New Westminster Lodge Leisure Centre opens tomorrow

First published in News St Albans & Harpenden Review: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

The new Westminster Lodge Leisure Centre will open its doors to the public for the first time tomorrow (Saturday).

Olympic bronze medallist Max Whitlock, who was part of Team GB at London 2012, will be one of a team of sporting heroes at the launch.

A variety of free activities will be on offer during the day including Zumba classes, karate demonstrations and cheerleading displays.

Visitors will also have the chance to try out some new sports in a number of taster sessions.

Craft activities will also be running for some of the younger visitors.

The multi-million pound centre includes two swimming pools, a gym, spa, climbing wall and four sports courts.

There is also a crèche, children’s soft play area and café.

The launch event well run between 10am and 5pm.

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9:27am Tue 13 Nov 12

fight rates says...

Wow! What a fabulous facility. After using the old gym for years I was blown away with the new one. Well done SADC! As someone who normally moans at the council this really is a world class building.
Wow! What a fabulous facility. After using the old gym for years I was blown away with the new one. Well done SADC! As someone who normally moans at the council this really is a world class building. fight rates
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9:30am Tue 13 Nov 12

fight rates says...

Even the pool is not too small. I found the swimming lanes less crowded than the old ones. The lockers actually fit your sports bag. All of it is very impressive.
Even the pool is not too small. I found the swimming lanes less crowded than the old ones. The lockers actually fit your sports bag. All of it is very impressive. fight rates
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9:20pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Paul 1963 says...

What a great advert for the area . Though what has not been reported is that new staff are earning up to £2.00 an hour more than staff transferred from the old Westminster lodge . Looks like the old lodge staff got stiched up.
What a great advert for the area . Though what has not been reported is that new staff are earning up to £2.00 an hour more than staff transferred from the old Westminster lodge . Looks like the old lodge staff got stiched up. Paul 1963
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