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After careful consideration, we have taken the decision to establish the London City Swim as a biennial event. Circumstances beyond our control mean we have not been able to secure the safe venue of choice for London City Swim 2019.
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Every great occasion of celebration in our journey to smash Motor Neurone Disease must necessarily be tinged with sadness when we lose another champion; today we say a loving farewell to John Foster, whose battle ended peacefully this morning. John swam with us last year at the first London City Swim and was to swim...
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London City Swim 18 was fantastic and we had raised over £100,000 by this morning.
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We have been talking to people about their reasons for doing London City Swim. This week as we count down to the event, we talk to Alison Maskell, whose father Tony died from MND.
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Each week we talk to one person involved in London City Swim to find out their story, why they are involved and what they hope London City Swim will achieve.This week we meet Kai Balder, whose role in controlling the financial structure of the event meant that last year, every penny of the £130,000 of...
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About

London City Swim is a charity swim in London’s famous Docklands and will be returning in 2020.

The swim brings together hundreds of City swimmers who want to make a difference by raising funds to smash motor neurone disease (MND).

London City Swim

Sovereign House
212-224 Shaftesbury Avenue
London WC2H 8HQ

Registered Charity Number: 1171676