Popular boss returns to head leading health club and spa
- Credit: Cadbury House
The South West’s leading independent health club and spa has reappointed the general manager who was in charge of the award-winning venue for more than a decade.
Jason Eaton resumed his role as general manager this month at the club and spa at Cadbury House in Congresbury.
Living locally, the well-known dad of two, who was also a professional footballer before moving across into the health sector, will now focus his time on making sure members and guests of the club make the most of, and take maximum benefit of, the facilities and classes.
Jason said: “It’s great to be back! The welcome I’ve already had from both members and staff has been fantastic.
“There’s been a few changes during my time away, but the range and scope of classes and facilities makes this club like no other in the region.
“Of course, in the current situation, we’re hugely conscious of people’s health and safety which is our number one priority.”
With this in mind, Jason and his team have partnered with the Weston Mercury and North Somerset Times to provide readers with some top tips on exercise, nutrition and general wellbeing so they can make the most of getting active during the current lockdown.
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Jason added: “The importance of exercise cannot be understated, especially during the current lockdown so over the next couple of months, we’ll be providing advice and ideas for a wide range of people through a series of columns in the paper and online.
“From parents looking to encourage their children to exercise, more elderly people wanting to stay mobile, or those living alone we’ll be providing inspiration for a everyone who wants to get active.
“The benefits of exercise for both physical and mental wellbeing is key to helping people get through these unprecedented times and we hope the people of North Somerset will be able to take a lot out of the expert advice from the team.”