Three additional black water pools commissioned at Sulphur Springs Park

By SRDF

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Soufriere Regional Development Foundation (SRDF) proudly announces the commissioning of three additional pools to its operational site at the Sulphur Springs Park.

The project was conceived with the primary aim of responding to some of the numerous concerns of congestion from operating with a single pool, particularly during the months of increased visitor arrival.

The construction of the pools began during the latter part of 2018 and, after a slight delay, work resumed on the three structures, with the overarching goal of a speedy completion.

Today, although still being enhanced with supporting facilities, it will be open for use by both visitors and locals.

A visibly satisfied Senior Projects Officer for the SRDF, Malcolm Mathurin, stated that he is ecstatic as the long-awaited occasion, and that he is extremely proud that hard work has finally borne fruit.

“Our customers,”he said, “can now rest assured that we have responded to their concerns.”

Another extremely elated management head Franklin Solomon, general manager, stated that he is proud to be presiding over this momentous occasion.

A revised price structure as of March 1, 2019 for the newly rehabilitated and extensively upgraded facility is listed below.

In addition, the operational hours have been extended to 11 p.m. daily.

FOREIGN VISITORS
Black Water Pool – Adults US$10 / Child US$5
Tour Experience – Adults US$9 / Child US$5
COMBO – Adults US$15 / Child US$7
*Children are aged (3 – 11 years)

The SRDF wishes to extend its sincere gratitude to its customers for their continued patronage and looks forward to a perpetuation of same.

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4 comments

  1. The committee overseeing this should ensure that people with open and/ or covered wounds should NOT be allowed in the pool.
    While visiting St.lucia I went to the pool, but I was disgusted to see a man with a large covered leg wound in the pool. I quickly left and demanded my kids to get out.

    This pool should be something both tourists and locals should be able to enjoy SAFELY.

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  2. Verse of the Day

    February 8

    James 1:5
    5 If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.

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  3. Wow very nice! makes me feel proud to be a Saint Lucian. I hope the landscaping is updated too.

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  4. Aa now that's a people that working and not depending on tax payers money to survive, unlike Tulsie and Pigeon Pt. Good Vibe. Even late night the 1 pool congested.

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