About Get Grenada Swimming
Grenada is an island country in the Caribbean about 100 miles north of Venezuela.
Like other Caribbean countries many National Grenadians, children and adults, cannot swim (estimated at over 85%) resulting in unfortunate drownings.
The Get Grenada Swimming is a 5-year program designed to teach 8,000 children to swim by 2021. As of December 2020 we have taught over 7,000 children to swim.
The programme has three strategic parts:
Free lessons are held for children and adults at
11 different locations around Grenada.
Lessons are every Saturday
(and in Petite Martinique include Sundays too.)
See below for details.
St. Patrick, Bathway 9 am – 11 am
David/Linda Wright 442-0495
St. Patrick, Sauteurs Break Water 9 am-10 am
Damani Bruno 410-2394
St. Davids, Grenada Marine, Corinth 9-11 am
Catherine John 459-2393
St. Georges, Grand Anse 9-11 am in front of Umbrellas
Deb Eastwood 404-5237
St. Georges, BBC Beach 1 pm-3 pm
Rachel Modest 456-9480
St. Georges, Grand Mal 10 am - 12 pm
in front of the Go Cool Steps
Came Roberts 417-8399
St. Johns, Gouyave 12 pm-2 pm in front of the fish market
Sharm Ashton 422-9893
St. Mark, Waltham Beach (North of Gouyave) 2 pm – 4 pm
Korah Ashby 410-0208
St. Andrew, Birch Grove, 9 am – 11 am
Lovell Alexander 416-1226
Saturdays, Morang Beach, 10 am - 12 pm
and Sundays, 1 pm - 2 pm - Mary Benjamin 421-6650
St. Paul, Good Hope Pool 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Samira McQueen, 415-9325
Carriacou, Lumbadive-Tyrell Bay 2:00 PM - 3:00 Pm
Diane Martino, 415-9325
Carriacou, Windward Lesley McIntosh 538-6334
Cabier Beach, Crochu, St. Andrews 9 am - 10 am
Abigal Fletcher, 449-6091 WhatsApp Only
After School free swim programmes are currently on hold until the Ministry of Education allows continuation.
Before the shutdown, we had programmes in the following schools. If you are interested in setting up a school programme, call Deb Eastwood at 404-5237.
St. Louis RC
Limes Mennonite School
Mt. Rose SDA