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Between Monday April 23 and Sunday April 29, schools, companies and the public will be taking their turn at swimming a few laps in one of three pools in Malta in order to raise money for leading NGO Inspire – The Foundation for Inclusion.

Swimmers can choose to swim in Inspire’s indoor pool in Marsascala, the MFA indoor pool or the KMS national pool at tal-Qroqq. The Kinder Swimathon will see school children spend an alternative hour to sitting at their desks in a classroom, in a swimming pool.

The Kinder Swimathon is a great outing opportunity for schools looking to encourage their students to lead a healthy lifestyle and take part in various sports disciplines. Furthermore, we are introducing a new element to the activity whereby all children attending shall also be treated to some exciting demonstrations on water-based experiments before their swimming session, making the activity an educational one too!

This event was made possible thanks to the valued support of P. Cutajar & Co. Ltd, Kunsill Malti g─žall-iSport and Malta Football Association.

For more information or to book please Sarah Pace on 2189 0000 or e-mail sarah.pace@inspire.org.mt.

 

 

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