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New Splash Pool for Leisure Cheltenham  Image

14th June 2018
New Splash Pool for Leisure Cheltenham

 

Improvements at Leisure at Cheltenham on Tommy Taylor's Lane have been on-going for many months now and customers have already started to enjoy several of the new-look areas including a gym with high-tech equipment and a smart and spacious reception.Those were part of phase one of the work, which has been commissioned and funded by Cheltenham Borough Council.

A total of £330,000 has also been contributed by Sport England towards the swimming facilities as part of its Swim Local programme. Builders will now start to transform the pool area with play facilities in the children's area.

 

Julie Finch, CEO of independent charity The Cheltenham Trust which is responsible for the town's £300 million iconic cultural and leisure sites, said: “The long-awaited new splash pool will provide a new shallow pool with plenty of interactive features to encourage youngsters to play and have fun in the water.

 

The interactive play wall 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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