Our Wrexham Active team has organised a series of weekly ladies only training sessions at the Queensway Leisure and Activity Centre, starting from 6pm on Monday, June 3.

The new Walk to Run sessions will encourage those taking part to get fit through running and jogging, but don’t be put off – sessions will start off at a walking pace.

Run as part of Active Wrexham’s Get Out, Get Active initiative, which aims to encourage more women to take part in training and fitness and activities, the Walk to Run sessions will run for six weeks and be led by a qualified coach.

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Those turning up on June 3 will also receive a free t-shirt and branded water bottle.

The sessions are free of charge.

Cllr Andrew Atkinson, Lead Member for Youth Services and Anti-Poverty, with responsibility for Leisure, said: “As well as keeping healthy, getting fit can be a great way of improving confidence and self-esteem.

“These free weekly sessions will give people who might not normally get involved with physical training activities the opportunity to try it out for themselves – and benefit from improved health as a result.”

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