Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
By Steve Gregory - 1st September 2016 3:00pm
Sorry, folks — we are having to delay our gym opening date a little!
After months and months of blood, sweat and tears, we have been let down at the final hurdle by a major equipment supplier who cannot install by the date that had been promised.
Unfortunately, this has left us with no choice but to delay the opening of the new Fitlife Gym in Haddenham.
This means that the official opening date is now Saturday 17th September, with open evenings (to come and take a look around) on the 15th and 16th of September.
We can not express our sincere apologies enough — and trust us when we say, no-one is more disappointed than we are!
We hope to see as many guests as possible on one of the open evenings
Or, if you can't make either of these, come and visit on our first official day: Saturday 17th September.
We will have an extended class timetable on this day for you to come and try out one of our awesome classes.
Any questions or queries please don't hesitate to contact us. Or visit the Fitlife website
Steve and Jess
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