ActiveLife members can now access additional leisure facilities in Scotland with their membership through the LeisureLink partnership.
Sport Aberdeen recently joined the scheme, giving ActiveLife members access to their gym, public swimming and fitness classes across a number of leisure facilities within the Granite City.
The LeisureLink Partnership, that began in March 2019, gives ActiveLife members free access to leisure facilities in six other areas across Scotland including Orkney, Moray, the Highlands, Western Isles, Argyll and Bute and the Borders.
Many of the individual LeisureLink Partnership sites also offer access to other public sessions where cardholders can take part in additional activities such as running and indoor climbing.
James Linklater, Managing Director of The Pickaquoy Centre, said: “We are delighted that the award-winning charity Sport Aberdeen has joined the ever-growing LeisureLink Partnership. This allows our customers free access to even more fantastic facilities in Scotland."
Garry Burton, Orkney Islands Council’s Sport and Leisure Service Manager, said: “With direct transportation links to Aberdeen via NorthLink Ferries or Loganair, many Orkney residents travel to Aberdeen frequently for work or leisure. This offers even more benefit for ActiveLife members to an already great value membership."
Full details of what an ActiveLife membership includes and how you can join can be found at www.pickaquoy.co.uk/membership
To find out more information about what’s included as a visitor to Sport Aberdeen, visit www.sportaberdeen.co.uk/leisure-link-visiting-aberdeen
For more information about the LeisureLink Partnership, visit www.leisurelink.org