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We used to moor at the swimming pool in Beccles but last time that way it looked like private mooring. I have in the past seen a pool at Horning but cannot now see that on google maps. Does that mean the only public pool is the one at Burgh St Peter?

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There is a small one at Waveney River Centre, cost £3+. It was empty when I used it though I guess must get busier during the summer holidays? It's £10 a night to moor at WRC though this does include really lovely quality showers at no extra cost. Mooring during the day until 5pm is free. There is also a shop and cafe.

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Their is an inside pool an the ferry inn at horning, it's a very nice one too, plus showers etc, and the ferry inn does a lovely carvery, if you moor it's £10 but it comes off your bar bill.
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I have an excellent one near and handy, it's called Oulton Broad!

Not suggesting that you take any risks but I'm quite happy for my grandchildren to take a dip.

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Sounds lovely JM, especially today. Mr Lady C will never swim in the sea - never did me any harm. Still love it now and hopefully when I have Grandchildren they will too. Swimming somewhere natural trumps swimming pools every time and maybe I should be more health and saftey consious? Sometimes feeling good and at peace is too tempting!

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The pool at Horning is absolutely nothing to do with the Ferry Inn - unless the river has flooded again.
The facilities concerned are part of the Ferry Marina complex but for a fee the general public can use them - and the showers too!!

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Moored at Beccles Lido yesterday, plenty of scope for half a dozen on the pontoon if stern on.You must leave space for the "Big Dog" ferry which is affiliated with the swimming pool which does return trips to Geldeston Locks. You can moor for a couple of hours free or indeed if you use the pool. A small charge for overnighting payable to the pool office or the ferry operator.  

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" the ferry inn does a lovely carvery, if you moor it's £10 but it comes off your bar bill

Not true. It will only come off IF you eat.  Nothing to do with the bar.   Wish it did!


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Hello Ken,

We're coming down in August and bringing a family with a 7 and 11 year old.  One of our intended visits is to the lido at Beccles, and this will be our first visit to the lido.

Here is their web site:- http://www.beccleslido.com/



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Black Horse and Salhouse were popular impromptu swimming pools at the weekend. Smile

John

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