Last Updated on Monday, 02 September 2013 09:32
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Tuesday, 16 August 2011 10:15
Single - £8.95 per person.
Family - £8.55 per person for 4 to 9 persons.
10 - 49 persons - £8.05 per person.
50+ people - £7.15 per person.
Season Tickets per person
£20 per week
£50 per month
£150 per season
Please bring a passport sized photograph with you when purchasing a season ticket.
Children under the age of three are admitted free of charge.
“DEAL OF THE CENTURY”
2013 Pass for just £20
Your first visit is free when you purchase your pass – all other visits just £3.50 during 2013.
AND (for families only)
Buy three 2013 Passes – just £17.50 each
Buy four 2013 Passes – just £15.00 each
Fill in downloadable Registration form (downloadable from Home page) and bring it along with passport sized photograph. You receive a Pass for 2013 to use as many times as you want.
Please note: Spectators are welcome. However, they will be charged the daily admission to the Pool Hall.
SeaQuarium and Rhyl SunCentre have joined together and offer the RHYL SEASIDE SAVER TICKET … JUST £15 Seaside Saver Tickets are available from both the SunCentre and the SeaQuarium for one admission to each Centre during the 2013 season.
Pool safety regulations
Important factors to consider when visiting the Rhyl Sun Centre
- To read all signs
- To identify deep and shallow water areas
- To walk with care
- To identify and use handrails where provided
- To be aware that there are NO diving areas
- To be aware of the lifeguards positions and follow their instructions
Minimum age of pool users
- All Children under the age of 10 years old must be supervised in the water by a responsible person 16 years of age or over.
- This person may be responsible for up to 2 persons under the age of 10 years.
- Children under 5 years must be supervised in the water on a one to one basis regardless of whether the child can swim or not.
- Children who are 10 years or over and are weak or non-swimmers must be supervised in the water by a responsible person of 16 years or over.
- Children who are non/weak swimmers must wear double chambered armbands. These can be purchased from the Swimwear shop.
Babies and small children
- Babies should only be taken into the water for short spells due to loss of body heat.
- Ensure that babies and young children who have not been toilet trained wear swim nappies (available from the swimwear shop)
- Babies and young children suffering from diarrhoea MUST be kept out of the water.
- Normal swimwear attire should be worn, unless authorised by staff. Please ensure your swimwear is durable for use on the slides as we cannot accept responsibility for damage to costumes, e.g. Lycra not recommended
- You may bring your own food into the Sun Centre, however, only plastic containers allowed. The Sun Centre does have several food outlets for fast food and healthy options.