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On Tuesday and Thursday afternoons during August the municipal pool was the scene of water activities for the children. The intention was to entertain the younger users of the pool and also allow the little ones to practice their skills in the water.

The lifeguards Joan Mas, Jaume Coll and Pablo Simó took charge of the sessions, attended by 30 children between the ages of 3 and 12, divided into two groups, those who could swim and those who couldn’t. The latter group had toys in the small pool, while the older ones had inflatables to help them cross the big pool, where they played a water version of ‘El Pañuelo’, as well as other games.

Les vesprades dels dimarts i dijous d’agost la piscina municipal ha comptat amb activitats aquàtiques infantils. La finalitat era entretenir als usuaris infantils de la piscina i també que els més menuts milloraren la seua destresa dins de l’aigua.

Els socorristes Joan Mas, Jaume Coll i Pablo Simó s’han fet càrrec de les sessions, que han comptat amb uns 30 xiquets i xiquetes d’entre 3 i 12 anys, els quals es dividien en dos grups, per un costat els que ja sabien nadar i per un altre els que no. Aquests últims comptaven amb joguets en la piscina menuda, mentre que els més majors disposaven de matalassos unflables amb els que travessaven la piscina gran, on també jugaven a la versió aquàtica del mocador, entre altres jocs.

On Tuesday and Thursday afternoons during August the municipal pool was the scene of water activities for the children. The intention was to entertain the younger users of the pool and also allow the little ones to practice their skills in the water.

The lifeguards Joan Mas, Jaume Coll and Pablo Simó took charge of the sessions, attended by 30 children between the ages of 3 and 12, divided into two groups, those who could swim and those who couldn’t. The latter group had toys in the small pool, while the older ones had inflatables to help them cross the big pool, where they played a water version of ‘El Pañuelo’, as well as other games.

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