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Melbourn Sports Centre


Start planning your summer holiday sports early. Holiday courses include children’s playscheme, pentathlons and swimming crash courses. Bookings are now being taken.


We will also be running a stall again at this year’s Melbourn village fete on Saturday 29th June, so why not come along and find out more about your local sports centre!


Get Fit for the Summer


Join up to either a gold or silver membership in June and get July free! Or students can purchase our summer student membership for three months all-inclusive for only £99.00!


For something a bit different this Fathers’ Day, how about treating your Dad to his own gym membership or purchasing a gift discount card for our other activities here at Melbourn Sports? It’s a great way to help a loved one get fit!


New Aquathon Training Sessions In addition to our Rookie Lifesaving course and our teen training, we have new Aquathon training sessions, aimed specifically at multisport athletes. These sessions are aimed at triathletes of any experience level, however we require all participants to be able to swim lengths. For ages 10-16 we will be running separate swimming sessions from the adults. The swim and run classes are aimed at improving technique and stamina.


Days/Times:


Under 16’s swim/run*: Tuesdays, 5.45 – 6.30pm Adults swim/run*: Thursdays, 7.30 – 8.30pm


*Due to the swimming pool timetable, the sessions will alternate every week between swim and run training.


Price: members: £3.60 per person non-members: £4.30 per person


For further details on the above or any other activities, please drop in, call (01763) 263313 or go online at www.melbournsports.com. We look forward to seeing you soon.


Graham Johnson-Mack 57


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