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Clubhaus Invests in new Health Club

9.55am 28th October 1999 - Course Development

Clubhaus has announced a total investment of £2.75million into Nizels Golf Club, Kent where a new health and fitness centre will be opened during spring 2000. The fitness club will encompass 3,500 square feet and will be the group’s third purpose-built facility in the UK. It forms part of a £11.3million investment plan which will be rolled out over the next two years.

“Health and fitness is becoming increasingly core to our business,” said Charlie Parker, Managing Director of Clubhaus PLC. “Both the health and fitness investments at The Tytherington in Cheshire and Castle Royle in Berkshire have proved to be a resounding success and we anticipate no less from Nizels.”

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