As thoughts start turning to warmer days, East Riding Leisure is urging residents to 'spring into fitness' with a range of special offers which are only available for a limited period.
A one-month Premier membership - including the full package of exercise classes, gym, swim and sports hall use at all nine East Riding Leisure Centres - is now available for £19.50, saving over £13 on the normal price.
In another offer, six months for the price of five are available on Premier, Crew Card and *Sunlight memberships, which also allow access to all facilities. (*Sunlight membership access from 9am to 4pm.)
These offers also include access to the HealthPlus programme, which offers three sessions with a fitness consultant to help members to achieve their goals.
The offers are only available from Monday, 24 February to Tuesday, 31 March, 2020.
Councillor Shaun Horton, portfolio holder for tourism, culture and leisure, said: "I hope these special offers will encourage lots of people to spring into action to take advantage of these great membership packages to help improve their overall health and wellbeing."
For full details, and news of all facilities and special events and offers at East Riding leisure centres, visit www.eastridingleisure.co.uk or visit your local East Riding leisure centre. Follow on Facebook EastRidingLeisure and twitter@ERLeisure.
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