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    • jenny-wren
    • By jenny-wren 28th Jun 19, 2:05 PM
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    Swimming / pool exercise class for 70+ lady
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    • 28th Jun 19, 2:05 PM
    Swimming / pool exercise class for 70+ lady 28th Jun 19 at 2:05 PM
    My Mum is keen to get more exercise but her mobility is holding her back. She was always a keen swimmer so swimming or a gentle pool-based exercise class would be ideal to get her started.

    Does anyone know of any pools that would cater for older ladies (ideally within a short drive from Foretside area) rather than her paying a fairly hefty fee to join a gym with a pool? I think she'd prefer to be able to go somewhere where she can avoid being in a pool with lots of kids or fast swimmers! She'd probably only go once a week to start with.

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    • donnac2558
    • By donnac2558 28th Jun 19, 2:43 PM
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    Templemore Avenue baths they do a class 30 for the year for the elderly.


    Phone them to find out the details.


    I went for physio and it was mentioned they do classes after my 6 week period of free(it was via my GP) was up. One for the elderly and one for middle-aged.
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