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Welcome to Stamford Bridge Community Pool


 

The facilities at Stamford Bridge Community pool are managed by a team of vounteers, and supported entirely by fundraising and pool hire.

The Pool is owned by PACT (Parents and Carers Together) and does not receive any money from School or the Council towards the running costs.

The pool provides swimming lessons for the school children, as well as public swimming sessions, private hire and private swim schools.

If you want to get involved or feel that you could spare a small amount of time to help, we would love to hear from you.

*** PLEASE REMOVE OUTDOOR FOOTWEAR BEFORE ENTERING THE CHANGING ROOMS ***

URGENT HELP NEEDED!!

We urgently need new committee members to keep the pool running, particularly anyone who could help the team who organise the bookings. Without more help those who have run it for the last 4 years are going to find it difficult to carry on and that could jeopardise the operation of the pool. There are lots of jobs, some large some small, that need to be done to ensure that the pool is available for the children to learn to swim, There is a list of some of those jobs below

 

Take a turn with the booking diary and the pool mobile phone and email

 

Be the responsible adult at open swimming sessions (take the money and support the lifeguard) We have a rota of helpers

 

General Admin including notices to the Link, insurance etc etc

 

Look for funding to maintain and improve the pool, general fundraising

 

Pay in cash and cheques to the bank

 

Make posters and distribute to all the notice boards and shops etc

 

Recruit others to help

 

Bake, help with refreshments at events

 

Inform the press and radio or any events taking place

 

Train to be a lifeguard so that we can open at more times, we organise the training

 

Helping with the everyday maintenance of the pool. (We currently have several excellent people who do the work but more assistance would be welcome.