A special invite to join the ClubAZ gym at Alderley Park
Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP), the new owners of the AstraZeneca Alderley Park Site, would like to offer you the opportunity to join ClubAZ, their private members on-site gym and sports complex.
MSP are keen to develop links with local communities, and are making this special offer to local residents.
The services and facilities include:
Gym access from £16 per month.
- Classes (circuit training, Zumba, pilates, tabata, body pump, Insanity and more)
- Fitness checks and health testing
- Sports hall access for badminton, 5-a-side football, basketball, netball
- Junior gym membership Personal training
- 3 Squash courts
- Spin studio
- 3 tennis courts
- Football pitch
- Cricket pitch
- Sports massage
- Children's holiday clubs (age 4-14)
Plus access to the ClubAZ private members discount list, which has exclusive discounts with over 200 local restaurants, shops and services.
To join, simply call 01625 581000 or pop in for a visit and meet the team.
If you print off the attached voucher — that will give you free access for 7 days trial membership.
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