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Pure Gym to open 4 new sites

Pure Gym to open 4 new sites

20 October 2010 14:29

Budget fitness centre operator Pure Gym has announced that it is to open four new venues by May next year, which could interest women looking for new ladies fitness clothing.

The new sites will be located in south London, Belfast, Birmingham and Southampton, leisureopportunities.co.uk reports.

Magenta Partners, whose principal investor is New Look entrepreneur Tom Singh, has invested £10 million in the roll-out of the new gyms.

The London gym, which is located in the Kennington area, is set to open by April 2011, whereas the Belfast and Southampton sites are due to open in November of this year.

Birmingham's Pure Gym is to be located in the Edgbaston area of the city and will open by this Christmas.

Earlier this week, CambsTimes.co.uk reported that funding was being sought to build a new gym at Cromwell Community College in the Cambridgeshire town of Chatteris.

Chatteris is the only town in the Fenland district of the county that does not currently have a council-run leisure centre.

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