Take the pressure off and put your trainers on… as part of Herefordshire Council’s Covid-19 community recovery plan and Halo Leisure’s commitment to promoting young people’s health and wellbeing, a new, exciting FREE Halo membership package will be available to anyone in academic Year 11-13 (or equivalent) who lives in the County.
Good to knows:
- Available from Wednesday 22nd September to mark UKActive National Fitness Day.
- Sign up anytime before 31st December 2021 to enjoy gyms, pools, group exercise classes, toning suite, golf course (activities vary between sites).
- If you are in academic Year 11-13 (or equivalent) and live in Herefordshire but are in education/training/employment outside of Herefordshire you are still eligible.
- Must be born between 1st September 2003 and 31st August 2006
- Offer is for FREE access for the academic year: September 2021 to 31st August 2022.
- Membership gives access to ALL Halo Herefordshire Centres
- Anyone currently a Halo member paying by Direct Debit in this group will automatically be switched to this free membership - direct debits will automatically restart in September 2022.
- Gym inductions are required before first use to make sure you get the most out of your work outs.
- You must show one of the following at the time of sign up or on your first visit if you join online or by phone:
- School/College/Training Provider ID
- Birth certificate
- Provisional/full driving licence
- Full terms and conditions can be found at here
Want a piece of the action? It's quick and easy to sign up:
- By calling your local Halo Centre - find the numbers HERE
- In person at your local Halo centre
This initiative is being funded from the Government’s Covid-19 Outbreak Management Funds grant as part of Herefordshire Council’s Covid-19 recovery plan, supporting economic recovery and improving wellbeing in Herefordshire.
Amy Pitt, Assistant Director -Talk Communities Programme at Herefordshire Council said, “Young people have been rather heroic in the last 18 months, staying away from each other and the things they love to protect themselves and vulnerable people around them. But it’s becoming clear the impact the pandemic and the disruption it caused has had on their mental and physical health. Now they’re moving back into the new normal way of studying, training or working, there is still a lot of pressure,” says Amy. “Exercising with others is one of the best ways to help relieve that. We are delighted to work with local social enterprise and registered charity Halo Leisure to fund this wonderful initiative that is all about getting more young people more active more often.”
“Halo provides a Covid-secure space (approved by UKActive) where young people can work out or wind down together” said Alex Haines, Halo Partnership Manager.
“Sign up before 31st December 2021 to get a full academic year (until 31st August 2022) worth of free access to all Halo facilities across the County. You can choose how you move - in the gym, in the pool, at group exercise classes, in the toning suite or on the golf course.”