News شراء ستراتيرا أي وصفة طبية SEPTEMBER 2017 - HERITAGE OPEN DAYS

تصفح هذا الموقع Another huge success with more than 600 people turning up to show their support over the three afternoons. Despite the slightly wet and windy weather, our merchandise and the tea room sales raised £827. 249 signed our support form,150 of which were BA1/BA2 post codes, sending a powerful message to the Heritage Lottery Fund of our local support.

ثنائية منصة الخيارات البطاقة البيضاء Our Sydney Gardens canal invitation - please come on in!

تصفح هنا PCSO Barrington Scott with old swimming pal Mark who had not seen each other for some years. 

رابط موقع Molly Taylor, aged 8, pebble-painter.... just one of the many activities which took place

انظر الصفحة John Pash, now living in New Zealand, met his late wife Pauline at the Pools in 1952. تداول iforex SEPTEMBER 2017 - SAVINGS CHAMPION HOSTS FUNDRAISING SOIREE Around 45 of the great and good of Bath’s professional establishment attended the event, hosted by Savings Champion, a local Bath business, and their sister company The Private Office. 

ماهو السهم الذي ينصح بشرائها في سوق دبي Emphasising how much extra funding is still needed, Ina Harris, Head of our Fundraising Working Group, thanked Savings Champion for their generous support: “The future of the Pools lies in the balance. If we are to secure our Stage II Heritage Lottery grant of £3.7M to get restoration work underway next year, we have to meet our match-funding target of £530,000. We still have to raise £150,000 and cannot take anything for granted so we continue to appeal to Bath businesses and individuals to help us achieve our 2020 opening”.

مسابقات خيار ثنائي Julian Frere from The Private Office said: “We are very happy to support the Cleveland Pools Trust and it’s great to have had the chance to do so in its own beautiful surroundings. The project is a worthy cause for Bath and we hope to highlight the importance of this site both historically and to the broader community”.

مجهول Guests were treated to delicious canapés, and given an entertaining slide-show talk on the fascinating history of the Cleveland Pools -  the UK's only surviving outdoor Georgian lido - dating back to 1815, marked more notably as the ‘end of the Napoleonic wars’. Thanks go to Katie Horne from Savings Champion, also a Cleveland Pools volunteer, and her colleague Lily Warne for organising the event. 

Invited guests are addressed by The Private Office's Julian Frere 


Following a 13 year journey a major milestone has been achieved with Cleveland Pools Trust being awarded planning permission to restore the pools. But there's still much to do before the Heritage Lottery Fund releases Stage II funding to ensure work starts early next year; primarily to engage fully with those Bathwick Estate residents concerned with certain elements of the plans, and raising the remaining £150,000 of the £530,000 match funding target. 

David Barnes, one of the architects from Donald Insall Associates, and the Trust's Project Direct Christopher Heath spoke in support of the application, plus Dennis Toogood, President of the Bath Dolphin Swimming Club and former President of the Amateur Swimming Association, who highlighted the need for more swimming training sessions in Bath, and the recent Swimathon held by his club and seven swim schools in the B&NES area which raised over £12,000 - making the point that the swimming community of Bath is truly behind the Cleveland Pools. 

Chairman Ann Dunlop says: "We can't relax quite yet but I remain positive and reassured that there are so many good people behind us willing to stick with the programme and help us deliver this project for Bath's community - hopefully within the next two years. I am enormously grateful to the trustees, sponsors, design team, project director, advisors, volunteers, former swimmers, and particularly those individuals who took time to support our planning bid......a big thank you to them all for helping us get to this point".

Read the Bath Chronicle report here

موقع رسمي Photo:  Councillor Rob Appleyard putting forward his recommendation to approve the application.