Wednesday, September 2, 2015   

Hammer Hill Road swimming pool closed as faeces found
(07-29 12:37)

The Hammer Hill Road Swimming Pool in Wong Tai Sin District has been temporarily closed for cleaning and superchlorination following the discovery of a small amount of faeces in the pool, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department said today.
It will be reopened at 2.20pm today.
The department appeals to swimmers to be considerate and to keep our swimming pools clean. They are advised not to swim after a full meal and should use the toilet facilities if necessary before swimming.   
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