News Posted on 26th February 2016
Fusion Lifestyle expands its offer once again
Working with local school Oxford Spires Academy and Oxford City Council, plans for the centre were brought to fruition after a £700,000 investment.
The aim is to make the fitness centre available to the community and to the students at the school.
Oxford Spires Academy Principal, Sue Croft said: “It is even better than I imagined in 2011 when we had the original idea for bringing the community in and improving fitness facilities.
“It is a really nice space and we hope this will help with the health and fitness of our local community.”
Run by Fusion Lifestyle, Oxford Spires offers a range of facilities, including a 45 station fitness suite, classes and sports activities from aerobics and Zumba to badminton, basketball, rugby and football.
Tim Mills, director of business development at Fusion, said: “As an independent charity we invest in creating, restoring and transforming facilities to benefit the local community - so projects such as Oxford Spires are exactly what we are about.
“We reinvest all of the income we generate in our projects – whether that’s in a new facility or breathing life back into neglected or disused sites such as City Pool and Turkish Baths in Newcastle.
“It is our mission to deliver a new standard in health, wellbeing and vitality to all. That means ensuring that our services are accessible and offer the very highest quality at affordable prices.”
Fusion Lifestyle is also working on a number of other projects across the UK, such as the redevelopment of the historic Newcastle City Pool and Turkish baths in Newcastle which closed three years ago.
The Grade II listed buildings will be brought back into use thanks to Fusion’s ambitious plans which include refurbishment of the facilities and the addition of a gym and café.
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