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Swimming at Coventry Baths
Swimming at Coventry Baths (1970 - 1973)
My childhood memories when coming swimming are handing over your clothing in a basket to a formidable leisure attendant, which was taken from you and hung up and looked after for you, then walking through the sheep dip (as we used to call it) before you got into the pool – that has all gone ... 'for the full story click on the title'

Opening of Coventry Baths 1966 (1966 - 1966)
The Coventry Baths opened in 1966, and we have managed to dig out some interesting information from the time. Firstly click below for the official opening programme which would have been handed out to dignitaries attending this prestigious event so they could follow the swimming. Official ... 'for the full story click on the title'

Coventry Sports & Leisure Centre
Coventry Sports & Leisure Centre (1966 - 2010)
I have worked at Coventry Sports & Leisure Centre for a number of years and thought it might be nice to share with you the original documentation on “Cov Baths” which was reprinted from the Architects Journal 25 May 1966. I have also attached a picture of the modern day Splash Pool ... 'for the full story click on the title'

Coventry Baths Grade II Listed (1984 - 1997)
Coventry Baths were granted Grade II listed status by English Heritage in December 1997. Michael McLellan, the principal architect, was awarded an MBE in 1984 for services to architecture. Below is the description of the listing from Heritage Gateway. The full listing and additional references ... 'for the full story click on the title'

Coventry Baths (1966 - 1971)
I remember all the hype before the swimming baths were built,in the end a site was decided upon next to Pool Meadow. I went to the baths for the first time soon after they opened with my older brother Ray who knew how to use the diving boards. He showed me how and we were hooked. We used to go five ... 'for the full story click on the title'

Kenpas swimming pool. Green Lane, Coventry (1950 - 1959)
One year my parents gave me a season ticket to the baths. I put it to good use. I remember the shape of the pool being like a school protractor. Long lanes, the central island, the diving boards, a fountain, the changing rooms, walking up to the baths from Finham Infants School, from the top of ... 'for the full story click on the title'