The centre has reopened its doors to residents following its long-anticipated refurbishment. The significant revamp has transformed the Abraham Moss centre’s leisure and library facilities into a bustling and residential hub. Where, residents can have access to essential, state of the art services all in once place, in the heart of their communities.
Abraham Moss Leisure Centre boasts a six-lane swimming pool, learner pool, steam room and sauna, two squash courts, health and fitness suites, (including gyms and studios), sports hall and changing facilities. The Centre is also home the new, state of the art indoor cricket facilities is the very first ‘Urban Cricket Centre’ in the North of England following investment from the England & Wales Cricket Board, and will be activated by the Lancashire Cricket Foundation in partnership with a range of community organisations.
Abraham Moss Library offers a welcoming space for the community complete with free high quality Wi-Fi, new books, self-issue facilities and a diverse range of events for people to enjoy. The new, open plan library is open to all residents who register for free with the library and will be open 7 days a week.
The re-development of Abraham Moss Library and Leisure Centre is part of an ongoing sport and leisure investment strategy implemented by Manchester City Council. Leisure facilities and libraries across the city are being modernised so they can be better equipped to suit the needs of residents and play a significant role in contributing to Council objectives for improving health and social outcomes for Manchester people.
Visit the Abraham Moss Library & Leisure Centre website here.
Ellis Williams – Architect / Landscape Designer
Ramboll UK Limited – Civil & Structural Engineer / Acoustic Engineer
Building Design Partnership – MEP Engineers
OFR – Fire & Risk Consultant
SRL Technical Services Limited – BREEAM Consultant
FT Leisure – Pool Specialist
Laing O’Rourke – Contractor
Keelagher Okey Klein (KOK) – Principal Designer