Friday, 12 September 2014

Woolton Baths Open for Visitors as Part of Liverpool's Heritage Weekend!

WOOLTON BATHS (1893)
Restoration Project
WILL BE OPEN
13th & 14th SEPTEMBER FOR VIEWING DURING NATIONAL HERITAGE DAYS 
ENTRY IS FREE
(Children must be accompanied by an adult)


Woolton Baths, Allerton Road, Woolton Village L25 will be open to members of the public for viewing on 13th & 14th of September staffed by volunteers from 10am to 3pm each day.

There is no charge for entry, but memorabilia will be on sale including collectible dedicated Tea Towels and shoulder bags, and we will be seeking donations for the project. Visitors can see a selection of the congratulatory 120th birthday cards donated by schools / local individuals, Woolton Swimming Club history, displays of engineering work being undertaken and view the pool as well as the rear courtyard where the former UDC fire station was located.

There is an historic link to John and Paul's formative years where both swam in the pool, especially John, who was a regular swimmer. 

Should any visitors have enquiries about opening details etc, please contact Jane Eustance on 0151 428 8128.


WOOLTON VILLAGE RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION, WOOLTON SWIMMING CLUB, SAVE WOOLTON POOL FUND, & THE WOOLTON SOCIETY www.wvra.co.uk

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