Publish on 01 Feb 2019
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Media Release - 1 February 2019
Campbelltown seniors will be able to get free access to pool and fitness classes during this year’s Seniors Festival.
New members can get a fitness and aquatic pass to Campbelltown Active facilities for seven consecutive days.
Classes in the pool include gentle exercise, aqua fitness and pilates, while there are a range of exercise machines available in the gym with certified instructors on hand to provide support.
“As all of us grow older it’s important to pay attention to our health by getting the right level of exercise,” said Mayor George Brticevic.
“This is an opportunity to try out our health facilities for free and make them part of your plan to improve your lifestyle. It’s good for both the body and mind, helping to reduce illness and improving your mood,” Cr Brticevic added.
The facilities at Gordon Fetterplace Aquatic Centre, Eagle Vale Central, Macquarie Fields Leisure Centre and Macquarie Fields Fitness and Indoor Sports Centre are all wheelchair accessible.
To be eligible for the free pass you must be over 60, or an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander over 50, or someone over 50 with a lifelong disability. Identification is required.
This year’s Seniors Festival runs from 13-24 February and includes concerts, drawing and tech workshops, art tours, socials and therapy groups.
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