swimming baths


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swimming baths

npl (Brit) → piscina pubblica
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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.
please make a lot of kids happy Emily-Jo Jackson We moved our two children here about 8 weeks ago from another swimming baths. We are absolutely gutted about it closing.
It's a far cry from the age before the wholesale arrival of municipal swimming baths around the towns and cities of the nation in the decades of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
S Burley Llanrumney, Cardiff Some background on swimming baths ROGER Stone (Echo Letters, January 18) writes: "There has been much coverage relating to the possible demolition of buildings in Guildford Crescent Cardiff, but no mention of the swimming baths there once frequented by generations of schoolchildren in its day.'' Apparently, he couldn't have read my Echo Cardiff Remembered column's Brian's Blast from the Past piece (January 4) in which I told how the swimming baths where I and thousands of other Cardiffians learned to swim had opened in 1896 and closed in 1984 when it was sadly demolished to make way for a car park.
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?
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.