Nantwich residents can attend an information event to air their views on Nantwich Pool’s redesign and refurbishment.

People will get the chance to discuss the £1.4 million project with those working on the scheme at the Wall Lane facility.

The event takes place tomorrow (April 14) between 9am and midday. There is no need to book a place. Anyone interested can attend.

It was announced back in November how the pool is to get a massive £1.4million facelift.

Money has been earmarked for modernising changing rooms, showers and toilets to create a “changing village” – a unisex changing area with cubicles and individual family changing rooms.

There are also plans for a  new entrance, better fitness facilities, improved roofing, paved surfaces, a new boiler, pool filters and air handling unit.

Cllr Rod Menlove, Cabinet member with responsibility for environmental services, said at the announcement: “I am delighted we have agreed funds for this work, which would result in a swimming facility of which Nantwich and its people can be rightly proud.

“We realise it has much potential and we want to enhance the existing facilities and make them fit for the future.”

The pool currently opens every weekday from 7.30am, and from 8am at weekends.

The facility’s famous outdoor brine pool, one of the few left in the UK, is set to re-open for the summer season on May 19.

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