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Grantham leisure centre to put on free activities as part of National Fitness Day

Grantham Meres Leisure Centre EMN-150408-164203001
Grantham Meres Leisure Centre EMN-150408-164203001

The Meres leisure centre in Grantham is putting on free activities on Wednesday as part of National Fitness Day.

1Life, which runs the centre, will be providing free activities for people in South Kesteven as part of its involvement in National Fitness Day. The centre will be offering a range of 20-minute gym floor classes every hour as well as all group exercise classes being offered for free on the day.

The free activities will also be available at Bourne Leisure Centre, Stamford Leisure Pool and Deepings Leisure Centre and will be open to members and non-members alike.

To register a free place, check out the online timetables at www.1life.co.uk and contact one of the following centres to reserve a place: Grantham Meres Leisure Centre - 01476 581 930, Bourne Leisure Centre – 01788 421435, Stamford Leisure Pool - 01780 765522 or Deepings Leisure Centre - 01778 344072.

National Fitness Day is the country’s largest celebration of physical activity. With thousands of free events on offer, the aim is to inspire people to get moving while making it easy and fun to try something new with free taster sessions. National Fitness Day 2015 will build upon the success of last year, when nearly 2,000 venues opened their doors to run free exercise sessions, with the campaign reaching 27 million people across the country.

For the latest updates on National Fitness Day on Twitter follow @FitnessDayUK, Tweet using the hashtag #fitnessday or go on Facebook (National Fitness Day).


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