Pulse, one of the UK’s leading providers of total fitness solutions, has recently completed the installation of new equipment at the redeveloped Cheslyn Hay Leisure Centre in South Staffordshire.
This is the third development that Pulse has carried out for South Staffordshire District Council with Womborne and Codsall Leisure Centres both being completed during 2007. The fourth development at Penkridge Leisure Centre is due for completion in March 2009 after a significant redevelopment.
Cheslyn Hay Leisure Centre is a dual use site, sharing its facilities with Cheslyn Hay Sports College. The funding and management of the facility is shared between the college and the council, creating a centre that has optimum use at all hours of the day. The recent redevelopments at this site mean that the Leisure Centre is now accessible for people with disabilities and will be open to the local community all day.
There are currently nearly 500 members of the fitness suite at the site all of whom will have access to the new equipment including the most up to date Evolve strength range and Freedom self-powered cardio vascular range.
Commenting on the redevelopment, David Ayling, head of Cheslyn Hay College said, “We are delighted with the new facilities we now have available to our college students and to the wider community. As a specialist sports college it is vital that we have the very latest equipment for our students to work out on and this equipment from Pulse is fantastic.”
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22nd January 2008