Teme Valley Tri hosts a coached swim session lead by Mark Warren at Abberley Hall School on Tuesdays from 6:30 - 7:30pm.
The session costs £5 for members, and £6 for non-members.

There are also 15 minute 1-2-1 sessions available during some of the Tuesday sessions. Check the More Training page for more information.

We also host Open Water Swimming from May through to September (water temperature and daylight depending)
Thursdays 6:00 - 8:00pm and Saturdays 8:00 - 10:00am at University of Worcester Lakeside Campus
Open Water Swimming costs £3 for members, and £5 for non-members

*University of Worcester has now taken over the running of these sessions from TVT and so all swimmers must fill out a new UW waiver form before their first swim.

* The route is now a square and not the 'M' route of previous years. This new course is approximately 600m.

* There is a new sign-in and out procedure. Once you are in your wetsuit and ready to enter the water you MUST collect a swim hat from reception and tell the reception lifeguard your name and hat number. Once you have your hat you are to enter the water immediately as it is a signed-out hat that is an indicator of swimmers currently in the water. For the same reason, once you have finished your swim, you must immediately take your hat back to reception, tell the lifeguard your name and place the hat in the basket. Please do not keep your hat with you while you get changed etc.

* Due to lifeguard rotation regulations set by the RLSS, reception will be unmanned for a short period of time every 20 minutes or so. A sign will indicate this on reception. Please wait until a lifeguard is back on reception duty.

* You do not need to be a TVT member to swim at the lake.

* Wetsuits and the provided swim hats must be worn. Unfortunately we don't have wetsuits for hire.

* The lake is not that deep, only about 1.5m at the deepest point. If you wanted to, you could walk instead of swim around.

We will be setting up coached Open Water Swim sessions with Mark Warren throughout the Open Water season,
keep an eye on the website, twitter feed, and facebook page for updates on these sessions.