PICTURES: First look at new St Nicholas Park multi-million pound facilities - The Leamington Observer

PICTURES: First look at new St Nicholas Park multi-million pound facilities

Laura Kearns 14th Mar, 2018 Updated: 14th Mar, 2018   0

‘AMBITIOUS’ multi-million pound facilities at St Nicholas Park Leisure Centre are set to be unveiled.

The new centre will open its doors on Saturday March 24 to showcase an 80 station gym – almost triple the size of the former suite – along with two exercise studios and a reception area.

It will offer nearly 30 classes a week including boxercise, aerobics and yoga.

The centre has opened in two stages – with a 25m pool and changing area being unveiled to the public late last year. The latest facilities mean work is now complete on the site – which is owned by Warwick District Council but being managed by leisure operator Everyone Active.

It is part of a £14million revamp of St Nicholas Park and Newbold Comyn leisure centres.

Council spokesman for culture Michael Coker said: “I’m delighted to see our ambitious leisure redevelopment plans being realised, and very much hope local people will come along and try out the wonderful new facilities now available to them in Warwick.”

Everyone Active manages Abbey Fields Swimming Pool, Castle Farm Recreation Centre, St Nicholas Park Leisure Centre, John Atkinson Sports Centre and Meadow Community Sports Centre in partnership with Warwick District Council.

Visit or call 01926 495353 to find out more.

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