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Free Gym Taster Sessions

Free Gym Taster Sessions

Getting fit can sometimes be difficult if you have a disability that stops you using a gym. But help is on hand at the Access Fitness disability friendly gym ,designed especially for people with physical or mental health conditions.

The gym at Concord Leisure Centre is running a series of free taster sessions, which can help lead you to a healthier lifestyle.

At these sessions you can meet staff and try out the latest equipment. They take place on Monday 5th February from 11.30-12.30, Friday 23rd February 12.30 – 13.30 and Wednesday 28th February 12.00 -13.00.

They are by appointment only, so to reserve a place contact: Kirsty Fields on 07581 627651 or email kirsty.fields@autismplus.co.uk

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