Pool does not have a roof

WE have just returned from a few days in Penzance. On the day of our return the Jubilee Bathing Pool was due to reopen after a winter's revamp, carried out by volunteers (Friends of the Jubilee Pool) which included members of the Penwith District Council

WE have just returned from a few days in Penzance. On the day of our return the Jubilee Bathing Pool was due to reopen after a winter's revamp, carried out by volunteers (Friends of the Jubilee Pool) which included members of the Penwith District Council.From numerous letters to the Mercury, I would gather this is the type of pool so many Westonians are asking for. This pool does not have a roof, its own car park, hotel or any other monstrous buildings, just a simple cafeteria. I was advised the takings for the pool in 2007 were up on previous years in spite of the poor weather. Jubilee Pool has been in existence since 1935. Perhaps our council should invite Penwith District Council to a holiday in one of our local hotels together with a number of local building companies. With their pooled knowledge and resources, something good might come our way. Oh well, carry on dreaming.HAYDEN TREZISE, Via email


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