This outdoor pool is within the Riverside Ice and Leisure Centre.
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Woodup Pool in Tollesbury (also known as Woodrolfe Pool) is a salt-water pool used as an open-air swimming pool. Free pool with no lifeguards.
The Brightlingsea Open Air Pool was originally built in 1933. It comprises of two pools, one a 15m paddling pool, and the second a 50m main pool.
Open air heated swimming pool. This is open from 10am to 10pm seven days a week from the beginning of May to October.
Westcliff Gardens are on a hillside by the Southen-on-Sea promenade.
The Abbey Church of Waltham Holy Cross and St Lawrence has been a place of worship since the 7th century. The present building dates mainly from the early 12th century Read more [...]
Wat Tyler Country Park is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) with 125 acres of country walks, wildlife spotting and adventure play for kids.
Castle House was the home of Sir Alfred Munnings from 1919 till his death in 1959 and is architecturally a mixture of Tudor and Georgian elements. Sir Alfred Munnings was one of Britain’s finest equestrian painters Read more [...]
Hadleigh Farm is the Salvation Army Farm Colony and it has evolved over the last 122 years. Today we are a commercial farm, a place of natural beauty, committed to environmental Read more [...]
The Southend Palace Theatre opened in 1912, an Edwardian Theatre that retains all of the charm of its music hall origins including a sweeping grand staircase to the Circle, alongside Read more [...]
Norsey Wood is 175 acres of ancient coppiced sweet chestnut, oak and hornbeam woodland with alder carr in the wet valleys. This is a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest Read more [...]
Mountfitchet Castle in Stansted is a Norman ringwork and bailey fortification and is currently a Living history museum, complete with livestock that would have been kept by people during the period that the castle was in use.