Sports centre’s bid to attract more users
THE Heath Sports Centre in Royston has undergone a make-over. Manager Toby Snowdon said: We want everyone to know we are not just a members club. As well as sports facilities the club also has a gym with the latest equipment available for public use. W
THE Heath Sports Centre in Royston has undergone a make-over.
Manager Toby Snowdon said: "We want everyone to know we are not just a members' club."
As well as sports facilities the club also has a gym with the latest equipment available for public use.
Woodhouse Design and Media limited has designed a new logo as part of a re-branding.
The logo includes a kite, which symbolises the annual kite festival, as well as rugby posts representing the popular sports on Therfield Heath.
The interior of the centre has had a make-over, with the restaurant and bar being painted, and new furnishings installed.
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The restaurant and bar area hosts wedding and other functions, as well as serving lunch and dinner.
Mr Snowdon is looking to encourage people of all ages to use the facilities that The Heath has to offer.