Swim for free with LED

PUBLISHED: 16:52 28 April 2010 | UPDATED: 01:11 16 June 2010

Swim for free with LED On Sunday, May 9, Leisure East Devon (LED) is offering all local residents the chance to enjoy a Free dip in the pools.

Swim for free with LED

On Sunday, May 9, Leisure East Devon (LED) is offering all local residents the chance to enjoy a Free dip in the pools at Honiton Swimming & Leisure Centre (10am - 2pm), Sidmouth Swimming Pool (9am - 2pm), and Exmouth Swimming and Leisure Centre (10pm - 2pm). The day comes as part of LED's Swim4Free programme, in which the second Sunday in each month has been dedicated to completely free swimming for all ages.

To celebrate May's Swim4Free event, LED is giving away a year's Swim Membership to one lucky reader who correctly answers the question below. The prize means the winner will be able to enjoy unlimited free open swimming sessions at all LED pools for a whole year, plus member discounts and booking privileges on all other LED activities. The competition is open to entrants of all ages and the membership prize will be specifically tailored to the winner's age group. All Swim Membership packages offer a host of additional benefits alongside the unlimited free swimming.

If you're not lucky enough to win, don't worry - you can still Swim4Free on May 9, and for those of you who decide you might want to return to the pools on a regular basis to help stay fit and active, LED is scrapping the joining fee for new members who sign up on the day - this is on top of any other discounts for children, students and senior citizens.

LED is a charitable trust that operates 13 facilities including leisure centres, parks and the Exmouth Pavilion. For more information on all LED facilities, visit www.ledleisure.co.uk.


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