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Observer Readers get the chance to check out new facilities at the Grange, Midhurst

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Fencing champions, Tom Hendry, left, and his brother George, with Eileen Lintill, portfolio holder for Leisure and Wellbeing at Chichester District Council, laying the first brick of the new Grange Centre..Picture by Kate Shemilt.C130433-5

C130433-5 Mid Grange Brick phot kate Fencing champions, Tom Hendry, left, and his brother George, with Eileen Lintill, portfolio holder for Leisure and Wellbeing at Chichester District Council, laying the first brick of the new Grange Centre..Picture by Kate Shemilt.C130433-5

WITH the doors to Midhurst’s new state-of-the-art Grange Centre now open to the public, there is a chance to have a go at all it has to offer.

Observer readers are getting the chance try out all the facilities, including the fitness room, sauna, steam and spa as well as racket sports and classes, completely free for a week in March.

All you have to do is fill out the coupon on page 30 of the Observer (Thursday February 27 edition), cut it out and take it to The Grange.

The centre has been built to provide a number of services under one roof. This means customers can play badminton and borrow a book; relax in the spa and then have a spot of lunch, or find out about a council service and join a club – all within the same building.

On Monday, the leisure and community facilities and the café/bar opened up for business, while the library and registration office will open later 
this month.

“This is a fantastic facility, which we hope will make a massive difference to those who live and work in the north of our district,” said Eileen Lintill, Chichester District Council’s cabinet member for leisure.

“The centre will offer so many opportunities and make services much more accessible. Whether people want to meet up with friends, take up a new activity, join a club, or even borrow a book – they will be able to do it all under the one roof.”

The project team, she added, had been working closely with the clubs and community groups on the big move – and many were already booked into the new centre.

PICK UP THE MIDHURST AND PETWORTH OBSERVER, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 TO FILL IN A VOUCHER

 

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