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Tableware (Coasters & Placemats) and Wallpaper.

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Being Pushed Into The Pool! - a Memory of Woking.

I only went to the pool a handful of times as a child, but have happy memories in spite of being pushed into the deep end (which led to years of fear of water which I happily conquered in my 30's!). I remember the surrounding parkland being lovely. I agree with the person who said the new pool wasn't quite as nice, although I spent many a good time in the Leisure Centre doing circuit training in the gym in the 1990s!

 Comments & Feedback

Sat Jul 15th 2017, at 10:24 pm
we used to bunk over the fence onto the roof and jump down saved the entrance fee mum gave us and brought a huge humbug from the shop inside happy days
Sun Jan 1st 2017, at 4:55 pm
How funny! If only we could go back and have those young years all again!
Sun Jan 1st 2017, at 3:43 pm
lizcol commented:
Wow, what a coincidence - exactly the same thing happened to me and I taught myself to swim at 31! I remember the pool being very cold - we used to walk there from Goldsworth School, Happy memories though.

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