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Win a Bike worth £1,000 in August!


3 for the price of 1 in Yeovil
 
LED is unrivalled in Yeovil, with 3 fantastic centres to choose from – all included in the Unlimited membership.
 
Whether you prefer to swim at Goldenstones, work out in the Gym at Buckler’s Mead or attend one of the range of exercise classes at Westlands, there is something for everyone all year round!
 
Yeovil residents can make the most of this opportunity during August as LED are running a unique and fun challenge – The 1st prize is a bike worth £1,000, courtesy of a partnership between LED and Rock & Road bike shop.
 
Simply collect a stamp card from reception and get it stamped each time you attend an activity.  
To qualify for the Prize Draw you need to:
 
Swim once at Goldenstones
Attend the Gym at all 3 centres
Attend a class at Goldenstones and Westlands.  
 
Why not go every day in August and fill up 5 stamp cards throughout the month to improve your chances of winning the bike!
 
Non-members can also take advantage of a special £20 for 20 days promotion throughout the month and give LED a whirl before they decide to sign up to a membership.
 
With Teen Gym sessions and classes for 14+, it’s also a great way to keep teenagers busy and active over the school holidays.
 
So, grab your gear and head down to Buckler’s Mead, Goldenstones or Westlands today!
 
 
 
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