NewsDesk: £300,000 Facelift For Dimensions
Stoke-on-Trent City Council plans to give Dimensions, which is one of the city’s largest leisure centres, a £300,000 facelift.
The major upgrade will give the centre in Scotia Road, Burslem a new gymnasium.
Work on the project will start in April. When the new gymnasium opens, the existing gymnasium will be turned into an exercise studio.
Councillor Anthony Munday, the cabinet member for greener city, development and leisure, is reported as saying:
“This project is a positive investment in our leisure services which will improve what we can offer to our residents. The changes reflect our commitment to improving health and wellbeing for a wide range of age groups. We want to encourage more people to become active, and I’m sure these improvements will play an important part in doing that.”