50+

Pool activities for the over 50s to enjoy

We have some dedicated classes for adults aged 50+ in the pool.

Here are some of our current sessions, but do check out our timetable for times and prices.

Remedial Relaxation Swim

For people who are recovering from injury or illness and want gentle exercises to aid their recovery. It is also suitable for people with conditions such as arthritis who want to take the weight off their joints.

50+ Swimming

We run a number of 50+ swimming sessions during the week. Please see our timetable using the link at the top of the page for more details. 

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Church Street,
Westbury,
Wiltshire, BA13 3BY
Tel: 01373 822891
Zoggs swim shop

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