Reopening on Saturday 25th July 2020

Jubilee Pool will be once again opening its gates to the public on Saturday 25th July 2020.  Capacity in the pool has been significantly reduced, and various measures have been put in place to ensure the safety of our staff and customers but the team is absolutely delighted to be welcoming swimmers back to our beautiful lido.

Customers will have to book swims in advance, either online or over the phone.  Swim sessions will be an hour long, and there will be five sessions in a day (weather permitting) with a maximum of 150 people per session.

Whilst there will be limited access to changing rooms and toilets, swimmers will be asked to arrive ‘beach ready’ to maximise swim time and to minimise the use of the changing rooms.

The Pool will be open Tuesday to Sunday until the end of September. Tickets will be available to book from Wednesday 22nd July 2020.

Full details of our ‘new normal’, our 2020 prices and how to book are available on our website. The geothermal pool is nearing completion and will be open by the end of August. We will also be offering Yoga classes twice a week on the Terrace from Tuesday 28th July.

The Café is operating as an outdoor seating venue only for the time being and will be open each day the pool is open. As a thank you we are offering free swims for Key Workers (and their families) on Friday 24th July – these sessions must be booked via our website. Following a request for help from the local community, a group of volunteers are helping the Jubilee Pool team to prepare the pool for reopening on Tuesday 21st July.

Interim Chief Operations Officer Nicola Murdoch said ‘we like many other businesses in the hospitality, tourism & leisure sector have found the past four months incredibly challenging.  We’ve been working really hard behind the scenes to get everything in place to enable us to safely reopen and we can’t wait to welcome people back on Saturday’.

Susan Stuart, Chair of Directors said ‘we are so excited to be opening our gates again and although it’s going to be a rather different season, we are ready to welcome local people and visitors alike to swim, eat, drink and enjoy themselves’.