The Monaco Future is an attractive high curved enclosure which is made-to-measure to suit your exact requirements. It allows you to walk along the length of your pool on one side when the enclosure is closed allowing full use of the pool in unfavourable weather.
Monaco Future Asymmetric Telescopic Pool Enclosure
For full details see the Monaco Future page on the BabyDome website
The Monaco is an attractive high curved enclosure which is made-to-measure to suit your exact requirements. It allows you to walk along the length of your pool on one side when the enclosure is closed allowing full use of the pool in unfavourable weather.
Monaco Telescopic Asymmetric Pool Enclosure End
For full details see the Monaco page on the BabyDome website
The Dallas is a stylish low-profile enclosure which is made-to-measure to suit your exact requirements of domestic swimming pool owners.
Here are a selection of images of the new Dallas range
Dallas Retractable Pool Cover Closed
Dallas Retractable Pool Cover Full View
Dallas Retractable Pool Cover Inside
Dallas Retractable Pool Cover Open
For full details please see the Dallas page on the Babydome website.
This venue is having a major facelift to the tune of more than £13 million at the moment, but it will definitely be worth it as the centre is earmarked to host the 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships.
A new extension is being built at present to accommodate the event, and it is now believed the extension will not be knocked down once the event is over. Instead it will remain for other people to use and enjoy.
In fact this is excellent news for the pool as it will also play host to the Commonwealth Games in 2014. The renovations currently taking place will be ready in plenty of time for the Games, so the swimming centre will be more than capable of hosting these two extremely important events in the swimming calendar.
And who knows, they may also inspire more young people to get involved in swimming and to use the pool once the events are over.
In the meantime Swimex have helped many hundreds of school children get more swimming experience by providing enclosures for open air school pools across the UK. These enclosures can have built in changing rooms and rubber safety flooring to ensure safe usage for children.
While Team GB’s swimmers did achieve some notable medal wins this summer, it has been revealed that the amount of cash poured into grassroots swimming could be in jeopardy.
Grassroots is basically the area of the sport that encourages those who are looking into the possibility of swimming for the first time. It’s about getting more people involved in the sport rather than supporting those who are already near the top of their game.
The Amateur Swimming Association has been told it must do more to encourage people to get involved in the sport. If they can do this they will still receive their grassroots funding. They have twelve months in which to do this, according to the Sport England body that is responsible for dishing out the money.
So let’s hope they can do just that so we have a chance of seeing more winners in the pool in four years from now (and beyond).
One way in which the Swimex Group can help is by providing relatively low cost enclosures for leisure centre pools enabling greater usage of existing open air pools for a smaller investment than a complete re-build.
The star studded event is designed to finish what can be a memorable year of sporting achievement, and the 2012 awards have undoubtedly been the most hotly contested ones of all.
Thanks to the Olympics being held in London in 2012, we had plenty of superb sportspeople to choose from. And it turned out that the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year Award went to Josef Craig in 2012. Josef is a teenager whose swimming prowess in the Olympics won him a gold medal in the 400m freestyle Paralympics final. Just 15 years of age, he wowed everyone with an impressive performance that saw him claim a new world record as well.
The award is richly deserved after his performance – it seems hard to believe it was his first appearance at a Games. He also smashed his own personal best by eleven seconds!
According to recent news reports, the Brunel Academy in Bristol may soon be getting a brand new swimming pool. Plans have been submitted that would allow the academy to get a new pool to the tune of £6.2 million.
The new pool, if it gets permission, would be used not just by the students at the academy but by the general public as well. The pool would have six lanes and be twenty five metres in length.
While no decision has yet been made on the pool, it is thought that there is a high chance of it being approved. This is due to the fact the land on which it would be built would be very unlikely to be used for anything else.
If it gets the nod, students and residents in the area can look forward to using the pool from 2014 onwards.
The Swimex Group have provided many pool enclosures for schools and colleges enabling them to get greater use out of existing open air pools.
As the winter draws closer, more and more roll out pool covers will be protecting swimming pools up and down the country. But it makes sense to do away with covers that go on top of the pool and get something more permanent instead – something that brings the outdoors indoors.
A swimming pool enclosure enables you to use the pool all year, but it also enables you to get the most of the weather. Imagine swimming when it’s pouring with rain. You could also go swimming when it is snowing – or perhaps even if it is sunny, since we do occasionally get good days even through the winter months and Swimex have supplied over 1000 pool enclosures across the UK.
A telescopic pool enclosure means you get the best of all worlds outdoor swimming when it is sunny and sheltered swimming on days you’d never even consider it if you didn’t have one. It certainly enables you to get the most out of it, doesn’t it?
We all dream of having our own swimming pool, but some people don’t need to dream because they already have one. The ideal is of course an indoor pool, to enable you to swim all year round without fear of being interrupted by the weather.
Plenty of people with lots of cash already have what they desire, but fortunately if you have an outdoor pool you can convert it without having to splash out on an expensive extension. You can simply buy an enclosure to cover the entire pool to make it an all year feature.
Of course we’d all love the huge extensions with custom built pools, tiki bars, water slides, whirlpools and much more besides, but this requires a huge budget that goes deeper than the pool itself. It’s good to dream though, and the internet has plenty of pictures of some of these spectacular pools to appreciate.
Teaching swimming at a young age is always a good idea. The pupils of Wray Common Primary School in Reigate have always had a pool, but when the old one started leaking it was clearly time for action. Fortunately everyone clubbed together to raise the funds needed for a new one, and now it has been unveiled.
The new pool comes with its own building too, and since the pool is heated it means the pupils don’t have to restrict their swimming lessons to the summer months. This is great news for the kids as they can get the most out of the new pool and enjoy some important all year round exercise as well.
It just goes to show what can be achieved with a concerted effort, and children for years to come will be able to practice their swimming skills at the school pool.
Swimex specialises in providing pool enclosures for schools which allow them to be used all year round.