Harrow Leisure Centre to host open day

Harrow Times: Olympic swimmer Steve Parry at the Harrow Legacy Games Olympic swimmer Steve Parry at the Harrow Legacy Games

People will have the chance to meet members of Team GB and see the results of a £1.7million investment at a leisure centre on Saturday.

Harrow Leisure Centre has had improvements as part of a deal agreed between Harrow Borough Council and leisure management company Everyone Active.

On Saturday January 11 the centre, in Christchurch Avenue, will be holding an open day for people to use some of the improved facilities and take part in free taster sessions.

As part of the day, members of Team GB swimming and former Olympic swimmer Steve Parry will be running sessions in the pool including synchronised swimming, lifeguarding and water polo.

Mr Parry visited the centre last year along with hundreds of school pupils for the Harrow Legacy Games to encourage children to get more active.

Improvements at the gym include extensive refurbishment of a 200-station gym, development of a new dance studio, a new dry-side changing area, sauna and steam room on the poolside.

Everyone Active took over the running of the borough’s leisure facilities in September last year and is responsible for the running of the leisure centre, Hatch End Swimming Pool and Bannister Outdoor Sports Centre.

The company runs Harrow’s facilities in collaboration with neighbouring councils of Ealing and Brent.

Those interested in attending the free open day or booking a spot in the Olympian swim session can click here for more details.

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12:08am Fri 10 Jan 14

rabbitz says...

So its not free then? Harrow residents will have to pay to use the facilities even though it belongs to them? Hogwash someones making a nice little earner out if this and we the taxpayer loses out again
So its not free then? Harrow residents will have to pay to use the facilities even though it belongs to them? Hogwash someones making a nice little earner out if this and we the taxpayer loses out again rabbitz
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