How to get FREE gym pass to use in Weston-super-Mare

PUBLISHED: 10:09 31 May 2018 | UPDATED: 17:24 01 June 2018

Mercury readers can get fit thanks to Anytime Fitness' offer.

Mercury readers can get fit thanks to Anytime Fitness' offer.

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A Weston-super-Mare gym is giving Mercury readers a free three-day pass to use its facilities – and one lucky person can win a three-month membership.

Nick Mannion and Kate Feltwell.Nick Mannion and Kate Feltwell.

Anytime Fitness opened at Dolphin Square in February and is keen to show off its equipment to the town.

Every Mercury reader can enjoy a three-day membership to Anytime Fitness by picking up a copy of today’s (Thursday’s) paper.

Meanwhile an online competition is also being run to allow one lucky person to win a three-month version.

To win the main prize, readers must take a virtual online tour of the new gym and find the orangutan which is hidden. They then must take a screenshot of it and email westonsupermare.manager@anytimefitness.co.uk by June 30.

Anytime Fitness’ gym is open 24 hours a day so there is no excuse for not making time in your schedule to make the most of the gym complex.

MORE: New Weston gym opens for first time.

Speaking in February, general manager Graham Clark said a 24-hour gym was what the town needed.

He said: “People who work nights won’t be able to go to a gym because of the closing times, so members can come in and train whenever they want.

“We have five fully-qualified and experienced members of staff who are all excited by the new venture and working with members to meet their fitness goals.

“Dolphin Square is a fantastic place to be based, and we’ve got a great working relationship with our neighbours.

“We will all work together to make Weston a great place to be.”

Among the features of Anytime Fitness are its worldwide club access – meaning members can use any of its 4,000 centres – its instructor-led and virtual classes, water massage bed and personalised fitness plans.

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