Which UK sport is right for the whole family?
It is an odd position to be in for a sport, one which is a staple of most families and which requires little maintenance.
But it is an important one.
Swimming is a popular sport for many families, with around two million adults participating in the sport each year, and a further 200 million participating in outdoor activities, such as kayaking and boating.
Swimming has become an essential part of the British public calendar, with many sports calendars including summertime swims and family holidays.
It has also become an important sport for families and, with it, a significant source of income.
While it is possible to play any sport, swimming is the most popular sport.
The BBC Sport Swimming programme, which will be launched in the coming weeks, will include interviews with people who have taken part in the world’s most popular recreational sport, from children to adults, and will also feature a look at how people can become swimmers.
In the meantime, there are plenty of other things you can do with your kids, such a weekend trip to a local park, or a swim.
For those looking for something different to play, the BBC Sport Interactive Swimming page offers a wide range of interactive activities for children, ranging from a family game of fetch to a fun, interactive learning game for younger children.
For those who can’t afford to take a holiday, the National Trust offers some of the most affordable and enjoyable holidays on offer in the UK.
This includes family holidays to the Isle of Skye, or the Great British Isles.
For more information, visit www.nswc.org.uk.