Clydebank Leisure Centre Unveiled to Public

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Clydebank Leisure Centre has officially opened its doors to the public on Garth Street, a central location within Queen’s Quay.

The new £23.8million leisure centre – which is operated by West Dunbartonshire Leisure Trust – replaces Clydebank’s Play Drome.  It includes three swimming pools, changing facilities, a café, multi-purpose sports hall with badminton, netball, basketball, five-a-side football courts and retractable seating, fitness suite with sauna and steam room, and a group exercise studio. It also plays host to Scotland’s first interactive flume ride, the ‘Aqua Splash Experience’.
The entire first floor of the centre is made up of a unique interactive activity zone and fitness area for children. It provides state-of-the-art adaptable facilities for young people to encourage active lifestyles. The very latest technology, including wall and floor projectors, is used to create two large activity areas and two large party rooms.

The centre sits alongside West College Scotland and the Council’s Aurora House offices within Queen Quay, offering unbeatable views of the River Clyde.

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