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Community choir and band perform festive music at Bramley Baths

Bramley Baths has got a raft of special festive community events to help get you into the Christmas spirit.

People can swim along to festive tunes at two special general swims featuring the Sing Armley Community Choir led by Samantha Stewart and Bramley-based Tutti! Leeds Community Concert Band.

The events feature mulled wine and mince pie afterwards (on a pay as you feel basis). The swim to music events are on:

Sing Armley Community Choir on Friday 6 December @ 6.30pm
Tutti! Leeds Community Concert Band on Wednesday 11 December @ 6.15pm

There’s no need to book.

Santa Swims

And Santa Swims feature festive music in the pool and the chance to see Santa Claus in his North Pole grotto afterwards!

Bramley Baths Elves will put on some festive activities while youngsters wait to see Santa after the swim – and there will be a present for all children attending.

Cost for the swim, activities and Santa is just £5 per child (£4.65 for an adult swim). A family swim for two adults and two children is £15.

The swims are on Saturday, 7 and 14 December, starting at 12.15pm, with a visit to Santa and festive activities after the swim.

Admission is by BOOKING ONLY. Call 0113 256 0949 or call into reception to book.

Bramley Baths chief executive Jayne Young said:

“Want to get into the Christmas spirit with a real splash? You’ll get a warm and friendly welcome here at Bramley Baths.

“We’re really looking forward to having Santa popping by and to the wonderful community choir and band performing live.”

New signs

Sign of the times at Bramley Baths. Finance assistant Charlotte Hill, Chairman John Battle and operations manager Courtney Harrison with one of the the new signs. Photo: John Baron

The community-led facility has today unveiled new signs on either side the Grade II Listed building, which dates back to 1904.

The 6ft wide signs are hand-made out of Accoya wood.

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