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Old art deco outdoor pool future options assessed

Tarlair tidal pool complex [Pic: Historic Scotland]
The Tarlair tidal pool was built in the 1930s

Councillors are assessing options available for regenerating an art deco outdoor swimming pool at Tarlair in Aberdeenshire.

The tidal pool, built in the 1930s, was granted category A-listed status by Historic Scotland because of its architectural and historic importance.

The pool has not been used for many years and has been gradually falling into disrepair.

Options include developing the site as a major tourist attraction.

Consultants have been brought in to work out how to save it.

Funding of £80,000 has been sourced to fund the study.



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