Due to the high winds from storm Brian we were unable to safely put the pool cover on the pool. This has resulted in the pool temperature taking a plunge, the pool is currently 24C.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused and we hope to get the pool back up to temperature as soon as possible.
Pool heated to 28C until 18th November!
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For the first time in the pools history you can swim with us through winter. Opening times are limited please check the winter timetable Click Here…
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What a wonderful day, the rain forecast earlier in the week held off, and the sun shone on our swimmers. An incredible 12500 lengths were swam over the day. Our target of 11237 to take us to Stonehenge was achieved at 00:30, an hour quicker than 2014. The individuals who swam througho
What an amazing weekend at Hathersage Pool for the Marie Curie Swimathon. Over 120 swimmers participated in 3 sessions over the weekend, swimming an incredible 334 kilometres the equivalent of swimming from London to Manchester which is a fantastic achievement by all. We would like t
On the evening of Saturday 18th April there was a presentation in Hathersage Memorial Hall celebrating the anniversary of Shackleton’s heroic expedition to the Antarctic a hundred years ago. Presented using original lantern slide by Geoff Selley, the current custodian of a talk
Hathersage Swimming Pool has once again joined into take on the Swimathon challenge, its an annual fundraising event that helps encourage local swimmers to sign up and raise money for Marie Curie. In 2014 all our registered swimmers raised over £11,000, achieving a place in the top 10
Hathersage Swimming Pool is owned by King George Field Charitable Trust and managed by Hathersage Parish Council, for more information about future events in Hathersage please follow the link to Hathersage Parish Council