The re-developed and extended fitness facilities at Mold Leisure Centre are now officially open. On 9 August 2018, Flintshire County Council Cabinet Members & Senior Officers, Aura Board Members & colleagues and Mold’s Town Mayor attended the official opening at the Leisure Centre.
The new fitness development comprises of a 44+ station fitness suite, which also includes an Origin Functional Rig, 21 Technogym studio cycling bikes, two studios, new changing rooms, a new fitness class programme, plus 46 additional car parking spaces.
Cabinet Member for Education and Youth, Councillor Ian Roberts, said: “It is fantastic to see the completion of a major capital investment in Mold to improve Flintshire’s facilities. We work co-operatively with Aura which means, rather than having to consider the future of some of our leisure centres and libraries, we are jointly securing jobs and investing in our leisure centres to make them better for our residents.”
Tom Williams, Mold Leisure Centre Manager, said: “The team at Mold Leisure Centre is immensely excited about its opening and are looking forward to delivering a new fitness programme to existing and future members.”
Christine Edwards, Chair of the Board of Directors for Aura added “The investment in Mold Leisure Centre is a key part of our Aura strategy to benefit the community by improving quality of life through the provision of culture and leisure opportunities that improve mental health and physical well-being.”
More information on the new fitness developments can be accessed on www.aura.wales, and on Mold Leisure Centre’s Facebook page, which can be found by searching @MoldLeisureCentre or also on Aura’s page, @walesaura