Why yes, I said, but the fact is that when a man is out of his depth, whether he has fallen into a little swimming bath
or into mid-ocean, he has to swim all the same.
There was an existing swimming bath
and changing block in the lakeside park (the Slotssobad, castle's lake baths).
Ryton had been the only open-air public swimming bath
in Coventry for more than three years after the Leicester owners of the Kenpas in Green Lane decided to close.
The baths opened for public use on July 8, 1852 with one swimming bath
, two first class, and four second class private baths for females, and four first class and nine second class for males.
Or the cinema on the corner of the High Street and high diving board at Tudor Grange swimming baths
When will Birmingham City Council see that the swimming baths
in Moseley, which are probably a better example of this period, should be restored?
THE aesthetically beautiful Northfield swimming baths
are on death row.
I use the Wirral swimming baths
, to hopefully, keep myself fit.
SO Councillor Kevin Maton says that the Coventry Swimming Baths
50m pool no longer fails to attract swimmers from far and wide.
Mr Smith said that he remembered going to the baths as a child growing up in the nearby Billybanks estate, "It was the swimming baths
when I was a child and I don't know anybody that didn't go there on a Saturday morning to go swimming," he said.
The Northumberland County Council-owned Prospect House, Hexham House, Old Grammar School and Old Swimming Baths
, estimated to be worth around pounds 4m in all, are up for sale as the authority tries to raise much-needed money during the financial crunch.
It's likely the sea lions will agree with the adage of swimming baths
- 'Please don't pee in our pool, we don't swim in your toilet.'