De Montfort University opens new £1million sports centre for students - 12 November 2015

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De Montfort University opens new £1million sports centre for students

12 November 2015

 

De Montfort University has opened a new £1million home for societies and sports teams as part of its ongoing £136million campus redevelopment plan.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Dominic Shellard, together with the help of several students, cut the ribbon to launch The Watershed which will be the new home of meeting rooms, office space, a common room area, the sports hall and a designated training space for the DMU rowing club.

The building, which backs onto the River Soar, just off Upperton Road, will be able to cater for activities such as five-a-side football, badminton, netball, basketball, indoor hockey, indoor cricket and volleyball, as well as host meetings and activities for DMU’s 100-plus societies. Sports teams and societies will have the opportunity to influence the development of the second floor space, and the plans are currently being developed.

Are you interested in becoming part of De Montfort University? Meet them as they visit SI-UK as part of a special Open Day this December. Register today for your free appointment at our London office!

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