Club News


Congratulations to Roisin Ramsay who competed for Scotland at the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas at the end of July. Roisin was the youngest athlete on Team Scotland and participated in two individual events and a relay. Roisin made the final of the 400m Freestyle, finishing 7th, and was apart of the 4x200 Freestyle mixed relay which finished in 5th place.

The 2017-2018 Meet Calendar is now available. 

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With over 3,200 shops and sites on board including Amazon, eBay, John Lewis, Sainsbury’s, Virgin Trains and Aviva, you can get donations on everything from your weekly shop to your annual holiday and it doesn't cost a penny extra!
Plus, if you join and support Warrender Baths Club we’ll get an extra 50p when you raise your first donation.
It's really simple, all you have to do is:
2. Every time you want to shop go to easyfundraising, find the site you want and start shopping
3. When you check out, Warrender Baths Club gets a donation for no extra cost whatsoever!
The shops and sites give easyfundraising a percentage of what you spend and they turn that into a donation, it’s that easy. There’s no catch or hidden charges and Warrender Baths Club will be really grateful for your donations. We have over the last few years been able to raise over £1500.

We are very saddened to let you know that Hammy Smith passed away yesterday, Monday 3rd July, after a short fight with lung cancer.  Hammy has been a titan of the Scottish Swimming scene for over 60 years, firstly as an international swimmer himself and then as a much respected club and national coach, as well as a mentor and friend to so many in the swimming family across the world.  

In recent years’ he has been a linchpin of a rejuvenated Warrender Baths Club with his enthusiasm and passion for the club and swimming in general undimmed; coaching young swimmers even up until last year, passing on those years of experience and inspiring to the next generation.

He will be sadly missed by all in the Club and the wider swimming family; and our thoughts are with Frances, Neil and Andrew at this time.


Jackie Lawrie

President WBC