Ayrshire: Prestwick Swimming Pool closes unexpectedly – Ayr Advertiser

Prestwick Swimming Pool has been forced to close unexpectedly, South Ayrshire Council has confirmed.
There was no reason given for the closure of the popular local facility on Bellevue Road on Tuesday, August 8.
The council said it will let users know when the venue is reopened.
A social media statement said: “Due to unforeseen circumstances, we’ve had to close Prestwick Swimming Pool unexpectedly.

“We’re working on resolving the issue as soon as we can, and we’ll let you know when it will reopen.
“Customers with bookings today will be contacted directly.
“Learn2 Customers – emails will be issued directly to customers before 10am.
“Thank you for your patience and understanding.”
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