Coast Pool is open for advanced 45 minute sessions to residents and members that live locally. Sessions are for up to 6 people of one household.
Your safety is our priority and so we have some new ways of working.
- Swim sessions must be pre-booked, to book visit coast.skedda.com
- Arrive swim ready, wearing your swimwear under your clothing and showering at home pre and post swimming as the changing rooms will be closed.
- 45 minutes swimming sessions can be booked up to 7 days in advance.
- A maximum of 1 slot per household per day.
- For local members, during School holidays there is a Maximum of 1 booking per household per week (starting on a Saturday).
- The slot is for exclusive use of the pool for 1 household/bubble of up to 6 people, it is your responsibility to ensure you are complying with Government guidelines.
- We are currently unable to take new members.
- Arrive on time. If you arrive early, you’ll need to queue outside and if you arrive late, your session can not be extended.
- Bring the minimum amount of personal items along with you.
- Bookings can be amended or cancelled at any time before the session begins.
- Booking is free, however failure to turn up for a booked session without amending or cancelling will incur a £10 fee.
- Prices are as advertised, swim passes will still be accepted and available for purchase.
- All pool rules and admission policies are still enforced.
- You must have a valid membership, if you do not please Click here to complete the form.
- Handrails, door handles, surfaces and other contact points will be sanitised between sessions.
- Coast uses chlorine in the pool water, the levels of which complies with the government’s regulations and is proven to disinfect viruses such as COVID-19.
- Coast’s UV filters act as a further method of disinfection of the water
- All staff have been trained in COVID-19 prevention
- The coffee area and seating will be closed.
- The hairdryers will not be in use.
- WC’s will be available on request only.
- You will only be allowed to enter the premises if:
- No members have symptoms or a confirmed case of COVID-19
- No members are living with anyone who has symptoms or a confirmed case of COVID-19
- No member have been instructed to Self Isolate
|Single Swim||5 Swim Pass||10 Swim Pass||20 Swim Pass|
|Child (under 16)||£4.00||£15.00||£25.00||–|
|Infant (under 3)||Free*||–||–||–|
Rules of the Facility
This pool is not lifeguarded
Your membership card will be required at all times to access the pool
During busy periods swimming duration may be restricted
Always shower before entering the pool
- Non-swimmers must be accompanied by an adult in the water at all times
- Swimmers under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult
- Be courteous and respectful to others
- No food, drink or glass permitted on poolside
- Wear the correct swimming attire
- Pets are not allowed in the pool building
- Shower before entering the pool
- No outdoor shoes on poolside, leave them in the racks provided
- Lock all valuable items in the lockers whilst unattended
- No pushchairs permitted on poolside
- Children under the age of 3 must wear swimming nappies*
- No inflatables are permitted in the pool except swimming aids**
- No running on poolside
- No diving
- No pushing, fighting, bullying or throwing other bathers into the pool
- No bombing, ducking or petting
- No acrobatics in or around the pool
- No facemasks, flippers or snorkels are permitted
- No inflatables apart from swimming aids for non/weak swimmers
*Swimming Nappies – Children who are not yet toilet trained and who still wear nappies must wear a swim nappy before entry to the pool. This will normally apply to all children under the age of 3. Ordinary nappies are not allowed to be worn in the pool. Swim nappies will be available for purchase from the pool reception.
**The only inflatables allowed into the pool are armbands and personal flotation devices. Larger inflatables and balls are not permitted.
Management reserves the right to change the policies without prior notice.
The Coast Admissions Policy aims to safeguard swimmers that are most at risk when bathing. The policy does not intend to prevent families and children having fun in the water and enjoying the physical and social benefit of swimming, nor create unnecessary barriers for parents and carers when accessing our facility. The policy takes into account recommendations from the HSE publication “Managing Health and Safety in Swimming Pools”.
Supervising Responsible Adult
A responsible adult is defined as someone capable of supervising in a competent manner and must be 18 years or older or the parent of the child. When required to accompany a child into the water they must:
– Maintain close contact with the child.
– Constantly watch over the child.
– Stay within comfortable personal standing depth.
Age and Ability
– All non-swimmers or weak swimmers of any age must be accompanied in the water by a supervising adult on a 1 Adult : 2 non-swimmer basis.
– Unaccompanied children under the age of 16 will not be allowed admission.
– All children aged 7 or under must be accompanied in the water by a responsible adult on a 1 Adult : 2 Children basis.
– Swimmers aged 8-15 must be accompanied in the pool hall and supervised by a responsible adult on a 1 Adult : 2 Children basis.
– Staff may ask children to do a swim test if they are above the age of 8 years and not accompanied in the water by an adult.
– Children under the age of 16 remain the responsibility of the accompanying adult and the child/children must always be in sight and never left alone.
You must not enter the water if you have suffered from vomiting or diarrhoea within the past 48 hours. You may not enter the water if you have suffered from confirmed Cryptosporidium infection within the past 14 days.
All cuts and open wounds or contagious conditions must be covered with a waterproof dressing.
Failure to comply
If a supervising adult fails to consistently fulfil his/her responsibility in relation to the Child Admission Policy, staff will ask the whole family group to leave the pool building and membership may be revoked.
Help with Booking
Our online booking system coast.skedda.com allows you to make, edit and cancel your bookings easily and quickly.
How to book a swimming session
- Click the link to open the booking system on your computer, tablet or smart phone.
- You will see a calendar of the current day, you can change the day by clicking on the date.
- All sessions start on the hour and are 45 minutes in long. Available slots are light grey, split into 3 parts. The white slots with a symbol of a person or a circle with a slash through are either already booked or blocked.
- To book a session chose an available slot and click on the top part of the light grey section in line with the hour. Clicking in the middle or bottom will display a conflict error “Requested Time Unavailable… There is a conflict with another booking starting at…”.
- Skeeda will request you login or register to make the booking.
- Sessions are automatically opened 7 days in advance, for example the 3pm slot on Saturday will only be available from 3pm the previous Saturday.