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Mayor opens new 24-hour gym in Dagenham leisure park

PUBLISHED: 12:00 20 December 2016

Mayor of Barking and Dagenham, Cllr Eileen Keller, opened The Gym in Dagenham leisure park on Monday.

Mayor of Barking and Dagenham, Cllr Eileen Keller, opened The Gym in Dagenham leisure park on Monday.

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The borough’s Mayor kicked off proceedings at the opening of a new gym.

Cllr Eileen Keller cut the ribbon at the official launch of a new branch of The Gym Group on Monday morning.

The 24-hour fitness hub in Dagenham leisure park has created up to 14 new jobs and offers a no-frills membership for up to £16.99 a month.

Carly Martin, assistant general manager at the Cook Road branch, described it as “one of the most popular times of year for gyms”, adding: “We can’t wait to meet our new members who want to stay in shape over the festive period.”

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