Get a month’s unlimited swimming for just £5!
People throughout South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse wanting to get more active can take advantage of a month’s unlimited swimming at district council 'Better' leisure centres for just £5.
Residents can take advantage of the offer at Abbey Sports Centre in Berinsfield, Didcot Wave, Faringdon Leisure Centre, Henley Leisure Centre, Thame Leisure Centre, Wantage Leisure Centre and at the White Horse Leisure and Tennis Centre in Abingdon.
How to claim a month’s unlimited swimming for £5
Visit getoxfordshireactive.org/5swims2016 to register for this fantastic offer, or contact Hendriette Knouwds on 07717836750.
Once you’ve signed up you’ll be sent an email containing a unique promotional code. Hand this in at your local leisure centre any time between Friday 1 April and Tuesday 31 May 2016 to activate your one month swim membership.
Reception staff will then give a one month swim membership card and two free guest passes for a friend to join you or for you to try out any of the other activities at ‘Better’ leisure centres.
You’ll also get a GO Active loyalty card - make sure reception staff stamp this each time you visit as you’ll get a free gift after your first six swims.
Cllr Anna Badcock, Cabinet Member for Leisure at South Oxfordshire District Council, said: “Swimming is great fun and a very good way to get active and keep healthy. This is a great offer, you can swim as many times as you want during the month for just £5 and everyone who signs up get free guest passes too so your friends and family can join you.”
Cllr Charlotte Dickson, Cabinet Member for Leisure at Vale of White Horse District Council, said: “Thanks to our joint leisure contract with GLL there’s seven pools at our ‘Better’ leisure centres across the two districts where you can have a month’s unlimited swimming. So we really want to see as many people as possible take advantage of the offer.”
The unlimited swimming initiative is being provided by GO Active in partnership with ‘Better’ leisure centres managed by GLL in South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse.