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HEALTH CLUB SPA inside spa £220k extension

The UK’s fi rst public sector ‘premier’ spa – Inside Spa, at Pendle Wavelengths – has completed a £220,000 extension in response to public demand. Pendle Leisure Trust worked with

Alliance Leisure on the project, creating a relaxation room for large groups and clients waiting between spa use and treatments, a further four treatment rooms and a manicure and pedicure bar. Inside Spa – part of a £3m

redevelopment of Pendle Wavelengths, East Lancashire, that fi rst opened in June 2007 – offers a value for money experience with a range of offering usually only found in more exclusive, private sector complexes. Phil Storey, CEO of Pendle Leisure

Trust, says: “Month on month we experience increased footfall. Between 2008/09 and 2009/10, we tracked a 30 per cent increase in public spend within

Inside Spa: Expanding to meet ever-growing customer demand

our facilities. This fi nancial year alone we have already witnessed a further 18 per cent growth. “The need to expand our facilities

demonstrates our nation’s changing demand on leisure services. The spa is well supported by the local community, but people are also travelling from far afi eld.”

new health spa for mercer hall leisure centre

Hyndburn Leisure Trust’s Mercer Hall Leisure Centre in Great Harwood, East Lancashire, opened the doors to a brand new health spa last month. Funded by Hyndburn Borough Council, the new-look

Mercer Hall offers an affordable all-in-one relaxation experience for members and casual users alike. Facilities include a large glass-fronted steam room, Swedish sauna, new male and female changing areas, a 78sq m relaxation and chill-out area, futuristic walk-through monsoon shower and direct access to the centre’s 20m heated swimming pool. The new spa complements the existing swimming pool, gym and studio facilities at the centre.

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power plate in spa programmes

The award-winning Wildmoor Spa and Health Club in Stratford upon Avon has invested in a Power Plate pro6 to create more synergy between its spa treatments and fi tness facilities. “To strengthen the link between the

fi tness and spa facilities, we are planning to include a Power Plate session in some of our spa day packages, as the benefi ts extend to aiding relaxation and reducing cellulite. We are sure this will help to increase the wellbeing of our guests,” says Anthony Bird, Wildmoor Spa and Health Club director. The spa offers a variety of full-day

spa experiences, with a wide range of treatments and facilities that include a fi tness suite, crystal steam room, herbal sauna, caldarium, hydrotherapy spa, 20m swimming pool, relaxation rooms, three tennis courts and a crèche.

New spa area caters for members and casual users bannatyne: new spa at broadstairs club

The Bannatyne Group has opened a £350,000 wellbeing spa in Broadstairs, Kent. The spa is the 31st in the Bannatyne Spa chain and has been created as an extension to the existing Bannatyne’s Health Club at Westwood Farm. Open to members and non-members

Duncan Bannatyne enjoys a manicure at the new Broadstairs spa


of the health club, the single-storey spa has four therapy rooms and a dual treatment room for couples and friends. It offers a range of spa and beauty treatments for men and women, using products developed by leading beauty brand Elemis. Among the specialist treatments on offer are the lava shells back, neck and

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shoulder massage and the clinically- proven detox, Ionithermie, which encourages contouring and fi rming. There’s also a relaxation room, which

features six luxury tiled heated loungers and soothing piped music, plus a spray tan room and manicure/pedicure area. Duncan Bannatyne, founder of the

Bannatyne Group, says: “In line with all my existing health clubs and spas, the Broadstairs spa will provide a high quality service and experience for every visitor, offering the latest treatments and using leading luxury product ranges.” The launch is part of a strategy to add spas to existing health clubs.

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