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Spinning in Mid Ulster Revved Up By Council Investment

Mid Ulster District Council is revving up spin classes, by investing £65,000 in two new dedicated spin studios, creating exciting spaces to motivate and encourage class goers, as part of its ongoing leisure capital investment programme for 2019.

The new studios are being developed in Cookstown and Greenvale Leisure Centres, to include new spin bikes in Cookstown, and refurbished in-studio graphics and design schemes, enhanced lighting and improved sound systems across both sites.

And for the first time, the studios will introduce virtual spinning, a new, exciting and immersive customer experience, so that customers can take control of their own spin journey with an onscreen instructor, attending a wide variety of cycle classes at a time that suits them.

Customers at Cookstown Leisure Centre will also be benefiting from a gym refurbishment programme, with a renovated fitness suite due to be complete in the autumn.

To celebrate the opening of the Spin Studios, the Council is planning a week of spin in September, from Monday 2nd to Sunday 8th, with launch events at each centre, including; a Movie & Music Icons Charity Spin in Cookstown Leisure Centre on Saturday 7th September from 9.30am – 11.30am, in aid of Diabetes UK and Breast Cancer UK; free taster sessions; and additional classes for clubs, beginners, family and teens throughout the week.

To find out more about the new facilities, just call into either Cookstown or Greenvale Leisure Centre, visit them on Facebook or email

Charity Spin

In aid of Diabetes UK & Breast Cancer UK. With instructors Deirdre Campbell & Simon Johnston.

Cookstown Leisure Centre
Saturday 7 September 2019
9.30am - 11.30am
£10 per bike
(All proceeds to charity)

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