By John Baron
Bramley Baths is asking people to help shape the future of its Russian steam room, which has been closed for the past three years.
The steam room at the community led enterprise has not been open since the first Covid 19 lockdown in early 2020 and is in need of major investment.
Bramley Baths business development manager, Helen Whiteley, is holding a drop in session on Tuesday, 28 February, from 10am to 11am, to give people a chance to have their say on how they’d like the space to be used and explore different ideas.
A short questionnaire – which can be found here – can also be completed.
The Baths posted on social media: “We are looking into plans for redeveloping the Russian Steam Room and welcome your ideas.
“Your answers really do contribute when we are looking for funding opportunities for projects, such as the steam room.”
As well as the pool, the Grade II Listed building on Broad Lane also houses a recently refurbished gym and studio space where various classes are held.
Baths bosses are also looking for ideas to develop the community garden area. A questionnaire can be found here.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Baths being run as a community led social enterprise. The Baths are Edwardian and date back to 1904.