New Long Stratton Leisure Centre to open 18th March

New Long Stratton Leisure Centre to open 18th March

On 18th March the newly renovated Long Stratton Leisure Centre will open its doors following a £2 million improvement scheme. The new centre which includes a new fitness suite, changing facilities and a café will be revealed to the public for the first time.

Cabinet member Yvonne Bendle said: “South Norfolk Council is continuing to invest in the health and well-being of our residents. Our £4 million investment in our Wymondham Centre has been a great success and we have also just opened a fantastic facility at Kett’s Park, following an investment of £1.2 million. The new centre will have something for everyone and will be a great place for families and friends to spend time together.”

To celebrate the opening the Council is giving away a year’s memberships to one lucky member. Everyone who joins before 18 April 2019, will be entered into a prize draw for a chance to win this great prize.

The new centre offers a bright new multi-tiered Bananas Soft Play and toddler area, to keep little ones entertained while parents and carers enjoy a coffee and a catch up with friends in a new café – that will also be offering light lunches and healthy snacks.

A brand-new class programme featuring over 40 classes, will mean fitness enthusiasts will have plenty of choice and there really will be something for everyone.

Join Long Stratton Leisure Centre today and get your hands on some fantastic freebies worth over £30. Not only will you have access to unlimited classes and use of the gym but you’ll also get:

• 30-minute Personal Training session
• Badminton court booking
• Session in our new soft play
• Two hot drinks from our new cafe

The offer expires 17 March 2019. To join, visit 

Please note the centre will be closed from the 11-17 March as the team get ready for the full opening.

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