From a Highland Council Press Release:
"Significant repairs are required for the Paddling Pool at Nairn Links and an assessment of the facility has delayed its opening this season.
Given the extent of the repairs required, Highland Council’s Nairn Ward Members have taken the decision to approve temporary repairs while a longer term solution is investigated.
Works will start on site on Monday 6 July and it is expected that they will take at least three weeks to complete which also allows for 5 – 7 days ‘drying’ before filling with water. An issue with any repair, whether temporary or permanent is that the time required for removal of screed, repair and application and curing/drying of paint is weather-dependent.
The paddling pool is normally operated for three months from 1 June to 31 August. In light of the unavoidable delays, High Life Highland, who operate the paddling pool on behalf of the Nairn Common Good, have undertaken to extend the opening of the pool up to the end of September, weather permitting.
On behalf of the Nairn Ward Members, Provost of Nairn, Councillor Laurie Fraser said: “It seems that a permanent repair will be a lengthy and expensive job, so we have agreed to undertake a temporary repair to allow the paddling pool to open.
“We understand the substantial local interest in the play facilities at the Links and are keen to engage local families in the long term decisions that are made.”
|It's 25C plus again but the paddling pool remains covered by a net and locked up - awaiting "signifcant repairs".|