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City’s leisure centre ready for opening

Winchester City Council’s new Sport & Leisure Park is set to open its doors to the public on Saturday 29th May.


Visitors will be welcomed by operator Everyone Active from 10am to experience the state-of-the-art facility and will soon be able to pre-book a range of activities from swimming and climbing to gym sessions and squash.


The centre – built by Willmott Dixon – boasts extensive pool facilities including an eight-lane 50m main pool, teaching pool and splash pad, as well as The Pinder Hydrotherapy Centre providing a range of aquatic physiotherapy services. The 200 station gym, two large fitness studios, sports hall activities and Top Rock climbing will be ready for pre-booked sessions whilst the Sparx Beauty Rooms and Crussh Café offer spaces to unwind and refresh after an exercise session.

In addition to using the sport and leisure facilities, there will be fun for all the family on the grand opening day, with free activities including magic shows and balloon modelling for children, to energising gym challenges for the fitness fanatics.


See everyoneactive.com/centre/winchester-sport-leisure-park to pre-book sessions

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