New family attractions on the way for Tenby

A new pool and ‘family entertainment centre’ could potentially pop up in Tenby, Wales, as part of the Pembrokeshire County Council’s vision for leisure services over the next 10 years.

The leisure strategy has been developed for 2018-208, and is primarily concerned with generating income in the local area. One of the highlighted schemes is a potential new pool for Tenby’s leisure centre, and a family entertainment centre is being considered as a place to spend an active day out – even in the rain.

“You can expect to see investment in flagship sport and leisure sites across Pembrokeshire,” said cabinet member for economy, tourism, leisure and culture Clr. Paul Miller, who called the service the ‘braver’ route. “a deal with communities to fund new facilities and a step change in how we put our users front and centre of all that we do.”

In addition, digital access to the planned facilities is being implemented, meaning visitors will be able to enjoy a new website dedicated solely to local leisure activities. The potential for greater access to facilities using swipe cards would also be explored, possibly allowing longer opening hours at all centres.

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