A new hydrotherapy pool, which will be used to treat hundreds of young patients from Sheffield Children's Hospital has been officially opened. £200,000 has been spent replacing the 50 year old pool at Ryegate Children's Centre in Broomhill.
The new sunken facility is much easier for patients to access, features modern lighting including some lights beneath the water and has an improved hoist for getting young people in and out of the water. It was provided thanks to donations from Henry Boot Construction and Dransfield Properties Ltd.
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