Sports and Fitness at your Doorstep Open Day Saturday, 7th June

 


Dublin City Council has announced an Open Day at a number of its state of the art Sports and Fitness Centres around the city on Saturday, 7th June from 10am to 4pm.
 
The Council’s Sports and Fitness Centres at Ballymun, Markievicz, Dublin 2, Ballyfermot and Finglas and Irishtown Stadium will open their doors with FREE sport for all.  Activities such as swimming lessons, spin classes, a tag blitz in Irishtown and much much more will be the order of the day.
 
Promotional offers will also be available on Saturday. For example at our leisure centre in Ballymun an 11 month membership deal will be available at a fantastic rate of €210. This centre provides a 4 lane 25m pool, a children’s pool, waterslides, saunas, steam room, aerobic studio and gym. All activities are supervised by our fully qualified sports staff.
 
At our Markievicz Sports and Fitness Centre in the heart of the city you will find everything you would expect from a modern fitness facility.  A 25m pool providing regular aquafit classes, a fully equipped gym and fitness studio will help you with your fitness regime at lunchtime - all supervised by qualified sports personnel.
 
Our Irishtown Stadium is the proud holder of the Ireland Active White Flag Award, a quality award offered to the leisure industry in Ireland.  The Stadium boasts an 8 lane x 400m international running track, fully equipped gym, aerobic studios, 5 all weather pitches, an Astroturf pitch and a full size grass soccer pitch. Yet another great city centre location to get your work out!
 
“Dublin City Council is holding this Open Day to let everyone know about the great sporting facilities available to them on their doorstep. Getting fit and staying fit has never been easier with our wide range of fitness classes. Our enthusiastic and dedicated fitness instructors will guide you through each workout, helping you stay
motivated and focused on your fitness goals. There are also few skills more important to children than learning how to swim. Whether for sport or fun learning how to swim properly in a safe and fun environment will provide them with a lifelong skill they’ll never lose. Pop down on Saturday to your nearest Sports and Fitness Centre” said Jim Beggan, Sports and Fitness Services Facilities, Dublin City Council.
 
For further information on what is happening on the day in your area and indeed in all Dublin City Council Sports and Fitness Centres please see http://www.dublincity.ie/sportsandfitness  
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