10 Aug

Lifestyle Fitness to open 30th location at Huish Episcopi Academy

Lifestyle Fitness are delighted to announce the opening of their 30th location in Langport, Somerset. Working in partnership with Huish Episcopi Academy, Lifestyle Fitness will take over the management of the existing Huish Leisure Centre in September.

Located in the Huish Episcopi Academy, the site offers modern gym equipment, outdoor pitches, group fitness classes, studio space alongside a 25 metre state-of-the-art swimming pool and complimentary parking.

“We are very pleased to be working alongside such a well established leisure centre to continue providing an excellent health and fitness experience to the community” says Lifestyle Fitness Managing Director, James Lawrence. “We aim to use our 40 years’ experience to help enhance and develop the experience of our users, and continue to build on the good work of Huish Episcopi.”

Matt Wood, Business Manager at Huish Episcopi, added, “We’re delighted to be working with Lifestyle Fitness. We felt their experience in managing school leisure facilities and making them available to the wider community was the perfect fit for Huish Episcopi. We’re confident that the entire community in Langport will benefit in the coming months and years.”

Lifestyle Fitness have a portfolio of fitness clubs across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The opening of the site at Langport will be the 30th facility in the Lifestyle Fitness estate. More details about the new site will be announced in due course.

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