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Budget gym operator Xercise4Less will establish a new club in Middleton, Manchester in December this year.

Well-known for offering memberships from £9.99 per month, the company will make the new site its 42nd club nationwide, which will create around 40 jobs in the local community.

The gym will home 400 piece of equipment and a dedicated combat zone with boxing ring and MMA cage. A self-contained ladies gym and large main studio – offering 200 free classes a month – will also be included in the site.

Director of property and construction at Xercise4Less, Darren Pallett, said, the new gym would be “one of the largest, industry-leading facilities” in the Manchester area.

“To celebrate the opening, we are offering a limited number of special ‘founder member, price4life’ memberships at an exceptional rate of £9.99 per month. People just need to register their interest through our website to take advantage,” he added.

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Budget gym operator Xercise4Less will establish a new club in Middleton, Manchester in December this year.
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