Two new retailers move into harbourside development

Paul Barrington (left) with Crest Nicholson's Tim Jones

Paul Barrington (left) with Crest Nicholson’s Tim Jones

Two new leisure retailers will be moving in to Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside development in Bristol.

inPlay Golf, has just opened while fit out of The Triathlon Shop is imminent.

Their arrival closely follows the opening of Pure Gym, which overlooks Millennium Square.

Total space occupied by the three new retailers totals 35,000 sq ft.

Located on Cathedral Walk inPlay Golf will be Bristol’s first indoor golf simulation facility..

Paul Barrington of Bristol inPlay Golf comments: “Accomplished golfers or complete beginners will enjoy a relaxed and informal environment to practice your game or swing a club for the very first time.

“PGA coaching staff will be on hand to offer lessons to groups and individuals together with providing an on-site custom club fitting and full repair service.

“It will enable golfers to test their ability on famous courses such as Pebble Beach, Carnoustie and The Belfry together with several Ryder Cup venues including Kiawah Island, Celtic Manor and Medinah, all without leaving Bristol.”

The Triathlon shop is the brainchild of local businessman and triathlete Jon Burrage and his wife Holly.

It will be the only dedicated Triathlon shop in Bristol capitalising on the huge rise in popularity of the sport following the heroics of the Brownlee brothers at the 2012 Olympics.

Debbie Aplin, Managing Director of Crest Nicholson Regeneration comments: “At a time when fitness and leisure is high on the agenda for many, I am delighted to see these new leisure retailers in the heart of Bristol, providing superb facilities on the doorstep for those who live at Harbourside and is a real asset for the whole city.”