Opening Times and Prices

As the schools officially go back on the 4th, the pool closes for the season on Sunday 3rd. Thank you for you custom and we hope to see you next year.

School Holiday opening Times 15th July – 3rd September

 9.15am -
- 11am
- 1pm
- 2pm
- 4pm
- 4.30pm
- 6.30pm
- 7.30pm
MondayClosedPublicClosedPublicClosedPublicLane Swim
TuesdayClosedPublicClosedPublicClosedPublicLane Swim
WednesdayAquafitLane SwimPublicClosedPublicClosedInflatable
Lane Swim
ThursdayClosedPublicClosedPublicClosedPublicLane Swim
FridayClosedPublicClosedPublicClosedPublicLane Swim
SaturdayLane Swim
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The water must be vacated 15 minutes before closing time.


Entry Prices

Standard Prices (Subject to revision)

Child (3-15 yrs)£2.75
Concession Swimmers£3.25
Family Ticket (2+2, 1+3)£11.50
Sauna (when available)
Please tell staff on arrival as Sauna takes time to warm up
Day Ticket3 swims for the price of 2 sessions
Saver Ticket10 swims for the price of 8

All prices correct as of April 2017



Admission Policy

  • All children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by a responsible person aged 16 years or above and on a ratio of no more than 1 adult to 2 children.
  • The responsible person must go into and remain in the water with the child or children that they are accompanying for the entire time that the child/children are in the water.
  • Whilst in the pool the responsible person must maintain constant supervision over the child/children that they are responsible for.
  • If the Child/children are weak or non-swimmers the responsible person must be in close contact with them.
  • In accordance with the guidelines set by the Chartered Institute of the Management of Sports and Physical Activity (CIMSPA) and our risk assessments we enforce the following:
    • Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied into the water at all times by a responsible adult (over 16 years) with a ratio of no more than 1 adult to 2 children.
    • Children under the age of 4 years must be accompanied into the pool by a responsible adult on a ratio of 1 adult to 1 child. However, the ratio becomes 1 adult to 2 children in the event that EVERY child is wearing suitable buoyancy aids.

Suitable buoyancy aids are those that fully support the child’s weight in the water and remain secure both in and out of the water.

Customers may be asked to remove any fun inflatables not constituting a buoyancy aid if the bather number reaches or exceeds 60 people.

Lifeguards will request a swim test for children entering the deep end of the pool if they appear to lack confidence or have not demonstrated the required skills.