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dc.contributor.authorBolton, Nicola
dc.contributor.authorMartin, Steve
dc.contributor.authorAnderson, Melissa
dc.contributor.authorSmith, Bev
dc.contributor.authorJennings, Chris
dc.identifier.citationSports Council for Wales (2008), Free Swimming: An Evaluation of the Welsh Assembly Government’s Initiative.en_US
dc.descriptionReport freely available at:
dc.description.abstractFree swimming in Wales is a Welsh Assembly Government initiative comprising two separate, but related schemes. Free entitlement has been offered, on a pilot basis, since the summer of 2003 to those aged 16 and under during school holidays. A second pilot scheme has operated since November 2004, offering free swimming to the 60+ age group outside the school holidays. The Free Swimming Initiative (FSI) in Wales has been evaluated since November 2004. The evaluation has been led by a team of researchers from Cardiff School of Sport, UWIC and overseen by the Free Swimming Evaluation Steering Group, chaired by the Sports Council for Wales. In addition to this final report, the evaluation team has produced five interim reports and a summary report.
dc.publisherSports Council for Wales
dc.titleFree Swimming: An Evaluation of the Welsh Assembly Government’s Initiativeen_US

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