Bannatyne Fitness Health Clubs reviewed
Bannatyne Fitness Ltd was formed in December 1996 in response to the growing consumer demand for top-class member’s only health club facilities around the UK.
Bannatyne Fitness history
From the opening of our first club in Ingleby Barwick, near Stockton-on-Tees, in October 1997, the Bannatyne's company has undergone a phase of rapid expansion and now employs just over 1,200 people.
Bannatyne Fitness health club chain
With over 35 clubs and a combined membership in excess of 90,000, Bannatyne's has an annual turnover of £28 million.It is anticipated that a total of 40 clubs will be open by the end of 2006.
Typical Bannatyne Fitness health clubs
The innovative small town concept was designed for areas with below average urban populations, but guarantees the same state-of-the art facilities and equipment for members.
Typical Bannatyne Fitness health club facilties include:
- Steam area
- Aerobic studios
- Luxury changing facilities
- Café bar
Bannatyne Fitness in 2007
This year Bannatyne Fitness is carrying out a £1.8million refurbishment programme, with new Life Fitness equipment installed in its gyms in Ingleby Barwick, Durham, Edinburgh, Norwich, and Mansfield.
Edinburgh also boasts a new family changing area, Norwich has invested in new resistance machinery and the latest cardio-theatre equipment, and Mansfield has had the biggest upgrade of all, with a new 20m pool and changing areas, gym extension, beauty rooms and aerobics studio.The ambitious project helps preserve Bannatyne Fitness’ standing at the cutting edge of the regional fitness arena for years to come.
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