A 1973 built 33.3m swimming pool that's rather annoyingly, not quite close enough to my house.
Posts about "swimming"
For the first time in five months, I've been back in a swimming pool. It's different, but oh so very much needed.
Wales! England! Scotland! Swimming pools!
A brief history of local government, Olympians and Paralympians, No Diving signs and an in-depth discussion on swimming pool design changes since the 1980s.
I know! Even MORE about all the swimming pools I've been to! It's just mad! But this one talks about youth, bright blue walls, wave machines, and more. What else could you ask for?
Don't say you didn't think this one was coming. Especially not after an extensive blog post about how I track all the swimming I do. Yes, it's every swimming pool I've been in since 2015! Well, in London anyway.
On Monday 6 April 2015 I went swimming. I swam 70 lengths, in a 25m pool. Later that week I went another three times, and swam an additional 180 lengths. In total I swam a distance 6.25km. How do I know? Well...
Opened in 1906 as Tooting Bathing-Lake, the Lido is one of Britain's oldest outdoor swimming pools and took on much of its current form in the 1930s when changing rooms and a cafe were added.