Residents are being encouraged to join the many members and casual centre customers to return to the district’s leisure centres and get their exercise regimes back on track after months of lockdown.
Since opening at the end of July, the Freedom Leisure centres – operated in partnership with Rother District Council, have been delighted to welcome back so many people and are urging more to return.
Paul Norris, Rother centres contract manager for Freedom Leisure said: “While we have been busy welcoming members old and new, our priority is still to provide excellent levels of customer service in a clean and safe environment. We are constantly reviewing our class and gym programming so that we can meet the growing demand from our members and customers”.
Feedback from a customer of Rye Sports Centre said: “The team have been outstanding. The centre is clean, as friendly as ever and they are doing all they can to accommodate us.”
Cllr Jay Brewerton, Rother District Council’s cabinet member for young people, sport and leisure, said: “Exercise is fundamental to people’s health and wellbeing so we are delighted to see these leisure centres back open.
“It’s great to see the hard work of staff at Freedom Leisure paying off, with residents feeling confident that all possible measures are being taken to keep them, and staff, as safe as possible.”
Until October 15, new members or those renewing their membership at Freedom Leisure centres, can benefit a promotional offer and save £30 over three months in membership fees.
To find out more about the special officer, information about the measures in place and details for individual centres visit www.freedom-leisure.co.uk/
Published: 1st September 2020