Joe helps to reopen Nantwich Pool after £1.4million refit

Joe Townsend cuts the ribbon to reopen Nantwich Pool.

Joe Townsend cuts the ribbon to reopen Nantwich Pool.

First published in News Crewe Guardian: Photograph of the Author by , News Editor

NANTWICH Pool was officially reopened on Saturday, March 15, after a £1.4million redevelopment.

Before the pool was reopened there were speeches from Clr Janet Clowes, from Cheshire East Council and Keith Pickton, leisure facilities manager at Cheshire East Council, in addition to an inspiring talk by special guest Joe Townsend.

Joe cut the ribbon to officially open the new Centre and gave a demonstration of the new Matrix Fitness equipment.

Joe is a Royal Marines Commando who lost both legs while serving in Afghanistan and is now a member of the British Paratriathlon squad, an endurance athlete, a qualified personal trainer and is also studying a strength and conditioning science BSc.

The refurbished centre features a new ‘Everybody Fitness Suite’ with the latest Matrix Fitness equipment, a new multi-purpose fitness studio and meeting/training room, improved changing facilities including a family changing area, and improvements to the reception area including better access.

Nantwich indoor pool officially opened in 1976, so to celebrate it’s relaunch all swims and classes were the original price of 10p for the day.

There were also numerous exhibitors showcasing their expertise including UK Triathlon Events, Nantwich Museum, North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust, Cheshire East Citizens Advice Bureau, CTC Healthcare, Healthwatch Cheshire East, CVS Cheshire East, and The Royal Life Saving Society UK.

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