Below are some "POTENTIAL" opening times for the 2017 season. These hours still allow local schools to use the pool in the summer term but standardise the closing times to avoid confusion and allow a longer adults only swim all season. Our utmost priority is to the safety of ur visitors, however, so the lifeguards working conditions are a key consideration. Let us know your thoughts using the mail link below or by facebook message.
Would a 7pm close benefit you during those hot summer term weeks or is 6.30 late enough??
|SUMMER TERM||12:00 AM||6:30 PM||10:00 AM||6:30 PM||6:30 - 7:00 PM|
|SUMMER HOLIDAY||10:00 AM||6:30 PM||10:00 AM||6:30 PM||6:30 - 7:00 PM|
During hot periods, we can get very busy and may need to control admissions to the premises. Please call us to check on the up to date conditions before setting off!
At Greenbank Swimming Pool, we pride ourselves on creating fun and friendly environment for families and friends to enjoy, however we must insist on a set of policies to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all our customers.
The prices listed are general entrance fees to the premises as we DO NOT HAVE ANY SPECTATORS RATES OR ANY OTHER DISCOUNTED RATES.
|ADULT (AGE 18+)||£5.40|
|CHILD (AGE 2 - 17)||£4.40|
|SENIOR (AGE 60+)||£3.60|
|CHILDREN UNDER 2 YEARS||FREE|
There are a number of small, valuables
lockers in the "social room" opposite
the entrance and office. You'll need a pound coin, returned when
you have finished with the locker. The pool accepts no responsibilty for items left in the changing rooms.
We have a NO RE-ADMITTANCE policy, meaning once you have paid to enter, we can not permit you to leave and then return.
We also DO NOT HAVE PASS OUT TICKETS.
Payment may be by cash, card or cheque BUT unfortunately we do not offer cash back.
There are cash machines located on the high street, and its advised that you take out any cash you may need beforehand.
Our Pool shop only accepts cash.
If you are a frequent visitor to Greenbank, you may wish to purchase a season ticket. This ticket allows you entrance to the pool for the entire season and can save you a lot of money!
|OVER 8S||UP TO 4||UP TO 5||UP TO 6||UP TO 7||UP TO 8|
|UNTIL MAY 15TH (non Street residents)||£75||£145||£160||£179||£196||£213|
|UNTIL 15TH MAY (Street residents)||£68||£135||£152||£169||£186||£203|
|ALL TICKETS AFTER 15TH MAY||£88||£165||£182||£199||£216||£233|
* In recognition of the financial support received from Street Parish council these prices are only available to Street residents, which does NOT include Glastonbury, Walton or the surrounding villages. Please show a utility bill or similar proof of address when collecting tickets.
Season tickets are for parents/partners and their children 17 and under (including foster children) living at the same address. Grandparents, cousins, foreign students, carers and child minders do not qualify. Students aged 18 to 21 who provide valid proof of enrolment in full-time education can be included, but this does not extend to work experience or any other paid course (either full or
part-time). Children under 2 years are free, but please include them on the application above. Single tickets are not available to children under 8 – they must be included on a family ticket that has at least one adult family member. Tickets are not transferable and are available for use only by the named person.
All children under 8 and children 8 to 15 years who are non or weak swimmers must be accompanied on the premises and kept under close supervision by an adult 18 years or above. It is recommended that one adult should only supervise two children who are within the above criteria.
The childrens pool: Children with or without swim aids who cannot stand in the deep end of the pool and remain within their depth must be accompanied in the water by an adult.
The main pool: Children under 8 and non or weak swimmers must be accompanied in the water by an adult and are not permitted in the deep end.
Adults supervising children from the poolside may be asked by a lifeguard to accompany them in the water. Safety advice given by a lifeguard and the Pool rules must be obeyed to ensure the comfort and safety of all pool users.
For safety reasons it may be necessary to control admissions to the Pool during busy periods.
Please note: Children must be able to swim two lengths of the pool, nonstop of either front crawl or breaststroke, without using doggy paddle. At the discretion of a lifeguard, customers may be asked to demonstrate they can swim two lengths. Safety advice given by the lifeguards must be adhered to.
You are permitted to smoke within the ground but not near or in any buildings, within the changing rooms or under partially under covered areas. However we do ask that you are considerate of the people around you and be aware of drifting smoke. Whenever possible please move to a quiet, unoccupied part of the pool grounds.
Large inflatables, including lilos, large rubber rings and Woggles are not permitted in the pool. Only rubber rings that are less than 20 inches in diameter are allowed. Children using rubber rings must be closely supervised by an adult at arms length in the water due to the dangers of slipping through the ring or it tipping upside down. During very busy periods, rubber rings may be removed
from the pool due to these risks and the risk of blocking visibility to the bottom of the pool. Seated baby rings are permitted at all times but must also be closely supervised by an adult in the water at arms length. The use of play equipment such as; small inflatables, floats, snorkels, face masks, flippers and hand paddles are permitted but will be controlled and depending on how busy the pool is and removed during busy periods. This is due to an increased risk of injuries and children getting out of
their depth. The equipment itself may also block visibility of the bottom of the pool.
For the safety comfort and enjoyment of all pool patrons there are some general admission rules:
• No glass containers
• No music and radios
• No ball games anywhere on the premises, this includes beach balls, smaller balls and frisbees.
• No roller skates, skate boards, scooters or bicycles to be used on the premises. Bicycle racks are available within the car park, but please bring a lock!
• No dogs, except guide dogs or disabled trained dogs.
• No running
• No acrobatics
• No bombing or spinny jumps
• No ducking
• No back diving or no-handed dives
• No throwing objects
• No splashing
• No pushing in
• No heavy petting
The management and staff reserve the right to refuse admission.
In order to enforce compliance with the pools rules, regulations and policies disciplinary action may be taken if there is a breach of the rules, regulations and policies.
There are a limited number of spaces in the car park directly outside the pool. For further information on alternative places to park please click here. The first £2 of the parking charge in car park directly outside the pool will be refunded upon entry to the pool. This pool’s car park is run by Mendip District Council. There will be only one £2 refund per visitor/car/entry. As noted elsewhere on the site, pass outs are not permitted so "feeding the meter" and requesting a second or third refund is not permitted.
A seasonal parking permit is available from Mendip District Council. Please call them on 0300 303 8588 or read through the information here.
Greenbank Pool is a listed building and there is only limited access for wheelchairs to the pool at the rear entrance to the pool. Please note there is no disabled parking in this area as it is a private road. Special floatation devices designed for disabled swimmers are permitted however large inflatables are not allowed. Disabled changing facilities are also provided including a seated shower and an assistance alarm.
There is currently one disabled parking space in the Greenbank Pool car park but others are available in Streets other car parks
Stuck for an idea for your next birthday party or school/group event? Why not hire the pool as a great way to celebrate an occasion or simply have a get to together! For those sunnier evenings why not have a BBQ? Bring your own food and charcoal and your party is complete!
A Booking form is available to download here.
|PRIVATE HIRE PRICES|
|FOR LESS THAN 100 PEOPLE PER HOUR||£105|
|FOR MORE THAN 100 PEOPLE PER HOUR||£135|
|USE OF WET PLAY AREA PER HOUR||£12|
Lifeguard supervision is provided at all private hires and is included in the cost of hiring the pool. Use of the BBQ is free however this price excludes the opening of the shop. Payments must be made at the end of the party by cash or cheque, as unfortunately we don’t accept card for private hire.
• The maximum number of people permitted on the premises is 250 people during a private hire.
• Swimmers will be cleared from the pool 10 minutes before the end and all party goers should have vacated the premises up to 10 minutes after the stated time of hire period.
• Music is not permitted as we do not have a public music licence.
• No glass containers.
• The pool is only available for hire until the 28th of August (subject to hours of sunset) and is not available on Sundays and Bank Holidays.
• Private hire will start from public closing time (1830 or 1900 depending on season) and can be booked for up to two hours only.
See our list of opening times if you wish to check dates.
• Normal pool rules will apply during private hire.
However, if you are feeling put off by the weather, you can cancel by 3pm on the day of the hire, free of charge.
You will be sent this information upon hiring the pool, along with a full copy the conditions of child safety & supervision notice, the emergency action plans and a leaflet on cooking barbecued food safety, when the manager confirms the booking in writing.
Our on site shop sells hot and cold beverages, confectionery and ice creams. We also sell armbands, goggles, swim nappies and sun cream. As there is no re-admittance, we recommend that you bring food and drink with you. Alternatively you can order food from Rendezvous cafe that delivers to the pool, however please be aware of their opening and closing times. For their menu
Following the wishes of Alice Clark, Greenbank Pool was commissioned by her nephew Bancroft Clark to provide swimming facilities to the residents of Street, particularly to women and children, as men were inclined to swim naked in the River Brue.
Since opening on the 30th of April 1937, over four and a half million people have come and enjoyed Greenbank Pool and the pool welcomes many new customers each year.
As a registered charity Greenbank Pool continues to open each season thanks to a gratefully received grant from Street Parish Council, a trust fund left by Alice Clark and of course the thousands of visitors who visit the pool each year.
A full history of Greenbank can be read on History boards located in the social room.