Gym reopens after refurbishment

PUBLISHED: 08:58 01 December 2018

Terry Hornet, cutting the ribbon, and general Manager Sarah Matthews, with her staff at Nuffield Health's reopening after it's refurbishment.        Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Terry Hornet, cutting the ribbon, and general Manager Sarah Matthews, with her staff at Nuffield Health's reopening after it's refurbishment. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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A Weston-super-Mare gym has reopened after two weeks of refurbishments.

Terry Hornet, cutting the ribbon, and general Manager Sarah Matthews, with her staff at Nuffield Health's reopening after it's refurbishment.      

Picture: MARK ATHERTONTerry Hornet, cutting the ribbon, and general Manager Sarah Matthews, with her staff at Nuffield Health's reopening after it's refurbishment. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Nuffield Health, in Locking Road, held an open day on November 17 where visitors could partake in various activities including taster exercise classes and learn more about joining the gym.

Guests took part in fancy-dress spin classes and a tug of war, while for the youngsters, face painting, a bouncy castle, kids aqua dance classes and a magician were on hand.

Members of the gym’s health and beauty team gave massages, nails and reflexology treatments and in the evening a quiz and treasure hunt around the club also took place, while a buffet was served and live entertainment provided by Eleazer King.

Senior membership consultant Donald Trappell said: “It was a hectic but great day.

Terry Hornet, cutting the ribbon, and general Manager Sarah Matthews, with her staff at Nuffield Health's reopening after it's refurbishment.      

Picture: MARK ATHERTONTerry Hornet, cutting the ribbon, and general Manager Sarah Matthews, with her staff at Nuffield Health's reopening after it's refurbishment. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

“We had a huge number of people come and check out what we can offer which was the most pleasing thing.”


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