Fitness to replace sport at Mold Leisure Centre as part of £1.4m investment
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Mold Leisure Centre in North Wales will undergo a £1.4m redevelopment which will see under-used squash courts being transformed into a large gym space.

Flintshire County Council, which owns the property, has revealed plans to double the size of the current fitness facility and create a group exercise studio – citing customer demand for the change.

The squash courts will now be transformed into a 43-station Technogym space and a functional fitness area with an Origin modular rig and various ancillary functional equipment. There will also be a private consultation room.

A mezzanine floor will be constructed above the new fitness space to house a dedicated exercise studio.

The studio will enable a “significant expansion” of the centre’s group exercise programme, aimed at engaging a much wider segment of the community.

The council appointed Alliance Leisure to undertake the work, following a feasibility study by FMG Consulting.

Work is expected to be completed later this year.

Julia Goddard, senior business development manager at Alliance Leisure, said: “The expansion of the fitness offering, made possible by this investment, will widen appeal to new segments of the community, encouraging more people to incorporate regular physical activity into their daily lives.”

The centre is operated by Aura Leisure and Libraries, a charitable social enterprise responsible for managing the majority of Flintshire leisure centres.

Located on the grounds of two schools, the dual-purpose centre serves pupils during school hours and the local community outside of them.

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Mold Leisure Centre in North Wales will undergo a £1.4m redevelopment which will see under- used squash courts being transformed into a large gym space.
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