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TEN new outdoor gyms coming to Spelthorne

TEN new outdoor gyms coming throughout Spelthorne

Spelthorne Borough Council has announced the introduction of outdoor gyms in parks throughout the Borough. 

In a bid to help residents get more active following the Coronavirus pandemic, 10 new outdoor gyms are being installed in parks in Ashford, Laleham, Shepperton, Staines-upon-Thames, Stanwell Moor and Sunbury, due to all be complete for May 2022.

Outdoor gyms are a great way to enjoy the outdoors and exercise at the same time. They are free to use, suitable for all fitness levels and offer a variety of equipment for cardio workouts, strength, balance and flexibility, including parallel bars, weight systems, bikes, benches, health walkers, cross trainers and air walkers.  

The new Spelthorne outdoor gyms will be opening in the following locations:



Shepperton Recreation Ground

Glebelands Garden and Grove Road, Shepperton TW17 9DH

Lammas Park

Wraysbury Road and Church Road, Staines-upon-Thames TW18 4XZ

Ashford Recreation Ground

Clockhouse Lane and Rosary Gardens, Ashford, TW15 2HH

Kenyngton Manor Park

Bryony Close, Sunbury-on-Thames, TW16 7RH

Staines Park

Knowle Green and Commercial Road, Staines-upon-Thames TW18 2QJ

Cedar Recreation Ground

Green Street, Sunbury-on-Thames, TW16 6QQ

Stanwell Moor Recreation Ground

Horton Road, Stanwell Moor, TW19 6AQ

Greenfield Park

Middle Green, Bingham Drive, Laleham, TW18 1QX

Feltham Hill Road Recreation Ground

Saxon Road and Feltham Hill Road, Ashford, TW15 1LN

Laleham Park

Shepperton Road and Thames Side, Laleham TW18 1SS

Cllr Ian Beardsmore, Chair of the Environment & Sustainability Committee, said: “The beauty of outdoor gyms is that they are free to use and suitable for everyone. You don’t need to join an expensive club to start to get more active. Regularly using the equipment can not only improve strength and fitness, but also mobility, balance and co-ordination. Just pop down to one of our parks and give it a try.”

Cllr Ian Harvey, Mayor of Spelthorne, who oversaw the official opening of the gym at Lammas Park on 6 April, said: “The outdoor gyms are lots of fun and really good for both physical and mental wellbeing. They offer a good range of exercises, and you don’t need experience or to be in great shape to use them. Many people like the fact they are outdoors which means you can enjoy the fresh air and green space while you exercise.”

Georgie Delaney, Joint Managing Director of the Great Outdoor Gym Company, said: “We were delighted to win the contract to roll-out ten fantastic TGO gyms in Spelthorne. Every gym offers something different, and we are excited to work with Spelthorne to activate their potential. Movement is a such a powerful medicine, and we can all feel more positive about our future by getting together and getting active.”

Photo: Lammas Park

What’s unique about this new gyms?
•    Energy generating gym cardio equipment recycling your energy 
•    TGO gyms always have easy to use equipment to start your movement journey
•    You can challenge yourself too on our rigs and bars for calisthenics
•    For every piece of equipment installed 10 trees were planted!
•    We have a brand new range of inclusive weights for your to build muscle too
•    Plyometrics to pull up assisted pull ups – we have plenty here to start your fitness journey

How to find them?
Download the TGO activate app to find all 10 gyms and what’s in them by clicking here: 

What to do once you are there?
Find courses and classes to do on TGO gyms here:
Log and track your workout on the TGO Activate app.
Get active for FREE!

  07 April 2022

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