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24-hour sauna in Islington closed by police seeks ‘special treatments’ licence

07:45 05 August 2012

A licence is being sought from Islington Town Hall

A licence is being sought from Islington Town Hall

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A 24-hour sauna shut down by police six months ago has lodged an application for a “special treatments” licence.

Pleasure Garden in Caledonian Road, Islington, wants permission to offer sauna, steam and massage treatments.

It was closed following a police raid in February, when it was found to be operating without a licence.

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