Disney swim sessions to launch at pools in Arnold, Carlton and Calverton this June

A number of swimming baths across Gedling borough are launching Disney-inspired family fun swim sessions from next month.

The new sessions, which launch on June 1, are designed keep the kids healthy, happy and active over the summer.

Each 45 minute session provides endless family fun and kids learn a key life skill. The sessions are perfect for 3 – 11 year olds and will take place on Saturday mornings.

The sessions launch with Disney/Pixar’s most-loved characters from upcoming release of Toy Story 4 including Buzz and Woody and the rest of the gang.

DISNEY SWIM!Check out our new Disney inspired swim sessions starting in June! Every Saturday at 12:30! Join us for new Disney inspired themed pool adventures, with Disney’s most-loved characters, including Woody and Buzz Lightyear from Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story, Disney’s Mickey Mouse and Friends plus key characters from the upcoming Disney Frozen 2. Each 45 minute session provides endless family fun AND kids learn a key life skill – perfect for 3 – 11 year olds.

Posted by Carlton Forum Leisure Centre on Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Sessions will be available for 12 months and will include further releases from Disney’s Mickey Mouse and Friends in October 2019 and Disney’s Frozen 2 in February 2020.

The sessions will be delivered by a trained Activator and available at the following pools in Gedling borough:

Carlton Forum Leisure Centre

Arnold Leisure Centre

and Calverton Leisure Centre

Session times and prices will vary by location so contact your nearest leisure centre for more details.

You can also sign up on the Swim England website and have the chance of winning Disney goodies in their weekly prize draw.

You can sign up at the Swim England website here:

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