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By Bolton Arena | 03 December 2021 | TAGS:

From ambulance crews to care workers, NHS nurses to those of you powering through the night shift, Bolton Arena are giving you something to smile about this December.

The emergency services have been so hardworking this year, tirelessly caring for those in need and leading the fight against coronavirus. The reason we’re able to spend more quality time with our families this festive period is down to the immense efforts of frontline workers in rolling out the vaccine in the UK.

Regular exercise is proven to bring remarkable changes to your body, your metabolism, your heart, and your spirits. It has a unique capacity to exhilarate and relax, to provide stimulation and calm.

Bolton Arena are saying a big thank you to those workers in our local community by providing one month’s free membership to Bolton Arena gym throughout December.

We encourage any frontline worker that’s not yet a Bolton Arena Gym member to get in touch with our memberships team to ensure they don’t miss out on this offer.

To arrange your free month or for further information contact us on 01204 488104 or email [email protected]

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