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Bury’s Clarice House gets £750,000 fitter

Claric House's gym has had a total makeover ANL-160114-123200001
Claric House's gym has had a total makeover ANL-160114-123200001

Clarice House health club has had a £750,000 makeover since its September takeover by the Bannatyne Group, owned by Dragon’s Den’s Duncan Bannatyne.

State-of-the-art fitness equipment has been installed along with interior remodelling to create a new reception area and three sound-proof, air conditioned studios.

The Horringer Road, Bury St Edmunds, club has expanded its free weights section, which now has plate loaded equipment, and there is a new functional area, with Technogym Omnia 8.

Sean Marriot, general manager, said: “The new gym floor at Clarice House Bury is a fantastic addition to the club. The new equipment is among the best that money can buy and will help members achieve their fitness and health goals even more effectively.

“The spa will soon be getting a full refurbishment.”


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