history. They were originally opened in 1881 but were effectively wrecked during a storm in 1934.
Architects, Oakley & Parkes, designed a moderne streamline building which was opened in the summer of 1936.
Then in 1988, the baths received another makeover to take them into the 21st Century which added some modern glass-enclosed spaces to the pavillion while still preserving the original look of Oakley & Parkes' work.
I think this is another great example of how older buildings can be adapted for modern requirements. In this case the building has retained it's original purpose.
It is clear to anyone looking at the structure which parts date from the 1930s and which parts date from the 1980s.