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Cheltenham Ladies' College fitness centre remains open during Coronavirus crisis

Cheltenham Ladies' College fitness centre remains open during the Coronavirus crisis and has implemented social distancing measures.

The fitness centre at Cheltenham Ladies’ College will remain open during the Coronavirus crisis, following advice from ukactive and Sport England about the importance of staying fit and healthy.

The college has put social distancing measures in place, including creating more space between cardio equipment, reducing the capacity of group fitness classes and limiting the number of people in one area at a time.

Changing room facilities will still be available, and customers are being reassured that staff have significantly increased their cleaning regimes.

For more information, visit cheltladiescollege.org or call Cheltenham Ladies’ College Health and Fitness Centre on (01242) 261346.

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Thursday 19 March 2020

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