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JUST £30 P/M
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Come and swim in the only indoor, 50 metre, 8 lane Olympic sized pool in Surrey! Our pool is open to both members and non-members, adults and children, enabling you to access 25m and 50m lane swimming, private and group swimming lessons, family swimming time as well as aquatics fitness sessions.
We run the popular Swim Academy programme that gives children and adults the skills and confidence they need to enjoy themselves in the water. If you are already a proficient swimmer but keen to improve, our team of coaches from Guildford City Swim Club are on-hand to help.
Our swim programme has something for everyone.
Our world-class swimming pool is open to everyone and offers flexible and value for money options for people of all ages to enjoy the health benefits of swimming. Our varied pool timetable offers the opportunity for families to swim together during their leisure time and for swimmers to enjoy lane swimming in our 25m and 50m course. Members and guests can also access an exciting programme of aqua fitness classes as well as our junior learn to swim group and private swimming lessons and our adult swim programmes.
Our pool is also home to Guildford City Swimming Club, a SwimMark accredited performance club. One of the largest and most successful swimming clubs in the South East of England. We work in partnership with them to deliver high quality teaching at the University of Surrey High Performance Swim Squad and our Swim Academy programme which supports over 800 swimmers a week to learn and develop their swim technique and confidence.
COVID-19 POLICY- You are now required to bring a locker token or pound coin with you for use of the lockers. As an extra precaution, we are also now encouraging swimmers to wipe down cubicle & locker door handles after use with the wipes provided from the dispensers located in the changing village.
SHOWER POLICY- we ask that everyone showers before entering the pool, regardless of how much of the body will be in the water. Showering should consist of washing hair, face, arms, upper body and legs and should last for 20 seconds. Anyone we see who has not showered will be asked to return to the shower area.
CHILDREN SWIMMING- children aged 9-16yrs can swim alone in the pool but a parent or guardian (over 18) must be in the building. Children aged 8 and under must be accompanied in the pool by a parent or guardian (over 18) and the ratio is 1 adult to a maximum of 2 children.
WORTH NOTING- lockers in the changing room take a £1 coin. Towels can be brought onto poolside and left on the side wall. Parents/guests can watch from the spectator viewing area, but please note we have a no photography policy on poolside. Hair straighteners cost £1 for 90 seconds. Hair dryers are free of charge.
APPROPRIATE SWIMWEAR – Swimming trunks, swimming shorts (including knee length shorts e.g. board shorts), swimming costumes, swimdresses, bikinis, tankinis & burkinis.
INAPPROPRIATE SWIMWEAR – Underwear, transparent costumes or thongs, anything with obscene or offensive pictures or slogans, sporting wear, denim or cotton leggings/leotards, long flowing clothes, baggy t-shirts, swimwear with protruding designs or accessories that could be abrasive to other swimmers e.g. zippers, buttons etc. long necklaces, chains and jewellery should also be removed. Surrey Sports Park Management reserve the right to determine whether or not swimwear is appropriate.
Before you visit us, we recommend checking our new Latest Service Updates page which will be regularly updated with any adjustments to our usual services. This may include changes to opening hours, timetables or facility usage.
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience these changes may cause you and hope to see you soon at Surrey Sports Park!
From Saturday 19th September, it will be essential for every person in Surrey Sports Park’s communal areas to wear a face covering. This is in-line with the campus-wide policy introduced by the University of Surrey.
The policy does not apply whilst taking part in sport and exercise and activity areas are exempt.
The University considers that the responsibility of wearing a face covering sits with individuals and we expect all our staff, students and public to adhere to this requirement where possible.
Please be mindful and respectful towards members of our community who, due to exceptional circumstances, may be unable to wear a face covering; their reasons may not be visible to others.
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