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Melbourn Sports Centre


With the summer holidays only weeks away, it’s not too late to start planning your summer sports. We have a variety of activities to choose from, including our Ofsted Registered Playscheme (The Kidz Factor), Trampoline Crash Course, Sport Taster Sessions and Swimming Crash Course. Also available are our very popular Children’s Pentathlons and our New Sports Camps, always a fun way to try out both mainstream and specialist activities.


Teenage Kicks


We have variety of activities on offer, for young people that will help keep you fit and healthy!


Rookie Lifesaving Mondays, 5.15 – 6.15pm. Price per lesson: £4.75 members, £5.75 non-members (paid termly)


Teen Training An hour fitness session using our fitness suite machines 14 years upwards Monday – Friday, 3.30 – 4.30pm and weekends, 2.00 – 3.00pm. Price: £2.50 per session or 10 sessions for £20.00.


Aquathon Training … calling all triathletes, runners, and swimmers… 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.


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. Members’ Price : £3.60; Non Members’: £4.30


Get Fit for the Summer


Why not let us help you shape up before your summer holidays? We have lots of classes to keep you fit and healthy, including boxercise, zumba, core stability and body sculpture. Or why not take advantage of one of our great membership schemes to our fitness suite?


For further details on these 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 48


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