Anyone who signed up to Swindon Borough Council’s Leisure Passport scheme between 25 August and 23 September was entered into a free prize draw to win a host of prizes.
The top prize – or gold medal prize – was won by Richard Peaker of Wanborough and earned him a year’s free Leisure Passport membership. There were also five silver medal prizes of £50-worth of Run Swindon vouchers. And 10 lucky Passport holders also picked up bronze prizes of personal training sessions at participating council’s gyms.
A Leisure Passport offers a combination of activities at any of Swindon Borough Council’s leisure facilities which includes the use of four gyms, five swimming pools, over 120 fitness classes, ice skating, Turkish baths, a health suite, an indoor climbing wall and an athletics track.
The Peak Passport is valid at any time throughout the day when the leisure centres are open and prices range from £35 per month for adults and £23 for U19s, while joint membership and family options are also available. Off peak adult Passports cost £25 a month and U19s off peak Passports cost £15 month.
For more information about Leisure Passports and for further details about the latest offer, including terms and conditions, visit: www.swindon.gov.uk/leisurepassports