Online booking opens ahead of Peterborough Lido's long awaited re-opening
Swimmers are being urged to dive into an online booking system to ensure they can take a dip at Peterborough Lido when it opens next week.
The pool was closed throughout last year - the first year it has not opened in history - but the doors will open again on Monday for swimmers.
The team from Vivacity who manage the Lido on behalf of Peterborough Limited are offering both lane and general swimming, with sessions varying from 1.5 to 3 hours.
Steve Luker, General Manager told us; “Covid has meant we have had to think carefully about the number of bathers we can allow in the pool – working within Swim England and
government guidelines we have created a timetable of sessions that ensure everyone can enjoy the pools safely.
"Luckily the Lido is a whopping 50 metre pool, ensuring enough room for family fun and powering out lengths”.
Anyone who has walked past the Lido over the last few months will have seen a hub of activity as the Lido is prepared for opening on Monday 29th March. The pools are now heated to 26 degrees, ensuring even if it is a bit nippy outside the water will keep you nice and warm.
The Lido will be open from 7.30am on weekdays ensuring early birds can start the day with an invigorating swim!
Along with individual sessions, visitors can book a two week Easter Pass, entitling them to unlimited sessions for £20 (pre-booking still required) between 29 March – 11 April.
For the full pool timetable, prices and to book online visit www.vivacity.org/lido