The outside of the original entrance which was sited at the southern (deep) end of the pool. The building included Ladies and Gents toilets which were accessible from the Common. In the 1930s a red-brick pump room was added on the right-hand side. In 1999 a new entrance was built at the shallow end of the pool and the old entrance was demolished in 2016 to make way for the Lido Pavilion, containing lifeguard and club facilities as well as a community room for hire. The oak tree was also cut down.
|Date of origination ?||c.1906|
|Date of upload ?|
|Submitted by||Janet Smith|
|Scope & content||Digital only|
|File format. ?||JPG image|
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