31st July 1972.
Photograph of John Poulson, architect. John Garlick Llewellyn Poulson (April 14, 1910 - January 31, 1993), was born in Pontefract and was later the centre of a corruption and bankruptcy trial. He designed the Leeds International Swimming Pool which opened in 1966. He was convicted on 11 February 1974 of fraud and jailed for five years (later increased to seven years) at Leeds Crown Court after being found guilty of bribing public figures to win contracts.
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