Possible later opening times in school holidays - phone pool to enquire.
What are the entry prices?
Day tickets: Adult £4.70, Adult Passport To Leisure £1.65, Over 60 £2.25, Over 60 Passport To Leisure £0.65 Junior £2.25 Junior Passport to Leisure £0.65
Can I get a season ticket?
Yes for 3 months or for the whole of the Lido season.
Can I come and go throughout the day?
Yes if you keep your wristband on.
Can I buy food and drink at the Lido?
There is a cafe serving sandwiches, cakes, fruit, toast, chips, hot dogs etc and tea coffee, hot chocolate and ice creams. The opening times depend on the weather, its best to ring first to check the cafe is open if you are unsure. There are also vending machines.
Can I bring my own food and drink?
Yes you can and there are picnic tables for you as well. Of course you can't bring alcohol into the Lido.
What's the water temperature?
It reflects the outdoor temperature, so if its cold outside its cold in the lido and if its a hot sunny day you get warm water. The temperature varies between 14C and 24C.
What are the changing facilities like?
There are changing rooms and showers attached to the indoor pool. Changing rooms are limited.
Kind we play ball and other games?
Beach Balls (inflatable) can be used in the paddling pool.
Can we use inflatables?
Yes - though they must be less than 1 sq meter. If you bring a dinghy, you aren't allowed paddles.
Do I need a wetsuit on a cold day?
Sometimes the pool temperature drops to 14 degrees. Some hardy swimmers who are used to cold water swimming can swim without wetsuits, but lots of us would rather be a bit warmer, so we wear triathlon suits or surfing wetsuits.
What else is there for the kids to do?
Putting, Tennis and bowls are available in the leisure centre grounds.
Can children come on their own?
Yes if they are 8years or older.
Is there access for people with a disability?
Yes there is ramped access to the grounds and the pool and disabled changing is available too.