Broxbourne Council hold official re-opening of newly refurbished Laura Trott Leisure Centre

Broxbourne Council holds official re-opening ceremony for the recently refurbished Laura Trott Leisure Centre.

On Thursday 12 August, The Mayor of Broxbourne, Councillor David Taylor and Cabinet Member for Leisure and Health, Councillor Dee Hart, attended the official re-opening of the newly refurbished Laura Trott Leisure Centre.

During extremely challenging times throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the public has been reminded of the importance of health and exercise and the Council is pleased to reveal the fully refurbished gym. The newly designed gym and array of innovative equipment provides an excellent addition to the health and leisure provision in the local area.

State-of-the-art Pulse Fitness cardio equipment has been installed and the gym has undergone a radical visual makeover. In addition, the installation of a revolutionary new sanitising system, Clenzair, removes the need for the use of any sanitising products such as disinfectants and anti-virals.

Councillor Dee Hart said: “The newly refurbished gym is a great addition to our community and local area, and is especially good to see in the aftermath of COVID-19. A huge congratulations to those at the Centre who have made this possible and I sincerely hope members of the public enjoy the modernised gym.”

To coincide with the refurbishment, there has been an upgrade and relaunch of the Fit&Well app. The new app brings all digital services together in one place, meaning members can now manage their bookings and memberships, access subscriptions to on-demand classes, as well as track progress by connecting to popular third-party apps such as Strava, MyFitnessPal and FitBit. The app can be downloaded by searching Fit&Well Broxbourne in the App Store or GooglePlay.

A new class timetable and new exciting membership options will also be launching in September.

Further information about the Laura Trott Leisure Centre and the new gym is available online at Members of the public can also telephone the Centre on 01992 445375 for more details.

Published: August 13th 2021