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Providing a great example of the Penzance community working together, a Cornish Pirates match day collection in support of the Jubilee Pool Penzance’s geothermal heating project Crowdfunder campaign has raised over £800.
The sum raised at last Sunday’s Cornish Pirates versus Coventry Rugby match was thanks to the generosity of the Pirates and their supporters present. Also, besides the bucket collection, many more supporters signed up for the geothermal Crowdfunder fundraiser!
Expressing thanks to the Cornish Pirates and everyone who supported them, Abbie Cranage, on behalf of Jubilee Pool Penzance, commented:
If you want to back a winning team and be part of one of the best things coming to Cornwall 12 months a year, please support our geothermal campaign at www.crowdfunder.co.uk/jubileepool
With our minimal target of £350K almost reached we are aiming for optimal of £500k to ensure the redevelopments are truly great with enhanced warm indoor shower facilities and improved disabled changing area.
We feel this will improve the plans even more and will mean that sports people like the Pirates or those rehabilitating from injury will be able to use the facilities all year round.
The Jubilee Pool opened back in 1935 has provided immense enjoyment to many thousands of children and adults and the present hope is that with a geothermally heated area it will continue to do so for generations to come.
A Cornish Pirates contingent comprising Dicky Evans, Graham and Lee Stone and Jack and Birgitta Richards were given the warmest of welcomes last weekend.
Providing a great example of the Penzance community working together, a Cornish Pirates match day collection in support of the Jubilee Pool Penzance’s
The Cornish Pirates are rightly keen to show support to their local Art Deco lido which is the largest and most celebrated seawater pool of its kind in the country