Opening Hours


View of the poolThe Wigton Swimming Pool is currently open during the hours shown below.

If you would like to help us choose the best hours for the community, please contact us and let us know what YOU want.

 

 


 

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All swimming lessons and activities start week commencing 18th September

Timetable information and amendments

 

Children’s Swimming Lessons – Monday to Thursday FREE assessments available.

Children’s Pool Parties are available click here for more details

Swimming lessons are available for children. Please contact the Baths for more information.
Tel: 016973 42412

 

Charges for sessions

New Pricing for April 2017 is as follows:

Adults- £3.20

(Early Bird Swims, Adults Only Chilled Swim, Ladies only, General swim, Adults Only, Family Float Sessions)

Please note: Aqua Natal is £3.00 per adult

 

Children- £2.10

(General Swim, Early Bird Swim, Family Float Sessions)

Saturday Special- General Swim £1 per child ONLY when accompanied by an adult!

 

Adult Improvers-

£4.50 per session or 10 sessions for £40.00

Please note: if you have a membership with us it’s £1 per session for adults

(Junior improvers are welcome- £3.00 per session)

 

Junior Improvers (8-16 years)-

£3.00 per session or 10 sessions for £27.00

 

4 Weeks Membership-

£25 for Adults

 

Aquacise-

£4.20 per session or 10 for £40.00

Please note: if you have a membership with us it’s £1 per session for adults

 

Aquababes-

£5.00 per 1 adult and 1 child

£1.00 per additional child

 

Child Admission Policy:

Children under the age of 8 years are permitted to using the opposite sex changing rooms where a responsible person is unavailable to accompany the child in the same sex changing room.

Children aged 0-3 years must be accompanied by a responsible person aged 16 years or over on a ratio of 1 child to 1 adult.

Children aged 4-7 years must be accompanied by a responsible person aged 16 years or over on a ratio of 2 children to 1 adult.

A responsible person aged 16 years or over should accompany all children under 8 years of age by entering the water. Whilst they are in the water, they should maintain a constant watch over the children whom they are responsible for and they should be in close contact with those of their children who are weak or non-swimmers.