We believe outdoor swimming is for everyone. Whoever you are, wherever you are from, you can find fun and friendship by challenging your limits with The Bluetits.
Once Upon A Time, a woman called Sian decided to swim an Ice Mile... and no one could have predicted what happened next. Listen to the tale of how the global movement The Bluetits began, and how it grew to become a community of over 120,000 dippers all over the world.
Shop our favourites
Here's a selection of some of our favourite Bluetit Goodies. Shopping with us helps support our worldwide community of Bluetit Flocks. All the profits from the sale of merchandise are reinvested back into our community.
Bluetits 28L Polka Dot Dry Bag
The Bluetits Navy & Red Fleecy Bobble Beanie
TWF Unisex Aqua Boots
The Bluetit Red Snood
The Bluetit Journal
The Bluetit Cake Toppers
The Bluetits is free for everyone because we believe that access to the outdoors and cold water swimming makes us healthier happier humans, and everyone deserves to be able to experience that.
Whenever you spend money with us, rest assured that all the profits go straight back into supporting our amazing volunteer led communities around the world.
If you'd like to donate to help us keep doing what we we do, well that would be amazing.
The Bluetit Blog
All Bluetit groups are run by volunteer admins, each and every one of whom is simply awesome and has their own Bluetit tale to tell. Here is a tale from Jess Cox, admin of the Ceredigion Bluetits. "I was drawn to cold water swimming...
August's Bluetit Discount Card Giveaway is a chance to win a truly unique bundle from 5 awesome small businesses. Here's a bit about each, and what's up for grabs! Hyggestyle Hyggestyle.co.uk was started by Becci Coombes in 2017. Originally trained as...
July's Bluetit Discount Card Giveaway is a chance to win a brilliant bundle from our friends at Swim Secure!
The bundle of goodies worth approximately £160 includes a high visibility Bubble Swim Cap, a Selkie Change Robe and a Tow Donut to hold all your valuables in.
Here is a piece from them about their impact on safer swimming. Over to them!