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Bannatyne Group spending £1m to realise all-encompassing health and wellbeing facility in Leeds

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Our aim with this programme of investment is to offer members and guests an all-encompassing health and wellbeing facility

Plans for a new spa in Leeds have been unveiled by The Bannatyne Group as part of a £1m (€1.2m, US$1.3m) investment programme at its Cardigan Fields, Leeds health club.

Construction work at the Kirkstall Road site is due to be completed in June as part of an overhaul project, which has already seen a new café bar and state-of-the-art interactive fitness studio added to the health club’s offering.

Once complete, the 10-treatment-room spa will provide a relaxing venue for guests to enjoy treatments supplied by British skincare brand Elemis.

Alongside the recent and planned improvements, the club also offers a comprehensive gym floor – equipped with Technogym Skill Line equipment – as well as a pool, spa bath, sauna and steamroom.

The former Virgin Active gym became the latest site in the Bannatyne portfolio when it was acquired by the group in September 2021. It represents the group’s third location within the West Yorkshire Combined Authority area, joining Cookridge Hall and Wakefield.

Duncan Bannatyne, chief executive and chair at the Bannatyne Group, said: “We’re very pleased to announce this latest stage of improvements as part of our investment programme at Bannatyne Health Club Cardigan Fields.

“Our aim with this programme of investment is to offer members and guests an all-encompassing health and wellbeing facility, with a café, gym, wet-side facilities and spa all in one location.

“So far, feedback from members on the improvements we have planned and already delivered has been outstanding. We have some fantastic brand partners working alongside us and I’m certain members and guests will be impressed with the new spa.”

More about Bannatyne Group

The Bannatyne Group operates 47 spas, 71 health clubs and four hotels across the UK. It’s owned by Duncan Bannatyne OBE, known for his appearances on the BBC programme Dragons’ Den.

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Plans for a new spa in Leeds have been unveiled by The Bannatyne Group as part of a £1m (€1.2m, US$1.3m) investment programme at its Cardigan Fields, Leeds health club.
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