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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

HLH Encourages Low-Cost Ten-Day Exercise Binge 

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During the month of October High Life Highland is offering individuals resident in Highland the opportunity to use all of its Highland leisure facilities for £1-a-day over ten consecutive days. 

High Life Development Manager, Emma Thomson said: 

“Over the month of October, High Life Highland is giving people who live in Highland the option to take part in any of its swimming pools, gyms, fitness classes and strength and conditioning rooms for just £10 for ten consecutive days.  

“Those who take up the offer will become highlife members for the ten consecutive days from their first use of their card.

“In line with the standard highlife membership, this ten day opportunity can be used in any of the charity’s 25 leisure facilities across the Highlands. 

Emma added: 

“We know that people are looking for low-cost purchase options at the moment so we have come up with this new promotion over the course of October to give people a taster of the many physical and mental health and wellbeing benefits of having a highlife card.” 

The High Life Highland ‘Ten Days for £10’ offer will run alongside the charity’s existing promotions.  

Currently, any person that subscribes to the charity’s highlife membership during the month of September is put into a free prize draw to win an Apple iPhone 13 and individuals and families joining during the month of October will be in with a chance of winning a e-bike.

Terms and conditions apply: for details visit https://www.highlifehighland.com/join-high-life-highland/ 

Emma Thomson concluded:  

“The charity is really keen to encourage people around the Highlands to visit our centres and take up the opportunity to experience all the benefits of being a highlife member through this trial – by giving ten days access at this affordable rate people can access all the high-quality leisure services our existing members benefit from every day in High Life Highland facilities throughout the Highlands.” 

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