Pyramids Centre remains closed after storm damage

The Pyramids Centre
The Pyramids Centre
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DAMAGE is still causing problems for a leisure centre.

The Pyramids Centre, in Southsea, is still facing problems after storms in the new year caused damage to the plant machinery room and surrounding areas.

BH Live, which manages the centre, is in the process of replacing or refurbishing damaged equipment and aims to reopen the centre as soon as possible.

Alternative facilities have been arranged for centre members, and direct debit payments have been frozen while the building is out of action.

A spokesman from the Pyramids Centre, said: ‘In terms of our gym members, all direct debit membership payments have been frozen.

‘If you have paid for your membership upfront, the expiry date of your membership will be extended to reflect the period that the centre has been closed.

‘In the meantime, alternative fitness facilities are available for members to use at no cost.’

These facilities include Spirit Health Club, in Pembroke Road, Old Portsmouth; Lougars Gym, on Hellyer Road, Southsea; and Mountbatten Centre, in Stamshaw.

Also, the centre has arranged for complimentary fitness classes to run at Eastney Community Centre, in Bransbury Road and Southsea Community Centre, on King Street.

To see the temporary timetable or for updates on the centre visit