Noah Dale
Elected Club Captain 2017 and 2018

Girls Club Captain

Crompton Amy
Elected 2018

Asst. Competition Secretary

Julian Shepherd

Membership Secretary

Dom Ainger

Committee member

Andy Hudson

Membership secretary

Jo Waterworth

Committe Member

Karen Dale-Wood


Sandra Marshall

Vice chair

Anne Norton

I have been part of the swimming club since 2010, when both my boys joined. I quickly got roped in as welfare officer, before becoming chair in 2014. After four years as chair, I have now taken the role of vice chair. My son Archie swims in the A squad. Swimming is a huge part of his life- which means it is a huge part of mine too! Outside the club, I am a veterinary surgeon, a runner and a musician, as well as spending a lot of time on the side of rivers supporting Archie’s older brother whose sport is rowing. Water seems to be a feature in our lives one way or another!

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