Faversham Pools celebrate as they receive confirmation of a successful grant from Valencia Communities Fund, via the Landfill Communities Fund, towards replacing old pipework. In 2019, the Pools replaced their boiler following several successful grant applications to Sport England, Swale Borough Council, and again, Valencia Communities Fund. However, connecting a new boiler to the
Welcome to Faversham Swimming Pools. Please book a session online and to check our opening times and availability. You can also pay on arrival at reception
Swimming at the pool - all year round, indoors & out
Faversham's Community Pool
Year-round indoor swimming, with heated lido and family fun pools in summertime and beyond. Faversham Pools is a registered charity, bringing affordable exercise to the community. We rely on the income received from our customers to provide and continuously improve all of our facilities and activities.
Swimming is one of the best forms of exercise, no matter your fitness level. It has the power to give your muscles a makeover, give your heart a powerful workout, turn back the clock and can even calm a busy mind, reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression.
At Faversham Pools we offer a range of sessions to ensure you achieve your health and fitness goals, whatever they may be.
How to find us
Plenty of parking is available just a few steps from the Pools, in Faversham’s Central Car Park. Access is via Bank Street and Leslie Smith Drive. You can park here for up to 4 hours. Long stay car parking is available in Partridge Lane, a short walk away.
Buses stop a short walk away, and Faversham railway station is less than half a mile from the Pools.
Leslie Smith Drive, Faversham, Kent ME13 8PW
The Mayor of Faversham, Councillor Trevor Martin has announced Faversham Pools along with Faversham Umbrella as Mayoral Charities of the year 2023-2024. The announcement was made during last week’s Annual Mayor Making, which was held in The Alexander Centre, Faversham. Both charities will receive half of the funds raised throughout the year. Michael Ellsmore, Joint
Faversham Pools is at risk of a 20% cut in its annual funding. The Pools, which is an independent charity, is likely to see a £20,000 reduction in the annual grant it receives from Swale Borough Council. The Council are proposing to cut the annual grant from £100,000 to £80,000 from 1st April 2023. This
Faversham Pools’ Annual General Meeting will take place via zoom on the 21/12/2022. The AGM Agenda is detailed below – Item Topic 1 Welcome and introductions; declarations of interest; apologies 2 Minutes of previous AGM 3 Chair’s Report ( Michael Ellsmore) 4 Annual Report and Accounts -Report of the External Auditor (Leigh jones) 5
Faversham Pools is pleased to announce refurbishments to their outdoor pool area, disabled toilet and first aid room are now complete following a £60,000 funding boost from the FCC Communities Foundation. The funding enabled various projects which have allowed the pool to become more accessible, including a new resin surface around the outdoor pool area,