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New Year and new era at Rolls-Royce

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NEW Year’s Eve is the start of something big at Rolls-Royce Leisure.

Not only does the venue have a big party night planned for the whole family, but the club will be looking to the future year with excitement.

Under the leadership of leisure manager Chris Mellard-Sibley, who has been running the Hucknall club since the summer, a whole host of entertainment and leisure events are earmarked for 2013.

But to end this year on a high, the club will be hosting a fun family night to celebrate the end of 2012 and the start of the New Year.

There’s no need to worry about a babysitter either as the whole family will be entertained with not one, but two DJs, and a live band playing 80s pop. There is also a buffet.

Tickets are priced at £12 for adults, £6 for children and under-2s are free. Doors open at 6 pm with a late bar until 1 am.

“We are a wonderful family-friendly venue and look forward to welcoming the community to help us celebrate the new year,” said Chris.

“I would recommend buying tickets for our New Year’s Eve Party in advance as they are selling fast.”

And it’s a case of New Year new gym as the current on-site gym is undergoing a transformation and will be up and running in early spring.

Not only is the interior being upgraded and renovated but the equipment will be the latest hi-tech design.

“It is really exciting as we have partnered up with Technogym, who are the official suppliers of the Olympic village gym gear, and invested heavily,” added Chris. “The facility, once completed, will be fabulous and we hope to attract many new members.

“Members will be able to benefit from the top class gym, together with classes provided by our well trained instructors from as little as £20 per month.

“Rolls-Royce Leisure is all about top quality leisure and entertainment facilities for the whole community to enjoy at affordable rates.”

To buy tickets for the New Year’s Eve party call in to the Watnall Road club or call 0115 964 2380.

 

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