Bob Hunt- Chairman


My swimming club is S.E.A.L.S. (Southend and Leigh swimming club for the disabled)  At present I am their Chairman a position I have held for the last 10 years.

I am a retired Director of Lloyds of London Insurance Brokers and a Freeman of the City of London.

My other interest is cycling and I participate in several charity rides each year.


                         Tracey Kitching - Vice Chairman

I have previously been the social secretary and Chairman of NASCH. I have been with NASCH since 1988.

I am a member of Stevenage Dolphin swimming club and have been since 1974. I am currently their Treasurer.

On a personal level, I am currently working at a lower school in Bedfordshire as a school secretary. I am studying to obtain a level4 qualification to be a school business manager.  


                             David Crafter - Treasurer

I first became involved with the Lion Swimming Club, Eltham, London, through my friendship with two members of the Rainbow Club for Disabled Children who also belonged to the Lion Club.  After many years, I became a helper then when the treasurer retired, I was elected. I used to attend the NASCH Conference and AGM weekend with other members of the Lion
club. About 15 years ago, I was co-opted on to the NASCH Executive Committee with no particular responsibilities, as were three other people. Then at an AGM there was an election for the vice Chairman and I and another co-opted lady
stood for election. I was lucky enough to be elected in 2010. After a few years in that post, I only had to stand in for the Chairman for two meetings. 

In early 2015, the then Treasurer had a severe stroke and was unable to continue in that position. I was asked to take over temporarily. At the next AGM I was elected to the post, a position which I have held ever since.

I have also been a helper at Woodlarks since 1989, first as a club helper, then as Transport Organiser. Later I was asked to be Camp Fire Warden and chief bed-maker. For the last two years, I have also been Deputy Camp Leader to Lorraine.  Multi-tasking is my middle name.



                                   Emily Jones - Hon Secretary

Newly appointed Emily is a member of Terrapins Swimming Club Chester, where she is also the Secretary. Report to follow.


Lorraine Booth - Hon Social Secretary

I have been a member of Chester Terrapins since 1984 and have been on the NASCH committee since 1988. I was the Competitions secretary for many years, then a committee member for 2 years. Then the Social Secretary post became vacant and I was elected to that role. Its a role I really enjoy, I have just finished the Woodlarks Camp things for another year and am busy planning what to do next at camp.



Hon Competitions Secretary

Position vacant, please apply to the committee if you are interested in a job description or applying.


Emma Inglis - Technical Officer

Emma held 3 Helpers Courses last year

 Rosemary O'Leary - Administrator 


I was approached as NASCH Administrator in 1979 following a career in finance at the University of London. 

I have enjoyed contact with the NASCH club secretaries and club members over the years. Woodlarks camp has been a highlight of my summers and I have made many friends there.

I wish NASCH every success in the future.


Michael O'Leary - Co-ordinator


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