Archive for the ‘Cheam Leisure Centre’ Category

Free Open Day at Cheam Leisure Centre

by Mary Burstow on 10 April, 2015

The £3.3 million project – funded by Sutton Council – started in March 2014. A year of work has transformed the tired and ageing centre into a welcoming, inspiring space. A new roof has been installed in the swimming pool and vital mechanical and electrical works have taken place behind the scenes. Several other areas […]

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Cheam Swimming Baths has reopened

by Mary Burstow on 2 April, 2015

Cheam Swimming baths has now reopened after a major refit.  It looks so much better. The main pool roof was grit-blasted and the steel work repainted.  The roof sheeting, underlay and boarding was removed and a new roof put on and made watertight . Asbestos was removed and up to date water treatment plant equipment […]

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Cheam Leisure Centre, update on building work

by Mary Burstow on 20 October, 2014

Background Major building works have been taking place at Cheam Leisure Centre. Whilst the fitness centre (gym) and group exercise studio have remained open during this time, the pool and changing rooms have been closed to the public to enable the building works to take place. These major works will give the leisure centre a […]

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Decisions to be made about Cheam, in Cheam

by Mary Burstow on 18 March, 2014

The next meeting of the South Sutton, Cheam and Belmont Area Committee meeting will be on Thursday 20th March, starting at 7pm, at St Dunstans Primary School, Cheam. http://sutton.moderngov.co.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=357&MId=3452&Ver=4 The agenda is a very Cheam focused one, as it will have Cheam Leisure Centre, and applications for funding for research into road safety on the […]

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Cheam Leisure Centre

by Mary Burstow on 15 March, 2014

Sutton Council is investing £3.3m on major repair works at Cheam Leisure Centre to enable residents to continue to enjoy using the centre well into the future. These major works include replacing the swimming pool roof, replacing the heating and ventilation systems to the pool and the water treatment plant as well as additional refurbishment […]

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A start date for Cheam Leisure Centres Roof

by Mary Burstow on 4 January, 2014

I am very pleased that a start date has now been agreed of 17th March, to renovate Cheam Leisure Centre.  It will reopen in December 2014.  The £3.3 million project, includes a new roof over the swimming pool.  The site is operated in partnership with Everyone Active, which manages all Sutton’s leisure centres. Councillor Jill […]

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Sign up for Sport Relief 2014

by Mary Burstow on 24 October, 2013

You can now sign up for the Sport Relief mile in Nonsuch Park.  The event will take place on Sunday 23 March 2014.  You can do either one mile, three miles or six miles.   Personally I will be Power Walking the one mile course.  Running is not my idea of fun!! If you fancy going […]

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Tidying Up Cheam Baths

by Mary Burstow on 5 October, 2013

  In May of this year, I noticed that the bushes outside Cheam Baths were looking very unprunned and scrufy.  I was most impressed to hear from Council Officers that the reason they did not tidy them up immediatly is that so many nesting birds use the plants.  They had decided to wait until the end […]

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Cheam Leisure Centre

by Mary Burstow on 24 July, 2013

£3 million is going to be spent upgrading the Leisure Centre.  We will be putting a new roof on it and resolving the condensation problem.  But I want to know what facilities would you like to see in the Leisure Centre?  Personally I think an Outdoor Gym, in front of the Leisure Centre would be […]

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Cheam Leisure Centre – The Debate

by Mary Burstow on 23 July, 2013

At last nights full Council meeting, we debated Cheam Leisure Centre and the £3 million we will be spending on it. The motion was opposed by the Conservatives Councillors.  They believe the building should be pulled down and rebuilt on the same site.  They did not say how much it would cost to do it […]

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