Council leisure centres are attracting 1.7million people a year, and here’s why you should visit One Leisure
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One Leisure is one of the success stories of Huntingdonshire District Council as their leisure centres continue to attract more visitors than ever as they continue to expand its portfolio of facilities for the local community.
A CHOICE OF FIVE LOCAL CENTRES
When you join One Leisure, you don’t get to use just one site, you can use any other five centres in Huntingdon, Ramsey, Sawtry, St Ives and St Neots as all towns are located close to each other and offer something different. Their ‘One Card’ not only gives you access to all venues, but will help you save on every visit. This is why, with 1.7 million visitors per year they are one of the busiest leisure attractions in the district.
SUPERB GYMS AND FITNESS STUDIOS
The main reason why people visit One Leisure is to regularly workout at the Impressions gyms or attend over 200 of the group exercise classes. The gyms provide a welcoming environment and are not intimidating as their friendly and professional staff will support you from the beginning and help you reach your fitness goals. Age is not a barrier as their members range from 11 to 90 years of age.
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Gyms are equipped with TechnoGym cardio equipment, resistance machines, free weights, PowerPlates and functional training areas to tailor a fitness programme for everyone. These are complimented with a diverse programme of classes that range from Body Combat to Yoga and Group Cycling to Zumba.
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Huntingdon, St Ives and St Neots have 25 metre swimming pools and there are 20 metre pools in Ramsey and Sawtry. They are open early in the morning for fitness and leisurely lane swimming and have various daytime swim sessions and even more swims in the evenings and at weekends. For children and families there are public sessions which include floats and inflatables in the water.
NO CONTRACT MEMBERSHIPS
One Leisure believe that their customers will stay if they are happy which is why they don’t tie their members into long contracts with lengthy cancellation notices. If you are choosing another gym instead of One Leisure, be advised to check the small print as you may end up paying for a lot longer than you expected. Loyalty is rewarded at One Leisure as members who want to pay for 12 months upfront can save over £50 a year.
CHOOSE THE MEMBERSHIP THAT SUITS YOU
The most popular membership at One Leisure is the ‘Premier’ package which offers use of the Impressions gym, over 200 fitness classes and swimming pools at all five One Leisure. If you don’t want to use everything, then there are great value ‘Solo Gym’ and ‘Aqua’ packages which are ideal if you only want to use some facilities. You also have to option of adding unlimited use of the luxurious Heat Experience Suites where you can relax and unwind.
MORE THAN JUST FITNESS
All of the One Leisure sites offer a lot more than fitness facilities - they are the ‘hub of the community’ by offering something for all ages and interests. Children are well catered for with school holiday activities, crèche facilities, party packages, Leo’s Funzone soft play centre and the Swim4Life swimming lessons scheme.
Tenpin Bowling at One Leisure St Ives has attracted many new people to the centre and the Burgess Hall entertainment venue in St Ives provides a diverse range of shows, concerts, fairs and national tours.
For more information about One Leisure you can pop into your local site where staff will be pleased to show you around or visit www.oneleisure.net for timetables and activities on offer.