Poolside architecture.

cleveland pools trustIt’s a case of one trust setting out to help another on Tuesday next – September 30th – when Bath Preservation Trust give over the Building of Bath Collection – at the Countess of Huntington’s Chapel – to the Cleveland Pools Trust to use.

It’s for a talk on the way architectural forms and styles have shaped our ability to bathe in Bath.

The lecture is to be given by Dr Amy Frost and tickets are £10 with all profits going to the last of Britain’s Georgian lidos which is busy raising funds for a river pontoon to be installed next year to give easier access and  increase visitor numbers.

The event starts at 6.30 and the full details are on the poster with this article. Click on the image to enlarge it.