New life for nightclub as health centre



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A former nightclub in Wakefield is bring transformed into a health and wellbeing centre.

The former Quest nightclub is being developed by Quest Property (Wakefield Ltd) to create Drury Lane Health and Wellbeing Centre, which will house bring together various services run by South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SWYPFT).

Jason Brook, Chief Executive of Quest Property, said: “Quest Property are delighted to be part of this redevelopment in the heart of Wakefield town centre. Once finished it will be a great asset to the community. We are thrilled about the progress made on site to date.

“Through our partnership with SWYPFT, we will bring about the best facilities and services to Wakefield by bringing together various current locations into one central location.”

The centre is set to open this month.

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