Baby Swimmers - Yorkshire

Beckwith Health Club

Central House, Beckwith Knowle, Otley Rd, Harrogate HG3 1UF [view map]
Being part of the Central House Business Park, you will need to park in designated visitor parking which is the second row along in the main car park. There is alternative parking at The Pine Marten, which you will need a permit for, which can be obtained from The Beckwith Health Club.

There are large male and female changing facilities with the use of hair dryers and a baby play pen. Lockers here require £1 coin, which is returnable.

This is a medium sized pool which is 16 metres in length by 5 metres wide, with an increasing depth from 0.75metres – 1.75 metres. Baby Swimmers has full use of this pool.

Maximum class size is 8.

Spectators are welcome, although shoes must be taken off or blue covers worn.

The temperature is between 30°C - 31°C. We recommend babies under 6 months old wear a baby snug which is available from our website.

There is a small coffee shop in the main building to have a drink and chat with your friends after your class.

Classes Available

Fridays 9.30am – 11.00am

Booking enquiry

Secure your place for baby swimming classes by simply filling in short booking enquiry form.

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RISK ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST

Are the exits to the pool free from obstruction?
Are changing facilities clean and safe?
Is the pool temperature within guidelines?
Is the water clear and clean?
Is the emergency phone working?
Are rescue aids in position and in good condition?
Is the lighting working?
Is the swimming equipment clean?
Has teacher/parents/children confirmed they are in good health and symptom free?
Is hand sanitiser/soap and water available for teachers, parents and swimmers?
Have touch points been sanitised before and after each class?
Is COVID-19 Signage and distance markers in place?
Is equipment being cleaned in the water after each class?