Multimillion-pound revamp for leisure sites

Multimillion-pound revamp for leisure sites

Multimillion-pound revamp for leisure sites

First published in News

A MULTIMILLION-POUND improvement programme for three leisure centres has been announced.

Mid Sussex District Council has released detailed plans for work to the Dolphin in Haywards Heath, Triangle in Burgess Hill and Kings in East Grinstead as part of a £2 million investment.

It will include extended fitness suites with new gym equipment and group-cycling studios plus new reception and cafe areas.

More than £100,000 has also been invested in safety technology for swimming pools at each of the three sites.

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12:03pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Bugzy84 says...

Meanwhile King Alfred's remains a dilapidated eyesore not fit for purpose.
Meanwhile King Alfred's remains a dilapidated eyesore not fit for purpose. Bugzy84
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1:09pm Thu 14 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

Work has already stared at The Triangle, and it is long overdue.
Work has already stared at The Triangle, and it is long overdue. stevo!!
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1:47pm Thu 14 Aug 14

calro75 says...

For a hopeful moment I thought they'd mention the King Alfred, which has been a dilapidated eyesore for far too long. But, alas yet again it's forgotten about. When are we ever going to get some decent leisure/swimming facilities here?
For a hopeful moment I thought they'd mention the King Alfred, which has been a dilapidated eyesore for far too long. But, alas yet again it's forgotten about. When are we ever going to get some decent leisure/swimming facilities here? calro75
  • Score: 0

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