Free membership for football club

By Connie Osborne Friday 11 April 2014 Updated: 11/04 09:37

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Buy photos » David English, Redditch United Football club’s director, Duncan Foster, Choices Health Club manager, player Luke English and Darren Veness, youth and community outreach co-ordinator from YMCA Worcestershire, get fit at Choices Health Club. Picture by Marcus Mingins 1414016MMR

A TOWN centre gym is showing its support to the borough’s football club by offering free membership.

Staff from Choices Health Club on Alcester Street are allowing all first team players for Redditch United to use the gym to train as part of scheme to benefit the community.

The gym became an official sponsor of Redditch United’s disability team and allowed them to use the equipment for free to promote self confidence and a healthier lifestyle.

Darren Veness, youth and community outreach co-ordinator, said: “At the moment, with the uncertainty of our grounds, being able to uses these community facilities such as AstroTurf pitches and gyms are really important to the club and team. It will be a great benefit to the players.”

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