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Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn - Isle of Anglesey County Council

Swimming at Plas Arthur Leisure Centre


Plas Arthur has a large 25m swimming pool and a small pool for infants. 

Swimming times can be subject to last-minute changes. Please check current public swimming times with reception.

Timetable

Plas Arthur swimming timetable to 24 March
Monday Lane swimming 8am - 9am
Lane swimming (small pool available) 12pm - 1pm
Public swimming 7pm - 8pm
Tuesday Lane swimming 7am - 8am
Lane swimming 12pm - 1pm
Public swimming 7pm - 8pm
Wednesday Lane swimming 8am - 9am
Lane swimming 12pm - 1pm
Public swimming 7pm - 8pm
Lane swimming 8pm - 9pm
Thursday Lane swimming 7:30am - 8:30am
Lane swimming 12pm - 1pm
Public swimming 7pm - 8pm
Friday Lane swimming  8am - 9am
Public swimming 12pm - 1pm
Saturday Public swimming 11am - 12pm
Public swimming 1pm - 2pm
Insport swimming 2pm - 3pm
Sunday Public swimming 10:30am - 12pm
Public swimming 12pm - 1pm
Over 60s free swimming (members only)
Tuesday Over 60s free swimming (members only) 12pm - 1pm
Thursday Over 60s free swimming (members only) 7:30am - 8:30am

Facilities

Members and non-members can attend public swim sessions.

There is no age limit.

The main pool and small pool will be available unless otherwise noted. There will be access to the whole pool with no moving restrictions between the pools.

We encourage you to swim widths rather than lengths.

Small pool

Members and non-members can attend the public swim, small pool sessions.

There is no age limit to this session.

There will be no access to the main pool during this session.

Members and non-members can access lane swimming.

Ropes are used to split the pool into lanes and you can choose from the fast, medium or slow pace lanes, depending on what is most comfortable for you.

Children and young people over the age of 8 can currently attend our lane swimming sessions.

Book your swimming session

Please book your session online.

Book a swimming session

Benefits of swimming

Swimming for 30 minutes is the same as 45 minutes of activity on land.

Steady swimming for 30 minutes can burn 200 to 300 calories.

Swimming:

  • strengthens your heart and lungs
  • improves your aerobic fitness
  • improves your strength and flexibility
  • tones up your whole body
  • burns calories so helps with weight control
  • is a low impact exercise so there is less stress and strain on your muscles and joints
  • is suitable for all ages and abilities
  • relieves stress
  • makes you feel better
  • swimming is fun

Swimming is a great low-impact exercise.

You can swim at an easy steady pace or work as hard and fast at a level of effort that suits you.