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Swimming admission policy

What you can and can't do

  • All children aged 5 months to 7 years must be accompanied in the water by an adult (aged 16 and over) at a maximum ratio of one adult to two children
  • Babies must be at least 5 months old
  • Non-swimmers must stay in the designated non-swimmer  areas (i.e. learner pool and shallow end of the main pool) Children must wear approved armbands (BSNE/kite marked) if they cannot stand in these  areas
  • Adults must ensure that they supervise children properly, keeping them within eye contact and within reach at all times
  • All child non-swimmers of any age must be accompanied in the water by a competent adult swimmer at a maximum ratio of one adult to two children
  • Children aged 8 years and over may swim unaccompanied if they are competent swimmers (can swim 25 metres easily and with a recognised stroke)
  • Strictly no diving in the pools at any time
  • No glass containers or alcohol are to be brought on to the premises
  • The use of cameras, video equipment and camera phones is prohibited except with prior permission of the Duty Manager
  • Dress code - please do not wear cut off denims, diving masks, snorkels or flippers
  • Admission to pools will be refused to people under the influence of alcohol or drugs, people previously forbidden entry for breaking pool rules, theft or vandalism
  • If you have a medical condition please seek prior approval from your doctor before your visit
  • The Manager/Duty Manager has the right to refuse admission to any person

Last updated Wednesday, 6th September 2017

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