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A Winter Shower

Jack Snelling, President of the South London Swimming Club in the early 1990s, takes a shower after his winter swim!

A Winter Shower

Ice Skaters

Frank Sims (left) and Jack Snelling take to their ice-skates to clear the snow from a completely frozen lido. The photograph was taken in the 1970s.

Ice Skaters

Winter Swimming 1985

South London Swimming Club President Jack Snelling prepares to dive into a snowy and icy lido in the winter of 1985. Visible in the background is the red-brick pump-room and part of the old entrance which was ...

Winter Swimming 1985

Christmas Day 1986

South London Swimming Club member Ann Hannaford is presented with the Kinnaird Cup by club President Jack Snelling after winning the ladies' Christmas Day race 1986.

Christmas Day 1986

Christmas Day 1984

The Burton Cup is presented to South London Swimming Club member Jim Eldridge (right) by the Club's President, Jack Snelling (left). The men's Christmas Day race is over 2 widths of the pool (67 yards).

Christmas Day 1984

Christmas Day 1985

South London Swimming Club member Bertie Charlton (left) is presented with the Burton Cup by club President Jack Snelling after winning the men's Christmas Day race 1985. The men traditionally race over 2 widt...

Christmas Day 1985

South London Four

A group of South London Swimming Club members formed the South London Four in the 1920s and put on entertainments at local swimming-pools. This photograph appears to be a 1960s version. From left: Roy Turner,...

South London Four

Our Jack's Half Mile

Nell Snelling, the widow of former South London Swimming Club President, Jack Snelling, presents the "Our Jack's Half Mile" trophy in memory of her husband. Trophy established 1997. In photo (L to R) Chris Gor...

Our Jack's Half Mile
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