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Leisure provision a priority for Broxtowe say Council Leaders
“Bramcote Leisure Centre is a real pillar in our community, but we can’t deny that the facilities are ageing. Commissioning these two important technical reports will help us to carefully consider all the options available to us, including looking at new methods of construction that could enable any future provision to be delivered through a phased approach,” said Leader of the Council, Councillor Milan Radulovic MBE.
“Everyone remembers going to ‘Bramcote baths’ when they were younger or taking their own children there over the years and it’s an important place for many community groups and sports clubs,” added Deputy Leader and Portfolio Holder for Leisure and Health, Councillor Steve Carr.
These reports will give us a much better picture of how we could develop the leisure centre to help people live well for future generations to come. We would keep the existing centre open whilst any new facilities were built.”
The reports are expected to be completed in the summer.