Photo: Lizzie Coombes

Superheroes assemble at Bramley Baths this half-term!

21 May 2019

Is it a bird, is it a plane? Or is it a little superhero making a splash in the beautiful setting of historic Bramley Baths this half-term?

Our family-orientated Superheroes Swim is aimed at Clark Kents and Captain Marvels of all ages and features a pool featuring lots of small superhero inflatables set to a booming soundtrack of superhero blockbuster movie.

Bramley Baths CEO Sue Stones said:

“If you love comic books or superhero movies, this is the half-term swim for you! Our Star Wars-themed swims proved really popular last year, and we hope the thoughts of becoming a superhero in our pool will prove great fun for all the family.”

It runs:
• Thursday, 30 May: 1:15 pm – 2:15pm and
• Sunday, 2 June 2019 1:45 pm – 2:45 pm

Admission by booking only by calling into reception or by ringing 0113 256 0949.

Bramley Baths is also running Pirate Treasure Hunts for the adventurous swashbucklers among you, as well as our popular favourites such as Family Fun Swims, and an Inflatable Swim. Just turn up on the day for these.

Check out the full half-term timetable here.

Bramley Baths is a community-led, not-for-profit centre for fitness, health and fun, which houses a public gym, swimming pool, steam room and space for community events, meetings and fitness classes. The Grade II Listed building on Broad Lane been independently run since 2013.

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