PureGym to open a branch on the site of the former Bangor Aldi store
THE FORMER Aldi store in Bangor will reopen as PureGym next month.
The site was released and bought by the UK’s largest gym company, PureGym.
PureGym has confirmed that the 12,700 square foot site will open on November 18 and will bring hundreds of state-of-the-art equipment, classes and personal trainers, open 24 hours a day.
The gym will create eight new jobs, with a few vacancies remaining for fitness trainers and personal trainers.
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A PureGym spokesperson said: “We are delighted to open our new gym in Bangor and offer members the opportunity to access affordable, top-notch fitness facilities.
“This is an exciting step in PureGym’s ambitious plans to expand in the UK and provide more people with access to our contract-free, low-cost memberships.
“We look forward to welcoming new members to PureGym Bangor Wales – don’t miss our opening offer.
“The new gym will be a fantastic facility for the people of Bangor and the surrounding area, supporting the physical and mental wellbeing of its members through the provision of high quality, low cost fitness facilities around the clock. ”