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Public entry to the Great North Swim has now opened. To sign up, please visit www.greatswim.org| then join Team Macmillan| to receive your fundraising pack.
The Great North Swim is an open water swim in Lake Windermere with various distances available - ranging from half a mile to 5km. Thousands of swimmers of all abilities flock to Cumbria to test themselves against the stunning backdrop of the Lake District.
Now in its fifth year, it's already established itself as a firm favourite – having been voted the world’s fifth best open water swim.
Get your own place now at www.greatswim.org.uk| or enter for free with a Guaranteed Charity Place| (minimum sponsorship applies).
One in three of us will get cancer and it’s the toughest fight most of us will ever face. By joining Team Macmillan in a fundraising event you're helping support people and their families living with cancer.
So why not sign up for a swim today| and make a difference to the lives of people affected by cancer across the UK. Get your own place or sign up to one of our Guaranteed Places|.
Get your place today at www.greatswim.org| then join Team Macmillan| and get ready to make a huge splash.
When it comes to support, there's no competition. Find out everything you need to know about entering, training and completing the swim.
Great day out, excellent atmosphere, good way to get fit all whilst doing something positive for an amazing charity! Team Macmillan swimmer, Great North Swim
Great day out, excellent atmosphere, good way to get fit all whilst doing something positive for an amazing charity!
Team Macmillan swimmer, Great North Swim
Every donation, no matter how large or small, will help change the lives of people affected by cancer in the UK.
Swimming is a great way to raise money for Macmillan. And it's great fun. Here is some information to help you prepare for your swim.
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