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UEL SportsDock open day coming up

PUBLISHED: 14:00 02 April 2015

University of East London's UEL SportsDock open day is coming soon (pic: Rob Matthews).

University of East London's UEL SportsDock open day is coming soon (pic: Rob Matthews).

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April 18 time to access state-of-the-art fitness centre at University of East London

Saturday April 18 marks the date for the 2015 University of East London SportsDock Open Day. The day will consist of FREE access to the fitness centre, exercise classes and various sports bookings.

The Open Day will provide an opportunity to access our state-of-the-art fitness centre and our fantastic exercise classes between 9:00am and 8:00pm.

Additionally, UEL are offering free basketball, volleyball, badminton and football bookings between 11:00am and 3:00pm.

They are also giving away a number of great prizes including Porsche merchandise, a hamper provided by London City Airport and a 3-month FREE SportsDock Membership.

The Open Day is free for everyone to come down and enjoy the number of great activities on offer.

UEL encourages you to pay a visit and become familiar with your local world-class facility and see how they can help you during your fitness journey.


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