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Guests enjoy the new surroundings
A new café has opened in the Sports & Fitness Centre on Bedford Street.
The brand new facilities are part of the multi-million pound transformation of the University’s sport and leisure facilities, which includes a fully refurbished swimming pool and new changing village, fitness suite, weight training area, dance studio and a state-of-the-art bouldering wall.
Pete Sampara, Sports Operations Manager, said: “It has been a difficult couple of years trying to maintain usage of the facilities and services for customers while project managing the major redevelopments of Wyncote Sports Grounds and the Sports & Fitness Centre, but what has been achieved has undoubtedly placed the University of Liverpool sports provision at the forefront of some of our main competitors.
The café offers a wide selection of fresh food including sandwiches, healthy snacks, fruit smoothies and juices, providing all the healthy options you would expect in a sports centre café which, until now, had only been available through vending machines.
The student basketball team using the new facilities
The student basketball team were the first to take advantage of the new Sports Hall which overlooks the café area.
The Sports Centre Café is open to members of the sports centre.
Pete Sampara, Sports Operations Manager, who was instrumental in getting the cafe up and running
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