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Falklands : New Spa Experience at the Stanley Leisure Centre
Submitted by Falkland Islands News Network (Juanita Brock) 21.09.2013 (Article Archived on 19.10.2013)

Guests at the newly refurbished Stanley Leisure Centre can look forward to relaxing in new spa facilities because a Jacuzzi and sauna will be installed where the toddler pool was previously situated. The decision to replace the toddler pool was taken following advice about its suitability and safety.





New
Spa Experience at the Stanley Leisure Centre



By
J. Brock (FINN)



Guests at the newly refurbished Stanley
Leisure Centre can look forward to relaxing in new spa facilities because a
Jacuzzi and sauna will be installed where the toddler pool was previously
situated. The decision to replace the toddler pool was taken following advice
about its suitability and safety.



 



“The toddler pool has been
underutilised for some time and following advice we received from the STA, we
took the decision to develop the space with new facilities as part of the pool
refurbishment.  The Jacuzzi and sauna
were improvements requested by members through our last customer survey,” said Simon
Fletcher, Director of Central Services. 



 



He went on to say, “The safety of
all our guests is paramount; we would like to encourage parents to continue to
bring their babies and toddlers into the main swimming pool where we can offer
the necessary support and safe environment”.



 



Finally he stressed that “We are
investing in our leisure facilities, and hope the improvements will encourage
more people back to the Centre.   The new
spa facilities offer added health benefits and are part of a programme of
improvement works including the renovation of the swimming pool, the wet side
changing rooms, the recently refurbished squash court and the sports hall, all
of which are aimed at promoting a healthy and active lifestyle”.



 



The decision to replace the toddler
pool was taken following advice about its suitability and safety.



 



Works are currently
scheduled to be completed by the New Year



 



 



 

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