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Niall McGregor, Sports Development Officer of Crewe & Nantwich Borough Council writes: "This is a very unique opportunity for the local people of Crewe & Nantwich.

"We are very fortunate to have a portable swimming pool in the Wrenbury area for a limited time (until Friday 3rd April 09) to run a specific school swimming programme. We would like to offer the pool's availability to local community groups for use during evenings and weekends at a much reduced rate.

"Please note that the pool is 8 x 6m, approx 1m in depth and capacity is approx 15 children or 12 teenagers or 8 adults. Any groups interested in using this pool could run aqua fit, aqua circuits, sports rehabilitation or many more types of activities.

Please feel free to contact me for more information. If you or any groups would like to view the pool before setting up a session please let me know."
Niall McGregor
Sports Development Officer
Crewe and Nantwich Borough Council
Community Development and Social Policy
Delamere House, Delamere Street
Crewe, CW1 2JZ
Tel 01270 537232 Fax 01270 537265
Mob 07843339800


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