We are pleased to have had our book reviewed by SAys Happy Mums.
"Collected in 50 Metres: Our Swimming Pools are stories of the new, old and those pools that are no longer serving the public. The stories are from people who used the pools at one point of their life or another. Pool staffs and lifeguards shared their own stories too. It’s an endearing read and also very interesting to find out how the swimming pools have actually changed people’s life. Published by Kucinta Books and supported by the SG50 Celebration Fund, 50 Metres: Our Swimming Pools is a keeper and is totally wonderful and meaningful."
Click on the link to read the full review: https://sayshappymums.wordpress.com/2015/10/07/review-giveaway-50-metres-our-swimming-pools/
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(p37) Neo Chwee Kok trained at the Chinese Swimming Club, not Farrer Swimming Complex.
(pp172–173) The images of the Singapore Swimming Club are from old postcards in our collection; images courtesy of Lim Kheng Chye.