The current executive committee structure consists of four executive officers; those being the chairman, vice chairman, club secretary and treasurer. In additional there are 12 role based positions on the committee to represent the key functions and operations of the club. Finally, there are also the positions of President and Vice-President on the executive, but these are non-voting roles.
Each role is based upon a three year term, with new members being elected to the executive committee at the Annual General Meeting each June.
Norman started his involvement with swimming when his eldest daughter joined Taurus 82 swimming club in 1982, and somehow he is still involved nearly 40 years later! Norman has carried out many duties in swimming, including committees, officiating, team managing and coaching and is still Club President and supports the Club in any way that he can.
Like many other volunteers, James first got involved in the City of Hereford Swimming Club through his children, with two girls still swimming competitively at the club. James is a firm believer that time passes quicker volunteering and supporting the club, rather than sitting and watching from the side lines - and would encourage anyone who would like to follow suit to do so, as he's a great example that you don't need to be an ex-Olympian swimmer to help out - even if its only a little bit!
Lisa’s two boys started training at Ross in 2016. As it’s much more fun to help at meets/galas than just watching, Lisa has been a time-keeper for several years. She is now working towards becoming a J1 official.
Coach Liaison Officer
Open Meet Coordinator
Wayne has been involved with the Club since 1997, when his eldest daughter starting swimming with the club. Wayne decided to help poolside at first, rather than sitting in spectator area getting bored and has become more and more involved as time has progressed.
Alana’s two eldest children started swimming with in the club in 2014, over time she now has four children swimming over seven days a week. She first began helping poolside in local galas. Alana chose to take a more useful and active role poolside by undertaking timekeeping, team managing, marshaling and is working towards becoming a J1 official as her children are progressing through the squads.
Ross Liaison Officer
Ali is mum to two young children who both train in Ross, and wanted to do something small for the club, to ensure it continues to provide the excellent training and competition organisation that our whole membership enjoy.
Water Polo Liaison Officer
Dave is no stranger to committee work. He was treasurer of his former water polo club for over 20 years and also had spells as secretary and auditor. He currently represents the water polo section on the committee. He is still looking for a successor so he can have a rest!
Hayley got involved with swimming more than 17 years ago when her daughter joined Ross on Wye as a 5 year old. Her oldest is still swimming in the elite squad in Hereford.
She believes that Clubs wouldn't function without the help of volunteers. Jobs can vary depending on how much time you have to give from assisting on poolside to arranging a bus for a gala.
Trish is the club's welfare officer, taking on the role in March 2021.