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Here are some from past New Year’s Day Swims at Carnlough.
The temperature was a balmy 10 degrees for the New Years Day Spina Bifida swim in Carnlough, one of the warmest in the swim’s thirty-six year history as reflected by one of the swim’s veterans John ‘Smudger’ Smith. However event organiser Billy McIlroy was taking no chances as he wore his winter clothes. BT2-118JC
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Jean Currie and her granddaughters Shanon and Jemma were at the Carnlough swim. BT2-116JC
Julie Barr and her twin daughters Erin and Amy watched the New Year’s Day swim in Carnlough. BT2-115JC
No holding back for this brave pair as they jump off the harbour wall into the cold Carnlough water. BT2-104JC
Megan McClements and Stephanie Rea at the Carnlough swim. BT2-101JC
A large crowd gathered in Carnlough to watch the annual New Years Day swim in Carnlough.
Pic Gavan Caldwell