We made a couple of small revisions to our regular timetable as of 11th April 2018. Please check below now and do check back regularly in case of any further changes.
We will be closed for the two coming Bank Holiday Mondays: 7th and 28th May.
You’ll notice a reduction in public swim sessions during this time, because we’re still in a transition period with the City Council and need to train our volunteer lifeguards to keep everyone safe. We appreciate some people will not be happy about this, but our priorities must be schools, swimming lessons and Be Active sessions. We will increase public swim sessions as soon as staffing and resources allow. Please do keep checking here for updates. We’ll also post updates to our timetable on Facebook and Twitter. We’re extremely grateful for your support and patience during the transition period!
Prices, pool hire, lessons and activities
Swim prices will remain the same as they are under Council operation:
- Adult swim – £4.50
- Junior swim – £2.60 – or free for Passport to Leisure card holders.
- Under 4’s – free
- BeActive sessions: FREE to any Birmingham resident – no Leisure card needed!
- Aquarobics – £3.30
- For swimming lesson prices please contact Diamond as below.
Please note we have not been able to secure the Passport to Leisure subsidy from the City Council, so we cannot offer this discount. However, children of Passport to Leisure holders can swim for free on production of a PTL card. We are working on a concession scheme and also hope to have monthly membership rates by early May.
The pool can be hired for events and childrens’ parties on saturday afternoons, between 3pm and 6pm. The normal price is £60 per hour which includes the use of a small function room, but there may be some variation for larger numbers. Contact us for more information.
Swimming lessons will be provided by Diamond Swim Academy, a local organisation running high quality instruction and whose highly experienced swim teachers have represented Great Britain at 5 Olympic Games, competed internationally over a period of 18 years and between them broken 56 British records, 10 Commonwealth records, 2 European records and 1 World record.