Welcome to Cirencester Open Air Swimming Pool. Built in 1869 this unique pool offers the chance to swim in natural spring water heated to an average 27°C (80°F).
Located on the edge of Cirencester Park, there is a 28 metre main pool with slide, seperate children's paddling pool, sunbathing patio as well as hot and cold refreshments, picnics welcome.
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(10 - 17 year olds)
|*Child||Available for children aged from 4 to 16 and full time students in possession of a Student pass.|
|*Concession||Available to Senior Citizens on production of proof of State Pension age and for Military with Service ID or Service Dependants pass.|
|Monday, Wednesday, Friday||7.00am - 6:45pm|
|Tuesday, Thursday||7.30am - 6:45pm|
|Saturday||9:00am - 5:45pm|
|Bank Holidays||As Saturday|
|ADULT EVENING SWIM|
|Mon & Weds lanes available, 6.45 - 7.45pm, £3.00|
|FRIDAY YOUTH EVENING|
|Fun & friends for 10-17 year olds, 7.00 - 8.30pm, Only £1|
|Early morning, lunchtime, after 5pm and can be requested at other times!|
Site closes 15 mins after last swim.
Cirencester Open Air Swimming Pool is an outdoor swimming experience in a unique setting, where residents and visitors to Cirencester can enjoy swimming in heated well-water, relaxing on our patio and enjoying refreshments in a beautiful location on the edge of Cirencester Park.
For 15 weeks a year, the loyal committee has been keeping the pool open since May 1973 when Cirencester Town Council was unable to continue its involvement. Without the volunteer Committee, the pool would have closed.
Over the years, the historic site (built in 1869) has left a legacy of many mechanical and structural problems. Thanks to funding from a supportive donor, COASP recently embarked upon a visionary upgrade project to allow the pool to operate in a more economical and efficient way.
Phase One: the new main building, has been completed on time and on budget and we need your donations to help raise £160,000 to complete the rest of the planned work: including improved disability access and pool covers.
£86,200 has been raised so far.
We thank the following Trusts for their kind donations towards the upgrade work:
HDH Wills 1965 Charitable Trust
June Stevens Foundation
|Due to the nature of the historic site the pool surround is uneven and pool shoes are recommended|