Take to the water in Clevedon with a 24 hour swim relay in aid of a national charity.

Level Water provides one-to-one swimming lessons for children with disabilities.

On June 15 and 16, supporters will participate in a 24-hour swim relay at an open venue where they will camp overnight, acquaint themselves with fellow swimmers from all over the UK, and take part in an incredibly unique experience showcasing their stamina and spirit.

The relay is structured so that teams, consisting of up to eight people, will shift every hour.

Teams then swim for the full hour, in a cycle, stretching over a 24-hour period.

All participating teams start and finish each swim concurrently on the hour.

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The event, brimming with the sense of belonging and team spirit, is neither timed nor competitive: it revolves around endurance and longevity.

So, the pace and the number of laps come down to each individual's preference.

Especially in the early hours of the morning when fatigue might creep in, participants are to keep each other cheered on.

Meanwhile, the campsite environment allows everyone to share stories around the campfire, indulge in hot chocolate to keep warm, or simply chat away while watching the sunrise.

The paramount cause behind this unique fundraiser is the national charity, Level Water.

Every single effort put into this event directly raises funds to support swimming lessons for children with disabilities.

That could mean that because of this relay, one day, these children might be able to swim laps alongside their friends or family.

The relay will be the second event taking place in the 24-hour Swim Relays series organised by Level Water.

The other events are scheduled to take place in London, Chelmsford, Cotswolds and Worcester from June to September.

Mark your calendars for an unforgettable and extraordinary experience on June 15 and 16, and help Level Water in using the power of swimming to change lives.

For more details on the event, visit levelwater.org.