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It has always been the intention of this project to keep the existing pool, gym and other facilities open for business whilst construction of the new facility is underway.
However during the high winds on 8 and 9 February 2020 damage was caused to the facility that has led to the pool being closed at present. Other facilities on the site will remain open as normal.
“We apologise for the inconvenience this closure will case many families and regular users of the pool, especially as it comes at half term.
“Our priority is always the safety of both the staff and public who use The Splash. As this is an ageing facility we have commissioned a full survey to assess and ensure the structural integrity of the pool roof prior to our commencing the repairs.
“We anticipate this survey will be conducted in the coming few days. Once the report is back we will have a more accurate idea of when the pool can be reopened.
Please keeping checking on Everyone Active website and social media for the latest updates.
The team at Splash look forward to welcoming you whether you are a member, regular visitor or just looking for an afternoon's fun and fitness. Check out Everyone Active's range of activities to keep you fit and healthy.
If you are coming to Splash please be aware that there is limited parking available on site. However, the Council have provided approximately 45 spaces at Kingsland Engineering (next door to Splash on the Weybourne Road) to ensure that all users of Splash have access to free, convenient parking for their visit to the centre, even during busy periods. Car parking is signposted from the main road with pedestrian access marked to bring you back to the main site.