WITH THE relaxing of the Covid regulations tomorrow, Freedom Leisure is hoping more people will visit its centres in Malvern and Tenbury to see what they have to offer.
‘FreedomLeisure Day’ as bosses are calling it us aimed at getting people to go to explore the centres with family, friends or work colleagues.
A spokesperson said: “We are all about inclusivity, accessibility and offering a space where people can meet, learn and play together and enjoy their leisure time.
“We’ll be raising a glass (or rather a coffee cup) to mark ‘Freedomleisure Day’ so there will be a coffee waiting for you, on us!
“We look forward to seeing all our loyal, regular customers and hopefully some new visitors finding out what makes a visit to their local leisure centre so special and the obvious physical and mental health benefits it can provide.”
Ivan Horsfall Turner, Freedom Leisure’s managing director, added: “There has never been a better time to try and be more active, more often.
“For some the pandemic has seen an increase in activity but for many others physical activity and health and wellbeing have lapsed.
“Your local community Freedom Leisure centre can help you get your activity levels back on track.”
The organisation added it was worth celebrating that – despite numerous local and national lockdowns over the past 18 months and the financial pressures imposed – the not-for-profit centres are back open, delivering locally focuses services.
Bosses added without the support of Malvern Hills District Council the centres may not have survived.
“So, let’s all celebrate ‘Freedomleisure Day’ and come and see what your local leisure centre can do for you and pick-up your free coffee,” added the spokesperson.
Freedom Leisure runs the Malvern Splash, Dyson Perrins Leisure Centre and Tenbury Swimming Pool.
Visit www.freedom-leisure.co.uk/centres for more.