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St Mary's Centre
St Mary's Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 15th September 2016 9:00am
The Fitlife Gym opens this Saturday, 17th September, in the former health centre building on Banks Park, next to the library and village hall.
And wow! What a cool, awesome, fab venue this has turned into.
Steve and Jess have done an amazing job, converting a much neglected, unloved and virtually derelict building into a wonderful venue for 21st century health and fitness.
Subdued lighting, a superb sound system, impressive fitness kit and all the bells and whistles make this a truly unique venue to pursue your personal fitness goals.
The Fitlife Gym formally opens its door this Saturday morning, 17th September 2016, but you can get a preview on Thursday and Friday evening (15th/16th Sept) from 6.00 — 9.00pm.
Demand for membership is going to be very high, and to ensure that all members have a wonderful experience at every visit the total member numbers will be limited, so you'd better get down there and sign up very quickly.
More details here.
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