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Image: Appleby Leisure Centre's new fitness suite

A new fitness suite has been unveiled at a leisure centre in Appleby, Cumbria, which follows a £92,000 investment part-funded by the local authority and the venue's operator.

Eden District Council (EDC) contributed £62,000 towards new equipment provided by Life Fitness, which includes resistance and cardiovascular machines and are IFI-accredited.

Concept II rowers and two Trixter bikes have also been installed in the new-look gym, while North Country Leisure (NCL) invested £30,000 in decoration and building works.

The work was completed within two weeks and is one of a number of ventures being carried out by EDC and NCL, the latter of which took over as local leisure operator in April.

NCL Eden board chair Ian White said: "It is imperative that we can provide the best equipment and a comfortable atmosphere to make everyone's workout more enjoyable."

Details: www.eden.gov.uk

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A new fitness suite has been unveiled at a leisure centre in Appleby, Cumbria, which follows a £92,000 investment part-funded by the local authority and the venue's operator.
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