Peterborough Lido
(1936-present)

place and lido

Aged 86

The Lido in the city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire was first opened as the Corporation Swimming Pool in 1936 by the Mayor of Peterborough Arthur Mellows, and is one of the few survivors of its type still in use in the United Kingdom. A striking building with elements of art deco design, the Lido and surrounding gardens cover an area of roughly two and a half acres (1 hectare), lying adjacent to the embankment of the River Nene, south of the city centre. Designed in the "hacienda style", it is considered one of the finest surviving examples in England.

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This LIDO (originally named the Corporation Swimming Pool) was opened in May 1936. Designed 'hacienda-style', it is considered one of the finest surviving examples in England.

Bishop's Road, Peterborough, United Kingdom where it sited