Lindop Toyota, as part of an ongoing partnership with Aura Wales, has donated £500 to Deeside Leisure Centre in order to purchase additional exercise equipment. The equipment will benefit Aura’s National Exercise Referral Scheme (NERS) members, as well as those who attend Wellbeing fitness classes. The Wellbeing fitness classes cater for beginners, or those with health conditions, who want to become more active. There are a wide range of classes to choose from: all of which are taught by highly qualified and friendly instructors.
The new equipment includes dumbbells, back care cushions and heart rate monitors.
Alex Rea, Marketing Manager at Lindop Toyota, told us: “we are proud to support Aura Wales and I am pleased that our donation will benefit people in the local community. Earlier this year, we secured funding for Deeside Leisure Centre from the Toyota Fund for a Better Tomorrow, so it is great to meet with visitors to the centre and see the difference it is making to their lives.”
The Toyota AYGO and C-HR (pictured below) are available to customers through the Motability scheme. To find out more, please visit Lindop Toyota’s website.
Lee Breeze, Deeside Leisure Centre’s Development Officer, shared his gratitude to Lindop Toyota on behalf of Aura: “I would like to thank Lindop Toyota for their continued support and the additional equipment for our NERS programme. I’m delighted to see our partnership with Lindop Toyota go from strength to strength and look forward to working together on future projects”.
For more information about Aura Wellbeing fitness classes, please visit @wellbeingaura on Facebook, or contact Joanne Beevers, NERS Co-ordinator, on Joanne.Beevers@aura.wales or 01352704467.