The Centre has been closed since the May storms when it was flooded causing significant damage. BH Live and Portsmouth City Council have worked together to carry out complex repairs and also brought forward some previously planned improvements.
The newly refurbished centre offers families fun pools with flumes and a wave machine, and a three story soft play centre A new café and fitness studio have been added to the multi purpose gym, and the spa will also be re-opening.
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“Whilst the Centre has been closed, the support we have had from customers and local residents has been fantastic. We have been working alongside Portsmouth City Council to re-open as soon as possible and, whilst most of the work done has been behind the scenes, there are improvements our customers will notice and the centre will be operating more efficiently to give an improved overall experience.” Mike Lyons, BH Live’s Director of Leisure Facilities
Councillor Linda Symes, Portsmouth City Council Cabinet Member for Culture, Leisure and Sport said: “This is the news customers have been waiting for. The severe weather earlier in the year caused substantial problems forcing the closure of the Pyramids. However ourselves and BH Live have taken the opportunity to bring forward maintenance workds and make improvements to the centre. This is really positive news for the seafront and on behalf of both the council and BH Live I would like to thank residents and visitors for their patience.”