Radcliffe leisure centre temporarily closes swimming pool | Bury Times – Bury Times

Radcliffe Leisure Centre has warned residents that its pool will be closed until further notice. 
In a post on Bury Leisure’s Facebook page, the leisure centre group, which also runs two other facilities in the borough, said the pool was closed due to an issue with the heating system. 
It advised swimmers that swimming pools at both Ramsbottom Pool and Fitness Centre and Castle leisure Centre remain open.
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In a statement, Bury Leisure said: “Important information about Radcliffe Pool Radcliffe Pool is currently closed due to an issue with our pool heating system. The gym and sports hall are open as usual.
“Sessions will be running as usual at Castle and Ramsbottom centres.
“We will update this message when the heating issue is resolved.
“We apologise for any inconvenience caused.”
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