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Ironmonger Row Baths reopened to the public on 26 November 2012.
Ironmonger Row Baths, which was originally constructed in 1931, has undergone an extensive refurbishment which has transformed the baths into an incredible modern facility for residents.
The baths are run by GLL. GLL has a strong track record of managing leisure and fitness centre, with more than 60 sites, including many in London.
The document at the bottom of this page, Ironmonger Row Baths open, describes how leisure centre membership card holders can use Ironmonger Row Baths and the council's other leisure centres.
You can see some photos of the facilities and the Swimming Gala launch of Ironmonger Row Baths on our Flicker pages.
The refurbishment cost £16.5 million and was funded by Islington Council and EC1 New Deal for Communities.
Rowan Arts have produced ‘Plunging into History - a collection of memories, stories and memorabilia documenting the history of the Baths and its importance to the many communities it serves. These have produced a book and exhibition to celebrate the reopening of the refurbished Baths.
The project was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Islington Council.
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