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Crown Sports Lockers

What we can do for you
Crown Sports Lockers has designed, crafted and fitted bespoke timber furniture for spas, hotels and the sport and leisure sectors since 1993. We project manage fit-outs from lockers, treatment rooms, vanities and bench seating to reception desks, bedroom furniture, washrooms and cubicles in tailored materials, colours and finishings.

Key products and services
We design, manufacture and install bespoke timber furniture, including lockers, vanities, bench seating, treatment rooms, washrooms, cubicles, bedroom furniture and reception desks. We also provide a wide range of digital, electronic and traditional locking systems to suit all demands.

Plans for the next 12 months
We plan to attend two exhibitions this year: Elevate and Independent Hotel Show. We are continuing to develop our new Illuminate locker range with internal colour-changing LED lighting and translucent locker doors, which creates a relaxing changing room ambiance.
Key personnel
Spencer Grimwood, Director
Sam Palmer, Director
Key customers
Village Hotels, The Club Company, Psycle, independent hotels, spas, leisure clubs and golf clubs.
Testimonial
“Crown were a delight to deal with throughout and we were all impressed with their professionalism and aftersales service. Like us, they strive for perfection. I couldn’t fault them.”
– Adrienne Brend, Project Manager, Saunton Sands Source Spa & Wellness
updates & press releases
05 Aug 2021
Stratton House delivers a blast from the past
Long-serving Independent Hotel Show exhibitor Crown Sports Lockers received a call out of the blue early in 2021 from Stratton House.

Previously a stand visitor to the 2017 event, Stratton House representatives discussed plans with the changing room specialists to introduce spa provisions but planning permission for the project took longer than expected due to the pandemic.

“Once we were in a position to press the Go button again, Crown was our first port of call to help us progress the project by fitting out changing areas and treatment rooms,” says hotel director Aidan Stevens.

With the £1m expansion complete, Stratton House’s Spa in the Garden opened for business in mid-May but the sector havoc that lockdown wreaked left the location’s owners awash with uncertainty, like so many hospitality and leisure venues.

As Freedom Day beckoned on 19 July, Stevens expected to see the venture bustling with new business.

“We’ve already received some great feedback from guests, which I hope will continue as hospitality returns to normal.”

Rocky road
Stevens recalls the rocky road to creating the spa destination. Nestled in the Cotswolds, Stratton House presents a characterful face, resplendent in period stone construction dating back to the 16th century.

Purchased by the Stevens family five years ago, the property offered major potential for expansion of leisure provision.

“Creating a new spa was our intention from the start, but we’re in a conservation area and the planners have restrictions about what we can and cannot do,” Stevens explained.

“We were anxious to maximise the opportunity at the back of the hotel, while preserving the feel of a walled garden. The vision was to feature a glass pavilioned spa building in the garden, which would largely remain out of sight.

“I’d met Sam Palmer, Crown’s co-director, on the IHS stand and discussed the project with him. The business model was to reposition us as a destination hotel with greater emphasis on leisure – to attract guests looking to relax with half-day spa packages.”

After finally gaining planning permission for the development in 2019, Stevens picked up with Palmer in December.

“We were within 36 hours of signing the contract with the builders but had to hit pause due to unforeseen delays. Then COVID-19 hit, causing further disruptions,” said Stevens.

By January 2021, he’d got the ball rolling again, inviting Palmer to measure up on-site in late March.

Just a month after, Crown had completed a seven-day fitout of Egger décor male and female spa changing rooms, embracing lockers with integrated seating, wet and dry vanities, towel display and drop units and ancillary furniture in five treatment rooms, including cupboards and worktops.

“Crown made a sizable input into the project,” says Stevens, “ I worked closely with my wife Sarah – who has an eye for design – and helped us make greater use of the space by hiding away storage units and rethinking the ladies area by introducing more privacy for both guests and staff.

“They really applied their extensive experience with designing and fitting out spa facilities to take the end result beyond our expectations.”
Crown Sports Lockers: featured in HCM and Fit Tech magazines
Facilities: Personal space
Changing rooms have been largely closed during the pandemic, but as clubs open up, how will ongoing pandemic restrictions impact changing room design? We ask the experts for their observations and reflections
Upgrade your changing room with the latest in locker and changing room kit
Crown Sports Lockers
Tel: +44 (0)1803 555885
Address: 2-3 Torbay Business Park, Woodview Road, Paignton, Devon, TQ4 7HP, UK
Spencer Grimwood, Director
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Diary dates
01-03 Feb 2022
Coventry Building Society Arena, Coventry, United Kingdom
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07-10 Apr 2022
Exhibition Centre , Cologne, Germany
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15-16 Jun 2022
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01-07 Dec 2022
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Gold company profile

Crown Sports Lockers

What we can do for you
Crown Sports Lockers has designed, crafted and fitted bespoke timber furniture for spas, hotels and the sport and leisure sectors since 1993. We project manage fit-outs from lockers, treatment rooms, vanities and bench seating to reception desks, bedroom furniture, washrooms and cubicles in tailored materials, colours and finishings.

Key products and services
We design, manufacture and install bespoke timber furniture, including lockers, vanities, bench seating, treatment rooms, washrooms, cubicles, bedroom furniture and reception desks. We also provide a wide range of digital, electronic and traditional locking systems to suit all demands.

Plans for the next 12 months
We plan to attend two exhibitions this year: Elevate and Independent Hotel Show. We are continuing to develop our new Illuminate locker range with internal colour-changing LED lighting and translucent locker doors, which creates a relaxing changing room ambiance.
Testimonial
“Crown were a delight to deal with throughout and we were all impressed with their professionalism and aftersales service. Like us, they strive for perfection. I couldn’t fault them.”
– Adrienne Brend, Project Manager, Saunton Sands Source Spa & Wellness
updates & press releases
05 Aug 2021
Stratton House delivers a blast from the past
Long-serving Independent Hotel Show exhibitor Crown Sports Lockers received a call out of the blue early in 2021 from Stratton House.

Previously a stand visitor to the 2017 event, Stratton House representatives discussed plans with the changing room specialists to introduce spa provisions but planning permission for the project took longer than expected due to the pandemic.

“Once we were in a position to press the Go button again, Crown was our first port of call to help us progress the project by fitting out changing areas and treatment rooms,” says hotel director Aidan Stevens.

With the £1m expansion complete, Stratton House’s Spa in the Garden opened for business in mid-May but the sector havoc that lockdown wreaked left the location’s owners awash with uncertainty, like so many hospitality and leisure venues.

As Freedom Day beckoned on 19 July, Stevens expected to see the venture bustling with new business.

“We’ve already received some great feedback from guests, which I hope will continue as hospitality returns to normal.”

Rocky road
Stevens recalls the rocky road to creating the spa destination. Nestled in the Cotswolds, Stratton House presents a characterful face, resplendent in period stone construction dating back to the 16th century.

Purchased by the Stevens family five years ago, the property offered major potential for expansion of leisure provision.

“Creating a new spa was our intention from the start, but we’re in a conservation area and the planners have restrictions about what we can and cannot do,” Stevens explained.

“We were anxious to maximise the opportunity at the back of the hotel, while preserving the feel of a walled garden. The vision was to feature a glass pavilioned spa building in the garden, which would largely remain out of sight.

“I’d met Sam Palmer, Crown’s co-director, on the IHS stand and discussed the project with him. The business model was to reposition us as a destination hotel with greater emphasis on leisure – to attract guests looking to relax with half-day spa packages.”

After finally gaining planning permission for the development in 2019, Stevens picked up with Palmer in December.

“We were within 36 hours of signing the contract with the builders but had to hit pause due to unforeseen delays. Then COVID-19 hit, causing further disruptions,” said Stevens.

By January 2021, he’d got the ball rolling again, inviting Palmer to measure up on-site in late March.

Just a month after, Crown had completed a seven-day fitout of Egger décor male and female spa changing rooms, embracing lockers with integrated seating, wet and dry vanities, towel display and drop units and ancillary furniture in five treatment rooms, including cupboards and worktops.

“Crown made a sizable input into the project,” says Stevens, “ I worked closely with my wife Sarah – who has an eye for design – and helped us make greater use of the space by hiding away storage units and rethinking the ladies area by introducing more privacy for both guests and staff.

“They really applied their extensive experience with designing and fitting out spa facilities to take the end result beyond our expectations.”
Crown Sports Lockers: featured in HCM and Fit Tech magazines
Facilities: Personal space
Changing rooms have been largely closed during the pandemic, but as clubs open up, how will ongoing pandemic restrictions impact changing room design? We ask the experts for their observations and reflections
Upgrade your changing room with the latest in locker and changing room kit
Crown Sports Lockers
Tel: +44 (0)1803 555885
Address: 2-3 Torbay Business Park, Woodview Road, Paignton, Devon, TQ4 7HP, UK
Spencer Grimwood, Director
Key personnel
Spencer Grimwood, Director
Sam Palmer, Director
Key customers
Village Hotels, The Club Company, Psycle, independent hotels, spas, leisure clubs and golf clubs.
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