The doors of Profiles Waterfront Gym are already open and Borough Council sports bosses are inviting people to drop in and look around.
The gym, the fifth in the Profiles “family”, offers great value and no minimum contract or joining fees that tie you in. Dedicated staff members are on hand to help you get and stay fit.
The gym offers top of the range Pulse equipment, including the latest Cirrus smart consoles and software that will create your very own training and entertainment programme.
The Profiles team is raring to go and would love to give you a guided tour and chat about your fitness needs. So, get along to Athena Hall on University Avenue, near to University Campus Suffolk’s (UCS) James Hehir Building.
Opening hours of the new gym, which is a partnership between Ipswich Borough Council and UCS, are:
Weekdays: 07am to 10pm
Weekends and Bank Holidays: 8am to 5pm.
Meet the Author
A new book highlighting important, historic and quirky events in Ipswich’s history is now on sale at Ipswich Tourist Information Centre and author Rachel Field will be signing copies there on Saturday 6th December.
“The Ipswich Book of Days” takes us through the years day by day - giving eccentric, amusing and important events facts about one of England’s most historic towns.
Topics include social, political, religious, industrial, military and sporting history. A great book for dipping into, it is packed with fun facts that you will want to share with friends and family. Find out …
* How Ipswich discouraged strangers and rogue traders in 1478;
* About the first motorised road accident in 1898;
* Who invaded England from the banks of the Orwell in 1326;
* How Henry II was amused by his minstrel, Roland de Fartere.
Rachel Field grew up in Cambridge and now lives in Ipswich. “The Ipswich Book of Days” is available from the Tourist Information Centre (TIC), priced £9.99. Ms Field will be signing copies of her book on 6th December from 11am to 2pm.
TIC Manager David Stainer, tel: 01473 258070