Hagbourne Pool Save it now.

by Save Hagbourne Pool Campaign in East Hagbourne, England, United Kingdom

£5,000

raised so far

125

supporters

Save the Pool! The pool needs a leak fixed and we need £5,000 to reopen. The pool and swimming are vital to the kids well being!

by Save Hagbourne Pool Campaign in East Hagbourne, England, United Kingdom

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Kate Gooday 4th July 2021

The Gooday family spent many happy hours in this pool and hope that other families and school children can continue to benefit from the pool for many years to come.

Jocelyn SHERIDAN 2nd July 2021

I was a young parent when building commenced and my children were one of the first to benefit. They are both competent swimmers which first began at Hagbourne. They are now grown up with their own children. This facility for this lovely school must continue!

nichutchings66 24th June 2021

We are a new family to the village and hope to get both of our sons in the wonderful school, the pool is something unique & that should be cherished. We are happy to be able to help. The Hutchings

Sharon Heather Smith 19th June 2021

My children went to the school in the mid-late 80’s. I trained as a lifeguard to supervise school holiday sessions. It was a great asset and needs to be saved!

Yen Rickeard 19th June 2021

Like many others we helped dig out the pool. We've seen it develop over the years. Hundreds of children, and some adults have learned to swim here. Thank you everyone who donates to this very good cause.

Ali Rennie 15th June 2021

I really hope you are successful with your campaign and well done Fred on the recorded message! It would be really sad to loose the pool after so many years. My girls did not go to Hagbourne School but have been able to use the pool before through Brownies when they were younger. Good luck!

Mark Sutherland 15th June 2021

The pool is lovely and both my children, who are now 25 and 27 learnt to swim there. I also very much enjoyed my time as a lifeguard. Too many Oxfordshire pools have closed, which is shame.

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