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Why has my pool just changed its policy so that I can no longer take my two children swimming?

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It is not clear why your pool may suddenly have changed its policy.

They may have had an accident or an incident which alerted them to a problem. They may have just recruited new management staff who have taken a different approach to pool safety than previous managers. The change will probably be to ensure your children are safer than before.

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