Mayor of Ards and North Down Cllr Trevor Cummings has visited Bangor’s newest wellbeing studio to congratulate the owners of the business on their arrival to the town.
The studio has opened in the heart of Main Street at an investment of £1m and with the creation of 10 jobs. Set over three floors Eclectic offers pilates, beauty and wellbeing.
Mayor of Ards and North Down, Councillor Trevor Cummings said; “I was delighted to have had the opportunity to visit Eclectic studios in Bangor. The level of investment in the town is a real boost for the Borough.
“At a time when our health and wellbeing is more important than ever, I wish the team at Eclectic well with their new venture.”
Nicola Morrison, co-founder of Eclectic said: “We were delighted to welcome the Mayor for a tour of Eclectic to see for himself the level of investment we have made in the town and we are grateful that he gave of his time to officially welcome us to Bangor. We have worked tirelessly with architects, interior designers, builders and fit out specialists to create an inspirational oasis of tranquillity and we are proud that since opening in November that Eclectic has become embedded into the fabric of the local business community here in Bangor.”
To view the full range of luxury beauty and wellbeing treatments available at Eclectic, please visit www.eclecticlifestyle.com. Follow Eclectic on Facebook at www.facebook.com/eclecticni and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/eclectic.ni.