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Spooky half-term times at Bramley Baths

Come and dip your toe in the haunted waters of historic Bramley Baths this half-term, if you dare!

The spook-tacular Monsters Ball Disco Dip is a Hallowe’en-themed treat at the Leeds-based Edwardian pool on Friday, October 25 at 6.30pm.

Spooky Hallowe’en music will give you goosebumps under the atmospheric disco lights – and there will be a pool full of creepy ghost, skeleton and pumpkin inflatables.

At the end of the night, you can walk through our garden graveyard and collect treats amongst the ghoulish gravestones…

Bramley Baths CEO Jayne Young said the evening promises fun for all the family. She added:

“Here at Bramley Baths we have a long tradition of scaring up a real treat for Hallowe’en and this year is no different.

“Our Monster’s Ball is sure to prove popular with youngsters and families – with a pool full of spooky Hallowe’en inflatables and our disco lights dimmed low, this is a great way to have some Hallowe’en fun!”

Booking only via reception or on 0113 256 0949 or Normal prices apply, or try a family swim for just £10.

The Baths has also got a whole host of Hallowe’en activities planned over half-term, including a Skeleton Scavenge (where you race against fellow bone hunters to find bones at the bottom of our pool) and Hallowe’en Fun Swim (with Hallowe’en inflatable toys).

And staff will also be judging the results of the pumpkin-carving competition on Hallowe’en eve.

If you’re lucky you might even catch a glimpse of Bramley Baths’ own resident ghost, nicknamed Bob by staff. Bob is said to haunt the building, which dates back to 1904.

Check out the BB half-term timetable here.


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