Construction nears completion at renovated health club


Plans for a new spa, which will create 15 jobs, have been unveiled by The Bannatyne Group as part of a £1million investment program at its Cardigan Fields health club, Leeds.

Building work at the Kirkstall Road site is due to be completed in June and will provide a 10-bed spa as part of an upgrade works programme, which has already seen the addition of a new cafe bar and a state-of-the-art interactive fitness studio. to the health club offer.

When completed, the spa will provide a place of relaxation where guests can enjoy treatments, massages and pampering sessions.

The former Virgin Active sports hall became the latest venue in Bannatyne’s portfolio when acquired by the Group in September 2021. It is the Group’s third club in the West Yorkshire Combined Authority area, after Cookridge Hall and Wakefield .

Along with recent and planned upgrades, the club also offers an expansive gym, with state-of-the-art Technogym Skill Line equipment, as well as a swimming pool, hot tub, sauna and steam room.

Duncan Bannatyne, Bannatyne Group Chief Executive and Chairman, said: “We are very pleased to announce this latest stage of improvements as part of our £1million investment program at Bannatyne Health Club Cardigan Fields.

“Our goal with this investment program is to provide members and guests with a comprehensive health and wellness center, with a cafe, gym, waterside facilities and spa all in one location.

“We have some fantastic brand partners working alongside us and I’m sure members and guests will be impressed with the new spa.”


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