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    Suitable for use at Key Stage one, the Gym Centre consists of three frames each with a different range of activities.

    The frames are joined and open into a ‘Y’ configuration to offer a multitude of activity and linking possibilities.

    The Gym Centre is easily folded against the wall when not in use, protruding only 0.2m.

    Frame 1 is a rope frame and is fixed directly to a wall for extra rigidity, and features 2 climbing ropes (1 with turks head knots) and a rope ladder.

    Frame 2 is a conventional style climbing frame with horizontal bars.

    Frame 3 is an in and out frame introducing children to a more free style climbing experience.

    The frame is suitable for use with traditional gymnastic equipment as well as other elements of the Gym Time range.

    Space requirements :

    When in use in a ‘Y’ configuration, 3m from the wall and 3.5m wide.

    A further 2m circulation area around the equipment is recommended.

    When folded the frame is 2.5m high, 2m wide and 0.2m deep.

    Optional extras

    The Gym Centre can be supplied complete with an accessory package comprising the Mat Set and 3 items of linking equipment which can all be used as exit/entry point to the frame, or can be attached to either other items of Gym Time or Traditional equipment


      As with all Niels Larsen products, these are made to order so can take up to 6 weeks to deliver.

      All Schools are offered a trade account so no payment due until 30 days after delivery.

      Please email sales@cannonsuk.com on headed paper with official purchase order number included.

      Niels Larsen was founded in København, Denmark in 1893 as a designer and manufacturer of gymnastic and rehabilitation equipment. A subsidiary was later established in Leeds in 1907 bringing innovative designs into the UK market, many of which were later incorporated into our own British Standards. Niels Larsen can justly claim therefore, to be the 'founding father' of British gymnastics apparatus. The company traded continuously as Niels Larsen Ltd until 1971 when it was acquired by the Sutcliffe Group of Companies. The "Larsen" brand was however, retained by Sutcliffe Leisure in recognition of the exceptional quality of the equipment. In 1995, the sports and gymnastics equipment manufacturing business of Sutcliffe Leisure, including the Niels Larsen manufacturing unit, became independent once again as a result of a management buyout. The new company, again trading as Niels Larsen Ltd, is a wholly owned independent business.

      'The personal development and safety of all gymnasts - whether pre-school children or physical training instructors - depends on the quality, stability and structural integrity of the equipment being used. Niels Larsen products are well designed, and manufactured from the finest materials with real pride by our Yorkshire craftsmen. We hope you will enjoy using them.'