City’s first spa set to open

PUBLISHED: 14:46 13 April 2006 | UPDATED: 11:39 04 May 2010

ELY will have its first spa later this month, when Spa Ely stages its grand opening in Fore Hill on April 21. The new facility will open for business on April 24, but the launch day offers visitors the chance to look around and to be in with a chance of

ELY will have its first spa later this month, when Spa Ely stages its grand opening in Fore Hill on April 21.

The new facility will open for business on April 24, but the launch day offers visitors the chance to look around and to be in with a chance of winning up to £100-worth of luxurious treatments.

"What we are trying to do is to offer people affordable luxury," said general manager Andrea Boardman, who with a partner, Caroline Bailey, has set up the new spa.

The day offers the chance to explore the newly-refurbished building at 35 Fore Hill.

Caroline said: "We have completely and sympathetically refurbished the building, taking it back to its former glory.

Both Caroline and Andrea are trained holistic massage and aromatherapists, and, in addition, the spa will offer a range of treatments from Molton Brown and Elemis facials, hand treatments and full body wraps.

Raiki, reflexology, aromatherapy and sports massage will also be available, as well as powerplates - an innovative new way to tone muscle and treat mobility problems and a brand new Caci non-surgical facelift machine.

Visitors to the launch will be able to have taster sessions for £10, which are redeemable against a full treatment.

INFO: Spa Ely launches on April 21 and will be open on this day from 12-5pm at 35 Fore Hill. Call 01353 664662 for more information, or visit www.spa-ely.com.


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