Royston pensioners encouraged to get active with Silver Sunday

PUBLISHED: 09:01 05 October 2014

Pensioners in Royston are being encouraged to get active this Sunday.

Pensioners in Royston are being encouraged to get active this Sunday.


Pensioners in Royston are being encouraged to dig out their trainers and get active this Sunday with a series of fitness events.

Royston Leisure Centre in Woodcock Road is the setting for Silver Sunday – which will see a programe of activity for people aged 65 and over with events such as ‘Older, Fitter, Fabulous’, ‘Zumba Gold’ and ‘Get on ya bike’ on offer.

The sessions are tailored to suit older people and will cater for different fitness levels and health conditions.

Councillor Tony Hunter, responsible for community engagement at North Herts District Council, said: “Silver Sunday offers the chance for everyone over a certain age to come along and try a variety of new activities and keep fit and active.

“The day also gives older people the chance to meet new people in a welcoming environment, whether they come along on their own, with friends and family or with carers.”

The programme of activities can be found at by searching ‘Silver Sunday’. To book a class contact Gemma Crosk on 01462 474560.


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