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Free gym membership for young people in Brent throughout January

PUBLISHED: 08:00 26 December 2014

Vale Farm Sports Centre gym

Vale Farm Sports Centre gym

Justin W Thomas

Brent youngsters are being offered free gym membership throughout January as part of a drive to get the borough fitter.

Anyone aged between 11 and 16 can enjoy the promotion being offered by Vale Farm sports centre in Watford Road, Sudbury, in conjunction with their first anniversary under new management.

The gym, which is a partnership between Brent Council and Everyone Active, has an array of facilities and equipment on offer including includes treadmills, cross trainers, exercise bikes, Power Plate machines, Concept II rowing machines.

It also boasts resistance machines and free weights.

Chris Williams, Everyone Active contract manager, said: “We’re looking forward to throwing open our doors to mark the centre’s first birthday and we’re hoping by offering free access we’ll encourage more members of the community to come down and enjoy a workout.”

Cllr James Denselow, Brent Council’s lead member for stronger communities, added: We’ve had a very successful first year partnership with Everyone Active. The centre has state-of-the art facilities and has become ‘the’ place to go for the local community. The free access is a great way to celebrate the first birthday.

“We hope this great offering can encourage new people to Vale Farm”.

The free offer is available every Monday from 10am to noon and 6pm to 9pm, Tuesday from 6pm to 9pm, Wednesday from 10am to noon, Thursday from 6pm to 9pm and Sunday from 10am to noon.

Young people with can visit the facility as many times as they like and for as long as they like but they must be accompanied by an adult.

There is no need to pre-book.

Last month women were offered the same deal and in February it will be the turn ofmales aged 11 and over.


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