Here's how to bag a deal and start New Year’s Resolutions early at Calderdale sports centres

Here's how to bag a deal and start New Years Resolutions early at Calderdale sports centres
Here's how to bag a deal and start New Years Resolutions early at Calderdale sports centres

Anyone who will be looking to do more exercise in 2019 as part of their New Year’s Resolutions may want to start thinking about it now if they want to bag a bargain.

This December, all Calderdale sports centres are offering discounts on adult annual memberships.

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If you pay for a year upfront, you’ll get 14 months membership for the price of 12 and if you choose to pay by Direct Debit the joining fee will be £10, with no monthly payments until February 2018.

Anyone who joins online will pay a reduced £5 joining fee.

Calderdale Council’s Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods and Communities, Coun Susan Press, said: “January is always the busiest time for gym memberships, but with this great December offer you can get a head start on your fitness goals and save money!

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“Being active has many benefits and we want to help people to be more active in any way they choose. With so much on offer at our sports centres, there really is something for everyone. Plus our fully qualified staff will be with you all the way to provide support and expert advice.”

Calderdale memberships include the use of five fitness centres across Calderdale – Halifax Pool, North Bridge Leisure Centre, Sowerby Bridge Pool and Fitness Centre, Brighouse Pool and Fitness Centre and Todmorden Sports Centre.

There is also a special membership available for students who may be returning home for the Christmas break. This special one-month membership is just £25.95, and allows access to full membership benefits for 30 days.

For more information, visit www.calderdale.gov.uk/sport from Saturday 1 December

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