The Chestnut Appeal for Prostate Cancer is holding its eighth annual swim around Burgh Island on Sunday 7th October with a swim time around 11am.
The Burgh Island swim in South Devon is one of the most spectacular Round Island swims in the UK and is an excellent chance to take part in an iconic swim around the Island made famous as a favourite getaway for Agatha Christie and where she found inspiration for her novel ‘And Then There Were None’.
The Burgh Island swim is suitable for those who can swim a mile in the pool and have experience of Open Water Swimming.
Safety is always our top priority and as with all the Chestnut Appeal swims the Burgh Island swim will be supported by the team from Event Water Safety. EWS will provide all the necessary craft, lifeguards and expert cover for the swim.
To date the Burgh Island swim has raised over £110,000 for the Chestnut Appeal.