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New 34m Climbing Centre Plans Unveiled

07 Mar 2019

Plans have been released for the development of a lakeside climbing centre in Peterborough that will reach heights of 34.25 metres, making it England's first Olympic-grade climbing wall.


Peterborough Climbing Centre Plans

 

Situated alongside Gunwade Lake in the heart of the 1,725 acre Ferry Meadows area , the centre plans to feature Lead, Speed and Bouldering and one of the country’s largest Clip ‘n’ Climb arenas for family users. There will be outdoor climbing walls, offering opportunities to climb in the open air and, in the future, a tree top experience accessed from the building.

The centre has been the subject of a community consultation by Nene Park ahead of a formal planning application to Peterborough City Council.

 

Source: Peterborough Today

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