23rd April 2021, 10:12am | By David |

Your local leisure centre is now reopen and providing you with the opportunity and facilities to either get back into a more active routine, or maybe even start up from new.

The health and safety of our visitors remains a priority and we have a number of measures in place to help promote a safe and enjoyable visit. For more details of this please visit our reopening webpage at www.wiltshire.gov.uk/leisure-covid19.

Gym sessions are available for members throughout the day in most facilities, swimming sessions are back and swimming lessons have also resumed for most of our learn to swim stages now. We’re unable to offer indoor group exercise classes until 17 May at the earliest, but most centres are providing a range of group exercise classes outdoors in the spring sunshine and these have been very well received by customers over the last two weeks.

It’s been a challenging time for everyone but we’d love to help you start to look forward, get into more regular activity and achieve your health and fitness goals. Simply drop in to your nearest leisure centre to have a look around, ask for a tour or enquire about memberships.

For details of your local leisure centre please visit www.wiltshire.gov.uk/leisure

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