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Calne Community Campus

Overview

The construction work to transform Calne Leisure Centre into Calne Community Campus is now well under way.

More than £3 million is being invested in the project, which will improve the facilities and ensure the long-term sustainability of the centre.

This exciting project will deliver a new fitness suite, and the new gym will be twice the size of the existing gym. The wet change facilities will also be entirely reconfigured, delivering a modern village change area. You can see designs for the new centre below.

Construction work commenced in September and is being carried out in phases to minimise disruption to services.

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Frequently asked questions


We're delighted to announce that we will no longer close the leisure centre at the beginning of the works in September. While there will still be some disruption to services, we are working closely with the contractor to minimise this as much as possible.

Further details of the updated work schedule and membership adjustments will be sent out to members very shortly via email or letter.

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A phased approach means that we split the building into sections and complete building work in one section at a time. Temporary facilities will be provided where necessary; this will minimise any disruption to service.

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We expect construction work to start in September.

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This will need to be agreed with the principle contractor; we expect the works to take at least 12 months.

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Members will be contact about discounts due to the inconvenience and disruption we expect the works to cause.

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Get in touch

If you have questions regarding this project, please send them to calnecommunitycampus@wiltshire.gov.uk.

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Last updated: 4 November 2019 | Last reviewed: 4 November 2019