Pool prices are too high
I have recently moved to Exmouth and, like many others at this time of year, I am trying to get fitter. On Monday, I went to Exmouth swimming pool and was shocked with the cost. I had to pay �1.70 to park, then �2.50 to put my daughter into creche and f
I have recently moved to Exmouth and, like many others at this time of year, I am trying to get fitter.
On Monday, I went to Exmouth swimming pool and was shocked with the cost. I had to pay �1.70 to park, then �2.50 to put my daughter into creche and finally �4.80 to swim.
So, in order for me to exercise for 30 minutes, it cost me �9.
I cannot see how Leisure East Devon can justify �4.80 for a swim: There were not enough cubicles to change in, so I had to use the communal area, the locker key wouldn't fasten properly and there was no hairdryer.
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It costs �3.15 to swim at Plymouth Central Park pool, where parking is free, there are ample cubicles, decent lockers and hairdryers. Plymouth residents can receive further discount by using their Plym cards. What a shame for Exmouth residents that we are being charged so much and so many are unable to access the pool at these prices.
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