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High Life Highland gym investment ‘giving customers better choice’


By Gregor White

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Equipment at the East Caithness gym in Wick has been upgraded.
Equipment at the East Caithness gym in Wick has been upgraded.

An ongoing programme of upgrades to gyms in the High Life Highland portfolio are providing customers with more choice and an improved experience.

That’s the view of the organisation with gyms in Caithness, Sutherland, Lochaber and Badenoch all recently revamped with a variety of new equipment and upgrades to fitness suites.

The Golspie Swimming Pool gym has seen the introduction of a new, dedicated strength and conditioning area while the East Coast Community Facility in Wick has had a full refresh of its cardio offering.

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Kelly Skinner, Golspie Swimming Pool manager said: “It’s great to be getting new equipment for our existing and new members, our aim is to support the wellbeing of our communities, particularly during this time of increasing pressures on all of our finances.

“I’d encourage people in the area to come along to see what is on offer – they can sign up for a highlife membership during their visit too, which offers individuals and families affordable options to get access to a wide range of facilities across the Highlands as well as other locations in Scotland that are part of the Leisure Link scheme.”

Graeme Ross, head of leisure at High Life Highland said: “Our continued investment in upgraded gym facilities ensures that High Life Highland gyms are offering our customers the best possible experience, helping us towards our aim of making life better for people.”

For more details of the induction process for the new equipment at the various gyms mentioned, contact the relevant centre directly.


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