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Pool at Grantham’s Dysart Park should be open in time for Sunday’s fun day

Dysart Park's pool is currently fenced off.
Dysart Park's pool is currently fenced off.

South Kesteven District Council say Dysart Park’s pool should be open for this Sunday’s Family Fun Day, after the park’s action group members expressed their frustration at it being fenced off during the heatwave.

An SKDC spokesman said: ”The pool was closed due to safety issues following vandalism where paving stones were in a state of disrepair and assessed as dangerous. Work to remedy the problem, including painting where appropriate, is set to take to place and the pool should be open for the event in the park on Sunday.”

Starting at 11am, there will be a dog show, pony rides, reptile life, falconry display, classic cars, a wide variety of stalls, and more.

At the action group’s stall they hope to display plans for a new play area incorporating equipment for both disabled and able-bodied children.


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