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24-hour gym will open at Dolphin Square next week

PUBLISHED: 15:31 09 February 2018

Staff member Vanessa Ventura and general manager Graham Clark.

Staff member Vanessa Ventura and general manager Graham Clark.


Weston-super-Mare’s newest gym will open next week, and the Mercury has been given a sneak peek.

Anytime Fitness will open in Weston on Monday. Anytime Fitness will open in Weston on Monday.

Anytime Fitness will open at Dolphin Square on Monday, offering 24-hour access to exercise facilities at the leisure complex.

The gym boasts an extensive range of facilities, including on-demand video classes, individual changing rooms and a massage area.

Hundreds of people have already signed up during a ‘successful’ pre-sale period, according to general manager Graham Clark.

He told the Mercury: “A 24-hour gym is what Weston has been screaming out for years.

Anytime Fitness will open in Weston on Monday. Anytime Fitness will open in Weston on Monday.

“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.

“It’s been a long haul, and a lot of work has gone into it – but I’m certain it will all be worth it.”

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