Photo: Lizzie Coombes

Easter holiday programme launched at Bramley Baths

3 April 2019

Lots of splash-tacular fun for all the family is promised at community-led Bramley Baths during the Easter holidays.

Fancy a session on the giant inflatable? Wednesday 1.15pm and Thursday 2.15pm each week is an inflatable swim, alongside our usual session on Saturday, April 6 at 1.15pm.

Search for pirate treasure with the underwater pirate treasure hunts on Mondays at 1.15pm and Thursdays at 1pm.

Bramley Baths. Photo: Courtney Harrison

Go searching for underwater Easter eggs on Tuesdays and Fridays at 1.15pm and Sundays at 10am. Take part in a family easter egg hunt and cash-in your treasure for a real chocolate egg to take home!

Join the junior mermaids for week-long Junior Synchronised Swimming course for youngsters aged between eight to 12, which will run each afternoon from Monday, 8 April.

These are creative swimming and water dance courses using synchronised swimming techniques to combine exercise, creativity and fun. The sessions comprise of 30 minutes on land in the activity room followed by an hour in the pool led by experienced aqua dancers Lucy and Zoe.

Children will develop an aqua-batics dance performance to show friends and family at the end of the week. The courses cost £25 per child. Booking essential via reception.

Popular crash courses for tiddlers and tadpoles are also back. They’re a great way for youngsters to build up confidence and ability in the pool and make new friends. Courses run daily over five days and cost £25. Booking essential via reception.

Check out the Bramley Baths timetable here.

Bramley Baths has been community-led since 2013.

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