What is Swim Safe?
Swim safe is a program made up of a partnership between the RNLI and Swim England UK; otherwise known as the Amateur Swimming Association or ASA.
RNLI is the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, a charity registered in England andWales (209603), and Scotland (SC037736), with registered Charity number 20003326 in the Republic of Ireland.
The Amateur Swimming Association (Swim England) Ltd. is a Company limited by guarantee with charitable status registered in England and Wales, with registered charity number (1175603) and registered company number (10931571).
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