Jack Berry House officially opened its doors on Monday 20th April with a number of current and retired jockeys calling in to view all the facilities on offer.
Jack Berry House contains a state-of-the-art gym, hydrotherapy pool and associated respite units together with Moller House, the home of the resident site manager, Jo Russell. Established to assist the overall fitness and wellbeing of jockeys and with specialist equipment to aid recovery from injury, Jack Berry House will be the Injured Jockeys Fund’s northern base rehabilitation and fitness centre.
Vice-Patron Jack Berry, has worked tirelessly to raise over £3m towards the cost of the project. Principal contractor Illingworth & Gregory were committed to a high quality product at every stage of the construction under the close supervision of architects, Townscape, quantity surveyor, Derrick Kershaw and project manager, LHL Group .