After three years at Twerton Park, operating out of our Charlie’s and Randall’s function rooms, CrossFit Bath is to move to a new home in Oldfield Park.
It’s been a successful partnership for both parties, contributing financially to the Club and bringing new people to the area for their health and fitness, while CrossFit has enjoyed a flexible space both indoors and out and been able to grow its business to the extent it now needs larger premises.
General Manager Carole Banwell said, “It’s been a real pleasure to host CrossFit at Bath City for the past three years, helping make a Twerton Park a hive of energy and activity seven days a week and helping our Club achieve greater financial health and stability – Covid impacts aside. We’re now looking to work with a new organisation, offering our well-appointed space, attractive rent and a can-do attitude to working together.”
CrossFit Bath Co-Owner Ed Mason said, “It’ll be sad to leave Twerton Park behind. The Club has been a great home for us and always helpful and collaborative. Our time there has enabled us to build the business to the point that we’re now moving to bigger premises in Oldfield Park to enable more Bath-based people to benefit from the unique CrossFit approach to embracing a healthier and fitter lifestyle.”
Bath City FC is looking for a new partner for the 3,000 square foot space that comes with up to 100 car parking spaces on site. The light and airy rooms can operate as a single space or divided in two and feature a kitchen, two sets of WCs, level access and three entry points. The site is based in Twerton BA2, outside the Clean Air Zone (CAZ), next to a convenience store, and easily accessible to major A-roads and the M4, as well as a regular bus route from the city centre, a flat cycle ride or walk, and trains into Oldfield Park. Superfast broadband, and an alcohol licence add to the benefits of the site.
Contact General Manager Carole Banwell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07711 44 66 39.