Tea and tour from 10-11.30am
The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Centre in Rugby is inviting everyone over the age of 60 to a local residents’ tea and tour day, as part of International Day of Older People.
The leisure centre run by Better, the UK’s largest leisure provider, is providing a drop-in session on Wednesday (October 1) from 10-11.30am.
The session will include an opportunity to meet the centre’s expert fitness instructors and gain advice on living a healthier lifestyle through exercise and to also talk through the centre’s concessionary memberships suitable for them.
For everyone who attends there will be a supersaver deal at the centre’s café and a free day pass to try the state-of-the art facilities.
Philip Hanrahan, Healthwise Co-ordinator, said: “The purpose for the international campaign is to promote important issues such as healthcare, inclusive societies and equality; at a local level we want our older residents to play a vital part in society. We are keen to ensure that everyone learns that there is an opportunity for them to join in the fun at the centre and live a healthier lifestyle.
“This drop-in session is an opportunity for them to let us know what kind of sporting activities they would additionally like us to organise.”
There is no need to book, just come along between 10am and 11.30am. For more information please phone the centre on (01788) 565369 or email Georgia.email@example.com