A Umina fitness centre is set to open its doors on Monday, November 9, following a multi-million dollar project and merger of Merrylands RSL and Club Umina.
First Class Fitness (FCF), a family owned business that has been operating on the Peninsula for over 15 years, has now relocated to Club Umina’s new gymnasium on Melbourne Ave.
The project is said to have injected over $3.2M into the local economy by employing local contractors, with a further 10 employees to be staffed upon opening.
Club Umina manager Paddy Quigg said the team was excited to be opening on Monday and beginning to share a new fitness journey with both new and existing members.
“Having FCF here at Club Umina will provide opportunity for the local community to enjoy first class fitness facilities and will encourage a healthier lifestyle,” Quigg said.
The gym will house an onsite café, a food supplement retailer, hold a range of fitness classes and include a 130 square metre functional training track for members to use.
Media release, Nov 3