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swimming bath

an indoor swimming pool
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The owners were faced with the changing social habits of the public, poor summers and fierce competition from Coventry's new central swimming baths.
Hexham House, on Gilesgate overlooking the bowling green and gardens, is currently unused, while a new swimming baths has been built in the Wentworth Leisure Centre and the former baths building opposite Hexham House is open to offers.
Members of the Elvet Residents Association fought plans to protect Racecourse Park, including the former bowling green, and any of the green space east of the wall bordering the swimming baths car park wall on Elvet Waterside.
Officials in Barking appear to be living up to their name by imposing bizarre health and safety rules at swimming baths.
In his concert at Ynysangharad Park a couple of years ago, Tom Jones made much of the many enjoyable times he had spent at the nearby swimming baths.
She has started lessons twice a week at her local swimming baths.
Deborah died in hospital after emergency surgery for head injuries following her fall at city swimming baths.
COUNCIL chiefs in Wirral say they have been forced to think again over the future of a swimming baths slated for demolition - after heritage bosses made it a Grade II listed building.
Parents were advised that children under 10 should not be allowed in swimming baths and other public buildings without adult supervision.
sport centre which are being closed THE end has come both the swimming baths and the Coventry sport centre which are being closed down.
Simon's swim will be taking place at Moseley Road Baths, an Edwardian era swimming baths built in 1907.
THEY'RE used to handling large volumes of water - but one of the unfortunate victims of local flooding was a community swimming baths.