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Alan Shearer opens new hydrotherapy suite at his centre for disabled people HomeNewsNorth East NewsAlan ShearerShearer paid tribute to the generosity which keeps burberry online the St Cuthberts facility free to use for members and he has no plans to stop burberry outlet europe online raising money 15:15, 26 SEP 2016Updated15:36, 26 SEP 2016Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email "Scoring a goal is an amazing feeling, but I get more of a feeling when I walk in here and see the enjoyment that this centre burberry outlet bags handbags gives the kids". Those were Toon legend Alan Shearer's words as he opened a new hydrotherapy suite for disabled people at the centre which bears the Newcastle legend's name. The pool at the Alan Shearer Centre is twice the size of the suite it has replaced. It combines interactive mood lighting with water and musical features. The temperature controlled pool can be used to help build muscle and its mood lighting can calm people with sensory needs. Three year old Jessica Robertson was the first to try out the new suite, which has been fully funded by the Alan Shearer Foundation. Cleaswell Hill School pupils at the official opening of the new hydrotherapy pool at the Alan Shearer Centre Shearer an ex England captain who is Newcastle United's record goalscorer said he gets as much, if not more, of a buzz from seeing the difference his free to use centre makes as he did from finding the back of the burberry factory outlet canada Gallowgate net. He said: "Scoring a goal is an amazing feeling, but I get more of a feeling when I walk in here and see the enjoyment that it [the centre] gives the kids. "To do this, here in the North East, where there is nothing else like this, makes it extra special." The centre, which is part of the St Cuthberts Care charity, opened in 2007, a year after Shearer hung up his boots. Almost 10 years on, the fundraising continues. One of Shearer's aims is to keep the centre free of charge for the people that use it. The former number 9 who now has a CBE and a statue outside St James' Park has organised golf days and charity balls to help keep the coffers full. Alan Shearer CBE with Jessica Robertson, 3, at the official opening of the new hydrotherapy pool at the Alan Shearer Centre "We want to continue giving this for free, so we have to raise as much as we can," Shearer said. "The generosity of so many people helps us give this away for free.
I want to continue to do that, because it's very important." The centre in West Denton has been transformed from a derelict lodge to a state of the art facility. There are sensory rooms, an accessible play park and respite areas.