Paralympic birthplace gets a £50,000 facelift

Stoke Mandeville Stadium is the birthplace of the Paralympic movement and is set to benefit from a �50,000 facelift
Stoke Mandeville Stadium is the birthplace of the Paralympic movement and is set to benefit from a �50,000 facelift
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In a bid to get people in Aylesbury ‘more active, more often’, Stoke Mandeville Stadium is investing £50,000, which will see the birthplace of the Paralympic movement extended.

The investment will allow Stoke to offer improved choice with an additional 22 pieces of plate-loaded equipment set to be installed into the 120-station gym.

The Stadium hopes Livestrong spin bikes and Crank cycles will help increase class participation. Ian Seabrook, business development and marketing manager at Stoke Mandeville Stadium said: “This investment is great news for members and the local community alike.

“We will be installing the latest fitness equipment and hosting the latest classes.

“The new bikes look and feel fantastic and will give our members the best possible experience.”

The gym will be closed on Friday August 17 in order for the new equipment to be installed and will re-open the following day – Saturday August 18.