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£730raised of £10,000 target by 7 supporters

    Weʼve raised £730 to carry out a Feasibility Study to demonstrate the need for an international 50m swim arena and community pool in the Tees Valley area.

    Tees Valley
    Funded on Tuesday, 6th November 2018

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    The Tees Valley is in need of a first class water based international sports arena AND centrally built Community Pool with easy access links for all.

    A CIC has been set up by people from a swimming back-ground who truly believe that they can make this happen. The Tees Valley International Aquatic Centre (CIC) has been established by Sue Campion and Jackie Dixon-Daley who have essential knowledge in building the business case for such an arena. Firstly, TVIAC needs to raise £10,000 to procure a Feasibility Study to demonstrate commercial viability of such a scheme. Discussions have already been held with sporting consultants and architects and the initial discussions are very promising. The TVIAC needs to back this up with hard figures from the Study to enable the next phase of discussions with potential key stakeholders to take place.

    The delivery of such a scheme will have a significant impact the Tees Valley and the surrounding areas - not just people who are interested in water-based sports, but also businesses associated with tourism and leisure: hotels, eateries and retail.

    The vision is to have :

    1) an international arena which will host regional, national and international events bringing much needed benefits to the local economy.

    2) to have a Community based pool to support all water based sports from ‘Learn to Swim’ schemes to ‘Elite’ athletes; water polo; diving; synchronised swimming; scuba; canoeing; life guarding and triathletes; and would allow public swimming for all denominations. It will help retain our elite athletes and coaches who are leaving the area to find more suitable facilities elsewhere.

    We would love for you to support our vision and donate to this Fundraising page and thank you for reading our story

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      7

      • Shaws

        Shaws

        Jul 17, 2018

        Our little contribution for the pot. 🏊‍♂️🏊‍♂️🏊‍♂️🏊‍♂️🏊‍♂️🏊‍♂️

        £100.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Jul 17, 2018

        Best wishesThe McNiffs

        £100.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Jul 13, 2018

        Best of luck achieving your goal

        £200.00

      • Anthony Hanratty

        Anthony Hanratty

        Jul 13, 2018

        I wish i could give more to this. This is an amazing idea for our area and has my full support! I wish you all the best

        £30.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Jul 10, 2018

        £200.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Jul 10, 2018

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Jul 9, 2018

        Good luck with your venture !

        £50.00

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      Jackie Dixon-Daley & Sue Campion

      Jackie Dixon-Daley & Sue Campion

      Tees Valley

      Co-Directors of Tees Valley International Aquatic Centre, swim -mums, passionate about regenerating the Tees Valley area - with a background in Construction and the dwimming fraternity !

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