Dimensions Leisure Centre located at Scotia Rd, Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent ST6 4ET, UK

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Dale King-Evans

5 Google Rating

The kids had an amazing time. Easy to book over the phone excellent value. Friendly lifeguards. Load

5/ 5

The kids had an amazing time. Easy to book over the phone excellent value. Friendly lifeguards. Loads to do. Will definitely be back.

Karen “Karen” Bassett

4 Google Rating

Kids love coming here! Only down side is it's 50p for the locker but if you need to nip and get anyt

4/ 5

Kids love coming here! Only down side is it's 50p for the locker but if you need to nip and get anything you have to pay again!!! And it's really damp in the air getting dressed again as it open to the pool.

Kymberlei Carlin-Ballan

1 Google Rating

Wouldn't even give them 1 star. Over packed with people and the life guards didn't even do their job

1/ 5

Wouldn't even give them 1 star. Over packed with people and the life guards didn't even do their job when 2 kids could of drowned in the rapids that they said and I quote "could of turned off". Never going again

sarah bunn

4 Google Rating

I booked for the pool online and found it quite easy to do. I thought the pool was quite clean and t

4/ 5

I booked for the pool online and found it quite easy to do. I thought the pool was quite clean and tidy. Most of the the pool was open. At the time that I went wich was at 10 am on a Saturday there was a small pool that had a swimming lesson in progress. I didn't mind this as there is still lots of space to explore. The big slide was not on at this time but again didn't spoil the time we had in there. I would definitely go back again well worth the trip from warrington to stoke

Gareth Tooth

5 Google Rating

Great for younger kids! Not great for teaching them to swim but they will enjoy the rapids and playi

5/ 5

Great for younger kids! Not great for teaching them to swim but they will enjoy the rapids and playing on the smaller slides.

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  • Sunday07:15 - 18:00
  • Monday06:15 - 22:00
  • Tuesday06:15 - 22:00
  • wednesday06:15 - 22:00
  • Thursday06:15 - 22:00
  • Friday06:15 - 22:00
  • Saturday07:15 - 18:00

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