Now he’s hoping to convey soccer darts and soccer ping pong to the dome after lockdown as he continues to consider offering amenities for Hartlepool.
He needs to verify there’s loads on supply for the individuals of Hartlepool after the pandemic. Steven instructed the Hartlepool Mail: “We gained’t be overwhelmed.
“We’re desirous to convey much more to the domes after lockdown, akin to extra health courses together with one I’ve designed myself which is HITBOX – a spread of excessive depth exercises blended with boxing.”
He stated there could be ‘numerous enjoyable, new and onerous working courses’ however there could be different sights as properly.
“We additionally need to do soccer darts and soccer ping pong. It’s one thing new, completely different and nowhere has it within the North East.”
“Soccer darts is a human sized dart board the place you kick the material coated balls to play darts. Ping pong is similar guidelines as customary ping pong however you employ a soccer. It’s performed all around the world now and I feel quickly it can come a sport.”
All of it comes simply months after Steven unveiled the 14ft lengthy and 8ft vast Footpool sport.
This time, he stated, he needed to ‘once more assist the employees of NHS by giving them a everlasting low cost on all my providers, for his or her onerous work
and dedication in the direction of Covid.”
Steven’s amenities on the golf dome, in Tees Highway, additionally embrace the non-public driving vary cubicles, snack bar and a childrens play space.
There are hand sanitising stations and a monitor and hint system on the venue on Tees Highway which already is house to Steven’s Physique Medical doctors health enterprise.
He additionally thanked everybody who supported him by way of the pandemic final yr and particularly members of his Physique Physician boot camp on the golf dome, including: “With out them we wouldn’t be open or functioning anymore.”