08 May 2021
James Norton, first Serpentine race winner in fourteen months.
A morning when it seemed wetter out than in!
03 May 2021
01 May 2021
Saturday's race would have been over 440 yards (400m) for the Maurice Ferris cup with prizes presented by past President and club Archivist and Historian Mike Olizar.
Plus a little bit on the Polish history of the club.
24 Apr 2021
From 1936 Hitler's Berlin to walking off with the wrong trousers, with much in-between.
17 Apr 2021
Tony Cuthbert, the man who wrote the club anthem: "In the duck poo, that's what we do, come on in the water's fine. You are in my heart forever, oh my darling Serpentine".
12 Apr 2021
Remembering Alan Lacy, last of the club's WW2 generation and Clary Reed, who virtually singlehandedly kept the club going during the war.
10 Apr 2021
A great thank you to the Serpentine swimmers who gave their enrgies to remove waste and dirty gunk from the Serpentine.
03 Apr 2021
Thomas family memories dating back to the 1930s. Plus some detail on the threats the club faced in the 1980s and 90s.