Cadbury House invests £40k in new equipment

PUBLISHED: 12:00 04 December 2017

Jason Eaton.

Jason Eaton.

Cadbury House

Tens of thousands of pounds have been spent on new facilities at a village gym, offering members ‘the best possible work out’.

The Club, at Cadbury House, in Congresbury boasts new shiny new spinning equipment to the tune of £40,000.

The gym has bought the new bikes in response to high demand for its ‘very popular’ spinning classes.

The gym says its members will now have the privilege of ‘using the most technologically-advanced bikes, giving them the best possible workout’.

Director Jason Eaton said: “We want our members to
have the best facilities possible and is why we are constantly updating the equipment.

“The arrival of these new spinning bikes is great news and shows our commitment to our members to provide the best possible equipment.

The spinning classes are very popular so it’s great
to upgrade the spinning studio.”

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