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Friday, 28 May 2010
Wednesday, 26 May 2010
Jake Wilding, who lives in Nailsea, now makes full use of the club, Cadbury House in Congresbury as he trains to compete in the British finals of the N.A.B.B.A. championship at the end of the month.
Jake (19) who has just completed his A levels and is now taking a year out prior to studying sports psychology, won his first ever competition in the West Britain NABBA competition three weeks ago. He automatically qualified for the British Finals and is now training for his first national competition.
"I've been training very hard and consistently for four years now and think that bodybuilding is an amazing sport that you need extremely strong will power, determination, motivation and pure dedication to succeed in.
"It is great for your physical fitness, appearance and health, as well as having psychological benefits. It has had a huge positive impact on my life."
Jason Eaton, manager at theclub said:
"Jake had been travelling to both Bristol and Weston-Super-Mare and when we heard he was looking for somewhere local to train we were more than happy to help him out.
"It's so important that people of all ages enjoy and get excited about exercise. As a local business it’s great to see a young local guy doing so well in his chosen sport and we will continue to help him as much as we can."
Having just invested £50,000 in improving the facilities in the award-winning gym, Jake is hoping the state-of-the-art equipment will help him realise his dream of winning many more titles in the future.
"I'm a fulltime body builder so having the club to train at is a great help for me in achieving my goal of winning the competition at the end of May.
"The facilities in the gym allow me to train every muscle group in my body; the equipment is great and high tech.
"In addition, the option to relax and ease the tension from hard workouts in the sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi is awesome. If I win the British Finals I will qualify for the Junior Mr Universe at the end of October!"
Monday, 24 May 2010
Sponsored by theclub at Cadbury House the event took place on Sunday 23 May with those taking part running one lap of the village covering three miles.
The run was followed by a BBQ at The Rec where a host of games were put on for all those who turned up to support the event.
Organised by the Wrington C of E Primary School PTA all money raised will now go towards the school.
Jason Eaton, manager at theclub said:
"We were delighted to sponsor this year's Wrington Fun Run and really pleased it raised so much money for the school. Sponsoring local events like this allows us to get involved in the local community and gives us the chance to get to know our members and guests more personally. It also enables us to give something back to the area."
Nicky Mills, organiser of the event added:
"The response this year was fantastic and the weather was brilliant. I'd like to thank all those who helped organise the event and theclub at Cadbury House for its sponsorship with the money raised gratefully received.
"The money will go towards go towards extra educational trips, equipment and facilities for the children of Wrington which would not be possible within the normal school budgets."
Saturday, 22 May 2010
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Thursday May 13, 2010 - Chesterchronicle.co.uk
Labels: The Club and Spa Chester
Thursday, 13 May 2010
Monday, 10 May 2010
Sunday, 9 May 2010
Friday, 7 May 2010
Last May saw the massive overhaul, rebranding and reopening of the former Hoole Hall hotel to the Doubletree by Hilton Chester but things didn't stop there and the venue has cantered in to 2010 at full speed.
Manager of the Hotel, Tony Wright celebrated his first year at Doubletree by Hilton Chester this February - A year which has seen great changes; from the construction of the luxury club and spa facility in the Victorian walled garden, to the opening of the Marco Pierre White restaurant in February.
Tony Wright says:
“There have been so many great highlights over the past year. A great moment was just before the official launch last April when we got the hotel making a profit for the first time!
"The luxury Club and Spa at Hoole Hall, which opened in November 2009, has been an excellent addition to the hotel and has really brought something new and exciting to Chester.
"Our most recent addition is The MPW Steakhouse, Bar & Grill at Doubletree Chester which opened last month and is already proving to be very popular with locals and guests.
"It's also been a great opportunity for me to catch up with my old school friend Marco!"
Doubletree by Hilton Chester reached new heights this January when as part of a promotional offer being run by Hilton across all Hilton establishments; Doubletree Chester achieved the number one sales conversions across the whole of the UK!
Things won't be slowing down at the hotel anytime soon though and there are still lots of plans in the pipeline and near future to maintain its current standing as the market leader in its competitor set.
Manager Tony Wright says:
"We have just opened a new alfresco style Lounge Bar which I’m sure will be enjoyed by the local community, especially during the world cup this June!
"Another project that we are currently working on is extending the fitness gym due to high demand and offering some great new services!"
There are other plans in the pipeline for Doubletree by Hilton Chester, details of which will be released in the coming months.
Doubletree by Hilton Chester is located on Warrington Road, Hoole, Chester CH2 3PD.
For further information contact Doubletree by Hilton Chester on 01244 408800 or visit www.hilton.co.uk/chester
Labels: Doubletree by Hilton Chester
Thursday, 6 May 2010
Wednesday, 5 May 2010
The Kitchen Burnout star, famed for his fiery, no-nonsense approach, has confirmed that his latest eaterie will become the focal point of Hotel Indigo, the brand new 15m boutique hotel currently under construction in Chapel Street, in the city’s commercial district.
Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill, set to open in Spring 2011, will be the 48-year-old's third north west venue following the successful launch of two other venues, The Swan Inn in Aughton and Doubletree by Hilton Chester, earlier this year.
Photograph by David Bentley
"There is a clear appetite for affordable glamour and quality food in the region and now we're bringing that into the heart of Liverpool. It will be somewhere for friends and family to gather in relaxed surroundings and enjoy simple food, cooked perfectly.
"Liverpool is a fantastic city with an indelible link to international trade and an eclectic flavour of personalities to match. Chapel Street stands testament to everything great about the city, from its glorious past to its bright future, and offers the ideal location for my latest venue.
"The city's dining scene is thriving, with a handful of fine restaurants serving very good food, but we intend to shake things up, give those more established venues a run for their money and raise the bar even higher."
The 151-bed, four-star Hotel Indigo Liverpool will be owned and operated by north west development group, Sanguine Hospitality, and is expected to create more than 50 full and part time jobs.
White's move into Liverpool will again see him working alongside Francis Carroll, his long standing friend and local restaurant entrepreneur, with whom he has worked closely in Aughton and Chester and is credited with helping to bring White to the region.
Tuesday, 4 May 2010
theclub at Cadbury House in Congresbury is known as being the leading health club in the region and following further expansion has pushed the boundaries further in terms of what people can expect.
After listening to members, the management at theclub have invested 50,000 into the award-winning gym to add to the already vast range of equipment.
The investment has included the knocking down of a wall in order to facilitate a larger stretching area and brand new equipment.
Manager of theClub, Jason Eaton said:
"The new gym is superb; we have added lots of new state-of-the-art equipment and more space for people to exercise making the atmosphere in the club relaxed and spacious.
"By continually investing in the club we have continued in our commitment to our members in giving them the best health club in the region. All the changes we make are discussed with our members and we are constantly thinking of ways we can improve it for them and for future members.
"New members are always welcome to come along and try our facilities; whether they are seasoned gym-goers or newcomers to exercise I can guarantee they won’t be disappointed with the new upgrades!"
For further information on theclub at Cadbury House please call T: 01934 834343