THOUSANDS of individuals joined an Olympic recreation star to rejoice in the one-year anniversary of Chilterns Lifestyle Centre.
Nearly 2,000 adults and youngsters marked the anniversary of the Amersham- based mostly Chilterns Lifestyle Centre, which opened its doorways to the general public on December 6 final yr after weeks of a lengthy delay.
The Welsh hurdle Olympic medallist Colin Jackson joined a rowing and climbing problem throughout the enjoyable day stuffed with free actions together with swimming, comfortable play, climbing, squash, badminton, arts and crafts, group train courses, bouldering and pickleball on Saturday, December 10.
Bucks Council’s Cupboard Member for Tradition and Leisure Clive Harriss stated: “We’re delighted to see how profitable the Chilterns Life-style Centre has changed into over the previous 12 months.
“It gives a big selection of well-being, leisure and group services for native folks in a contemporary and welcoming house and we all know it can proceed to develop and develop in coming years.”