Galston, Glenorie and Hills Rural News - - News -

The weather may be get­ting colder, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t still en­joy be­ing ac­tive in the pool. Gal­ston Aquatic and Leisure Cen­tre, which was re­cently up­graded with a new pur­pose built heated learn to swim pool, is the per­fect place to in­tro­duce lit­tle ones to swim­ming! The cen­tre also fea­tures a 25-me­tre in­door heated pool for recre­ational, squad swim­ming and aqua classes along with a fully equipped gym­na­sium. We run a fab­u­lous Learn to Swim pro­gram, led by tal­ented swim teachers, with les­sons run­ning all year round and avail­able for all ages from ba­bies to adults. Pri­vate les­sons and in­ten­sive school hol­i­day pro­grams are also on of­fer to suit fam­i­lies’ busy sched­ules. While it is dif­fi­cult to stay ac­tive and ex­er­cise dur­ing the Win­ter months, this well-equipped cen­tre in Gal­ston is a con­ve­nient, cosy way to work out and have fun.

On an­other note, I am thrilled to be able to host a dinner on 3 June for lo­cal SES mem­bers at the Hornsby RSL, to thank them for all their hard work in sup­port­ing our com­mu­nity and as­sist­ing res­i­dents in times of need. The SES plays an im­por­tant role in Hornsby Shire by sac­ri­fic­ing their free time, com­fort and some­times safety. On be­half of all the res­i­dents in Hornsby Shire, I want to say that we are truly grate­ful.

Steve Rus­sell

Mayor Hornsby Shire Coun­cil

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