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Halo are proud to take part in the world’s biggest annual fundraising swim between 27th-29th April and we’re inviting everyone - every age and every ability - the chance to take part. There are 400m, 1.5k, 2.5k and 5k challenges so no excuses.

We’ve been trialling this body measurement machine (20 results in 30 seconds!) at Hereford Leisure Centre & Bridgend Life Centre and are delighted so many of you have taken the opportunity to check out your body composition (including fat, muscle, bone) as well as metabolic age and efficiency (your ability to burn the food you eat) so you can make sure every minute you work out is making the positive difference you want.

Like you we can’t wait for the warmer weather, and March sunshine is just around the corner. But we want to make the month even more special by getting behind the GET FIT FOR A MIRACLE campaign, now running to support children facing mental health problems. And we’d love you to get on board too.

Join us on Wednesdays from 2 - 3pm before a get together over free refreshments. This new initiative is thanks to a collaboration between Halo Leisure, the Alzheimer's Society, ABMU Health Board, BAVO and support from Bridgend County Borough Council. There are accessible facilities and assistance from specially trained instructors and staff.

Would you like to support people living with dementia? Do you have an enthusiasm for an active lifestyle and helping others to continue theirs? Do you live in or near Bridgend? If yes then this may be the role for you!

Boditrax - the ultimate precision body composition tool that gives...

We are glad to hear how welcome the new pool hoist is at our centre in Bridgnorth. If you need assistance getting in or out of the pool and haven’t felt the benefit of this yet, please ask at reception and we can show you how it works. 

From the corridors of power to businesses around Britain to the shopping streets of your local town, the impact of social change is now part of the conversation. Recent research revealed more than four in ten employees want to work for organisations that have a positive impact on the world - the figure’s higher for those born between 1981 and 1996. And at the same time people want to buy from and support companies who do the same.

 Laura who teaches Fitsteps at Hereford Leisure Centre and Hereford Leisure Pool was one of 5 finalists shortlisted from over 170 nominations based on a public vote. FitSteps is a dance inspired group exercise class that takes the best of ballroom and latin and mixes it into a fun and high effective fitness routine. Laura said "I am absolutely delighted beyond words.