Fitness classes return to Cirencester

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Fitness classes return to Cirencester

Fitness classes run by Cotswold District Council's leisure team are returning to Cirencester - thanks to Kingshill School.

The school has kindly agreed to open up its facilities to accommodate a skeleton programme of events while Cotswold Leisure Cirencester remains closed due to flood damage.

From next week, classes will run at Kingshill on the following days:

  • Tuesday: Circuits with Ollie Wakefield from 6pm-7pm and Legs, Bums & Tums with Ali McIntosh from 7pm- 8pm

  • Wednesday: Step Aerobics with Jackie Hood from 8pm-9pm

  • Thursday : Aerobics with Helen Clark from 6pm � 7pm

More classes are set to be added - for updates please visit, or telephone 01285 623508/623335.

Depending on their level of membership package, Cirencester members have free use of the facilities and/or pools, where available, at the Council's other leisure centres at Bourton, Chipping Campden, Tetbury and Fairford until the site re-opens.

In addition, they have free use of the outdoor pool in Cirencester, by showing their membership card, from 8.00am to 10.00am Monday to Friday during the opening season.

Posted : 24/08/2007 11:26:06

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