The Nether Regions

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Something in the water

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Here’s one for all you teenagers out there.

Eastern Daily Press, 5 November 2010:

Norwich’s Sportspark swimming pool re-opens

The swimming pool at Norwich’s Sportspark has re-opened after a child contaminated the pool last night.

The pool at the University of East Anglia complex was cleared after the incident early on Thursday evening.

Staff at the Sportspark started their deep water cleansing process as soon as possible to ensure that there would be no possibility of risk to bathers in the future.

The process involved using increased water cleansing processes so that all the 1.5 million litres of water in the pool is cleansed three times. Treatment has been completed and the pool has re-opened.

Keith Nicholls, Sportspark director, said: “We apologise for the inconvenience caused to customers by circumstances beyond our control.”

Ah, the old “circumstances beyond our control” line, which always sounds so disconcertingly vague. And probably with good reason.

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Written by Paddy

November 18, 2010 at 1:45 pm

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  1. At first I was confused about the Sportspark patented deep water cleansing process. Bit vague I thought. Luckily the technique was explained.

    “The process involved using increased water cleansing processes so that all the 1.5 million litres of water in the pool is cleansed three times.”

    That’s about as clear as the pool water.

    Tom Daly

    November 22, 2010 at 10:54 am


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