Student Christmas Memberships

10th December 2019, 9:28am | By catherinerussell |

 

 

 

 

 

 

With the Christmas holidays fast approaching and students finishing school, college or university for the winter break, Wiltshire Council are offering student leisure memberships at their 10 leisure centres.

The 4 week membership includes unlimited fitness suite usage, group exercise classes, swimming in public sessions, health suite usage and racket sports court hire as well as a gym induction if required, and is available for just £29.99. There are no additional fees or costs to pay – just one off payment that gives you all the above usage to help you stay active and fit over Christmas

This is open to any student in full time education who is aged 16 or more. Proof of enrolment will be required when signing up.

Christmas is often a time when fitness and activity levels suffer – make sure you stay active and fresh with this offer! Simply come in to your local Wiltshire Council leisure centre to sign up and start your membership. Available at Amesbury Sports and Community Centre, Devizes Leisure Centre, Durrington Swimming Pool, Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre, Marlborough Leisure Centre, Nadder Centre (Tisbury), Springfield Community Campus (Corsham), The Vale Community Campus (Pewsey) and Tidworth Leisure Centre.

 

 

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