Weʼve raised £480 to help repair Bridgnorth Endowed Leisure Centre Pool.
- Bridgnorth, United Kingdom
- Funded on Saturday, 2nd September 2017
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The pool at Bridgnorth Endowed Leisure Centre has been closed since September 2016, meaning that Bridgnorth currently has no swimming pool. It was originally closed for changing room renovations during which builders discovered 'unforeseen structural issues'. The local council are currently not offering any financial support, however the Department for Education has contributed enabling contractors to start work on repairs.
The pool is used on a regular basis by a huge number of people in the community and whilst Halo and the school have been working extremely hard to raise enough money for the work to be fully completed additional funds are still required to the value of approximately £70,000.
Please donate what you can and together as a community we can help to get this essential facility open again.
For further information please contact Susan Underhill, Director of Business and Finance at Bridgnorth Endowed School on 01746 762103.
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Rachel Mills started crowdfunding
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Jul 6, 2017
Hope we get there soon!
Jul 4, 2017
Jun 30, 2017
Jun 30, 2017
Can't wait to get swimming again!
Jun 29, 2017
Good luck .
May 31, 2017
Thank you Rachel for organising this - the pool is so important for our children and other groups in our community.
May 30, 2017
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Bridgnorth, United Kingdom
I am a Bridgnorth parent who wants to see the pool open again so my children can carry on with their swimming lessons. I strongly believe that my children should learn to be good swimmers because one day these lessons may help to save their lives.