Making a splash for a good cause is the name of the game at Melbourn Sports Centre

PUBLISHED: 17:06 29 March 2016 | UPDATED: 17:06 29 March 2016

Keen swimmers took part in the fundraiser.

Keen swimmers took part in the fundraiser.


Swimmers of all ages and abilities made a splash for charity as they completed the Swimathon at Melbourn Sports Centre.

Swimmers of all abilities took part.Swimmers of all abilities took part.

Participants helped to raise money for Sport Relief through Swimathon’s established 1.5k, 2.5k and 5k distance challenges.

The sports centre at Melbourn Village College was one of more than 600 pools nationwide hosting Swimathon events under the Sport Relief banner.

Manager Graham Johnson-Mack said: “It was fantastic to see so many people in our community getting in the pool for this fundraising challenge. People taking part seemed to have fun, as well as raising money for a great cause.”

You can find out more about activities on offer at the sports centre by visiting


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