Public & Family Swim at Honiton Leisure Centre
Lane Swimming. Programmes. Classes
Here at LED's Honiton Leisure Centre we have a clean and fresh swimming pool that offers a diverse and varied programme of sessions and activities. The leisure centre's pool is deck level, has 5 lanes, measures 25 metres and is kept at a comfortable temperature at all times
We offer various sessions for the public at all three pools. These include:
Lane Swimming: The pool is split into slow, medium and fast lanes for all abilities of lane swimmer. Note lanes may be single or double width.
Swim for all: The pool is split halfway, with half of the pool available for lane swimming and half the pool open for all ages abilities and aquatic activities. Inflatables not permitted, but swim aids are more than welcome.
Family Swim: The pool is open for families and casual swimming. There may be a single lane in for mixed ability lane swimming within the session. Swimming aids and equipment may be used.
Training lanes: The pool is split into single lanes. All abilities are welcome, but this session is designed for the more serious lane swimmers - for example those wishing to follow a training session or swimfit plan.
SwimFit: Lanes available. A coach or SwimFit activator may be present.
For the safety of all our pool users, all children aged under 8 must be supervised by a responsible adult aged over 16 years old. The swimming pool adult:child ratios state that children aged between 5 and 8 years old that are using the main pool can be supervised on a 2:1 basis. Any children under 5 must be supervised on a 1:1 basis. In addition, we require that and children aged under 5 using the learner pool must be supervised on a 2:1 basis
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