Crawley Town Lifesaving Club

Crawley Town Lifesaving Club aims to promote the public safety aspects of life-saving as well as enjoying the activity as a competitive sport. The club began in 1964 as a section of Crawley Swimming Club, and achieved its first World Championship representative in 1978.

Crawley Town Lifesaving Club is affiliated to:

The club offers training towards RLSS qualifications.


Annual senior membership costs £16. There are separate entry fees to various competitions and to membership of the RLSS and SLSA.


The club meets on Tuesday evenings at the K2 Leisure Centre swimming pool.

During the summer the club trains in open water at Southwater Country Park:

Southwater Watersports Centre
Cripplegate Lane
West Sussex
RH13 7UN