9a Park Street,
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Firms: Ward & Woolnough
Functions: Swimming Pool
The Empress Cinema was opened on 24th December 1934, as part of the H. Bancroft Circuit. It had a 38 feet wide proscenium and there were 479 seats in the stalls, and stone pillars supported the balcony which had 76 seats.
In the early-1950’s it was taken over by an independent Chatteris Amusements Ltd. It was closed on 31st December 1961 with James Robertson Justice in “Very Important Person”. The building was converted into a garage and swimming pool.
In 2009, it operates as the Empress Swimming Pool.
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