Star of TV’s Dragon’s Den, Theo Paphitis is one of the donors helping to fund the £6.6m centre near Belle Vue.
The state-of-the-art facility, will offer a range of activities from sports such as football and boxing to rock climbing and cookery, hair and beauty, and film and media
The £6.6 million HideOut Youth Zone is been being built on land donated by Manchester city council, using a generous donation from Salford bookmaker Fred Done and all works being carried out for Domis Construction.
The centre, due to open in late spring/early summer, will have an indoor climbing wall, a four court sports hall, an outdoor 3G football pitch, skate park, dance and drama studio, enterprise and employability suite, a fully equipped gym, an arts and crafts studio, a boxing and martial arts gym, a music room, a recording studio and much more.
Siteform is proud to have provided flooring in the new development. Using Forbo and Bolon vinyls with Miliken carpet tiles and Heckmondwike entrance matting.
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