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Places Leisure opens £ 22million Camberley Leisure Center with extensive health and wellness facilities

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By Tom Walker 02 Jul 2021

Places Leisure has opened the doors of its new £ 22million leisure center in Camberley following an 18-month construction project.

The centre’s facilities include a 160-station gymnasium, a fully immersive group cycling studio, three group exercise studios, and an air-conditioned hot yoga studio.

In addition to two swimming pools – a 25m six-lane swimming pool and a 20m movable-bottom training pool – the wetlands at the center include a salt room, sauna, steam rooms and a relaxation area with beds and heated deckchairs.

There is also a large multi-level soft game, a climbing wall, an eight-court gym, a Costa Coffee with a large seating area, and free multi-level parking.

Places Leisure won the 25-year contract to design, build, operate and maintain the new center – with construction partner Pellikaan and architects Roberts Limbrick – in 2019. Work began in December of the same year.

The center is owned by the Surrey Heath Borough Council (SHBC).

Alan McClafferty, Chief of Council of SHBC, said: “This is a very impressive building that will provide our community with a wonderful new recreational facility to enjoy with family and friends.

“I’m really happy with the quality of the build and the number of facilities it will provide. “

Martin Anderson, Director of Investment Projects at Places Leisure, said: “This is a fantastic new hub for the local community and will provide Camberley with a whole new leisure destination that offers a range of new features and activities. exciting.

“Together with the Council and our partners, we look forward to showcasing all it has to offer as we work on our social mission of creating more active places and healthy people. “

Facilities include a 25m six-lane swimming pool and a 20m training pool with movable bottom / Leisure places

Group exercise spaces include a fully immersive group cycling studio / LinkedIn / Dan Walker

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