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Swimming Pool Scene COMMERCIAL POOL SCENE


New Hotel Spa Complex Unveiled


ABOVE: The heated indoor and outdoor vitality pool is at the heart of the new spa at Ye Olde Bell Hotel.


Ye Olde Bell Hotel in Nottinghamshire, has unveiled a new multi- million pound spa.


The new development, located in Barnby Moor, offers ten different spa experiences as well as a Herb Garden Brasserie, outdoor relaxation areas with alpine lodges and a beauty salon. The heated indoor and outdoor vitality pool is at the heart of the spa, featuring bubble loungers, massage jet stations, water curtain neck massage and refl exology station. There is a glass sliding window, leading to the outside pool.


Meanwhile the thermal area boasts numerous unusual experiences including a Herbal Laconium, a Stonebath and a traditional Alpine Sauna.


The spa has been designed in conjunction with Spa Vision by Spa


Directors, Sadie Ardron-Levack and Lizzie Bath. The interior has been created by Hilary Levack and designer Tonia Wynne of Homestead Interiors. Barr+Wray were responsible for the design, supply and installation of the bespoke vitality pool, complete with lighting and associated fi ltration plant. Spa Director, Sadie Ardron-Levack, said: “We are delighted that our spa is now open and we cannot wait for our guests to visit and start enjoying all our experiences. We have spent a lot of time trying to ensure the fi nish on the spa matches the experiences we offer and now we are ready to welcome guests to share our vision of how spa-ing should be.”


Swim School’s Quick Fix Solution


Cresta Leisure was recently involved in the construction of a new pool for Fareham Swim School in Hampshire.


With a short timeframe to work to, Cresta Leisure opted for a Proteus UK swimming pool design. The system sits between a liner pool and a concrete pool in so much as it utilises ceramic, porcelain or stone tiles at water level with high specifi cation vinyl below the tile band. The walls can be either vinyl coated stainless steel or galvanised wall panels and the fl oor is fi nished with a 1.5mm thick reinforced vinyl membrane. The Proteus UK designed pool ensured a quick installation – it was completed by two operatives in just 18 days - and its fl exibility to easily dismantle it set it apart from other pools.


The build used a sectional panel system and the adjustable bolting system allowed the pool to be fi xed directly to the existing concrete fl oor and levelled securely. The buttress supports are designed to allow the pipework to run concealed between the panels, giving a clean fi nish and the ability to pipe quickly without any fuss. In partnership with Aquafl ex, the pool was lined with their on-site Alkor system which provides a resilient liner for the bathing loads and a non-slip fl oor for the parents’ and children’s safety.


Simon Bareham of Cresta Leisure explains: “As this is the fi rst model to be installed outside Italy, we had assistance from the manufacturers with the installation. However, it was extremely simple and we would be confi dent to install on our own next time.”


ABOVE: Cresta Leisure was recently involved in the construction of a new pool for Fareham Swim School in Hampshire.


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