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Enter the Outdoor Swimming Society’s prize draw

The Outdoor Swimmer Society has some incredible prizes on offer for their Christmas Cracker Crowdfunder, including an ice bath, a swim holiday in Greece and a guided swimming weekend in the Lake District

The Outdoor Swimmer Society (OSS) has launched their Christmas Cracker Crowdfunder with some incredible prizes on offer, including an ice bath, a swim holiday in Greece and guided swimming weekend in the Lake District.

The OSS is just over halfway to their fundraising target of £20,000, which will help the volunteer-led organisation continue to run their 200,000-strong community, their free monthly journal, website and right-to-swim campaign.

Community spirit

“We have raised over £12,000 so far – however, we still have a way to go,” says the OSS team. “Millions of swimmers furthered their swimming lives through us last year. We are proud to provide a space, for free, to protect the heart and soul of free outdoor swimming. We mostly achieve this by volunteering, but every now and again we need your help! And there’s a 1 in 100 chance of winning some fabulous prizes!”

Pledges to the crowdfunder start at £5, and entrants will entered into a prize draw with rewards including a group snorkeling session, Dart 10K tickets, a weekend in an Ullswater hotel (with swim coaching and guiding), and specialist wetsuits: all prizes tailored for the adventurous, water-loving, and environmentally-minded outdoor swimmer.

To enter the OSS Christmas Cracker prize draw, click here: crowdfunder.co.uk/p/the-outdoor-swimming-society

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Abi writes swimming news stories and features for the Outdoor Swimmer website and manages the social media channels. She loves to swim, run, hike and SUP close to her home in Herefordshire. While she’s a keen wild swimmer, Abi is new to the world of open water events and recently completed her first open water mile. She has previously written for The Guardian, BBC Countryfile Magazine, BBC History Magazine and Ernest Journal.