New fitness centre for Seaton

PUBLISHED: 09:04 28 July 2016 | UPDATED: 09:04 28 July 2016

The new Seaton fitness centre. Picture CHRIS CARSON

The new Seaton fitness centre. Picture CHRIS CARSON

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It’s ‘An exciting time to be involved in Seaton’, says LED area manager Marcus Allen

The planned layout of the new Seatin gymThe planned layout of the new Seatin gym

Go-ahead Seaton is set to add a state-of-the-art fitness centre to its growing list of attractions.

In partnership with Axminster Tools and Machinery, LED Leisure will offer residents and visitors a gym facility and exercise studio on the site of the former town centre Grove nightlcub,

The gym is scheduled to open in September when LED will occupy the first-floor of the building, with changing facilities on the ground-floor.

The 11,000 square foot gym will include cardio vascular, strength and conditioning, resistance and functional training areas.

LED’s area manager Marcus Allen said: “We’re very excited about this new addition to the LED portfolio. With the fitness centre in Seaton, we are looking to include a 35-station gym and a studio offering a range of classes, such as studio cycling and Zumba.

“It is a great opportunity for us and we are thankful for the partnership with Axminster Tools and Machinery. With the opening of the fantastic new Jurassic Centre and the proposed developments within the town, it is an exciting time to be involved in Seaton.”

To encourage Seaton residents to join, LED will be providing special offers to new members, details of which are available from 01297 304000.

The multi-million pound Grove redevelopment scheme was financed through Axminster Tools and Machinery’s pension fund, which sees local sports provision as a good investment for its members’ money.


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