Horizon's big freeze
Above: Horizon's Fun Club
Horizon Leisure Centres are offering a perfect incentive to escape the winter chill with their own big freeze in January.
The charity that operates Havant and Waterlooville Leisure Centres has announced that admission charges to both centres are to be frozen for 2016.
Traditionally, Horizon’s charges are adjusted in January each year but following a review by the Board of Trustees, the decision was made not to increase general pay-as-you-go admission charges as part of their charitable objectives to encourage more people to use the leisure centres.
As a charity, Horizon Leisure Centres provides a range of targeted programmes to meet community needs, including daily teen (aged 10-15) gym sessions, ‘MEND’ children’s exercise and anti-obesity clinics, exercise referral schemes and cancer rehabilitation through exercise.
With parent and baby swimming lessons, Fun Club for 50+ and over 70, and other activities, Horizon provides something for everyone.
Horizon are continuing their commitment in 2016 to provide fully inclusive facilities supporting people with additional needs, from supported swimming to weekly sessions in their indoor play centres, as well as badminton lessons.
Over the past 18 months, Horizon has invested heavily in improving the leisure centres by opening two massive new gyms, a new children’s play centre, ‘World of Play’ at Waterlooville, two new dance studios, a café and improved car parking now offering a total of more than 20 facilities.
For more information about the activities available at Havant and Waterlooville Leisure Centres, visit www.horizonlc.com