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Nairn Leisure Centre secures new venue for more fitness classes in partnership with Green Hive

By Federica Stefani

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Richard Hanna (HLH) and Fiona Keir (Green Hive) outside the Seaman’s Hall in Nairn. Picture by: Alexander Williamson
Richard Hanna (HLH) and Fiona Keir (Green Hive) outside the Seaman’s Hall in Nairn. Picture by: Alexander Williamson

Nairnites will have a wider range of fitness activities available in town thanks to a partnership between two charities.

High Life Highland will bring more classes including indoor cycling, box fit and circuits at Seaman's Hall in partnership with Green Hive, who own the building.

This opportunity for Nairn Leisure to offer additional fitness classes has been welcomed by High Life Highland’s leisure manager for Nairn, Richard Hannah.

He said: “Currently, Nairn Leisure Centre has been able to provide only a limited fitness programme due to lack of hall space versus demand within the town.

“In response to feedback from current members, we are delighted with the opportunity to work together with Green Hive to share the space at Nairn Seaman’s Hall, where a more varied fitness programme can be offered year-round. "

Fiona Kier, Green Hive’s operations officer, added: “We are delighted to be partnering with High Life Highland to offer more opportunities for the community to be active.

“A few of our Green Hive volunteers have already mentioned they intend to try something new, such as these new classes, so already we feel the partnership is off to a great start!"

Starting from Monday 23rd October, five additional morning and evening fitness classes will be offered within the Nairn Seaman’s Hall.

Full timetable of classes at Seaman's Hall


Indoor Cycling – from 6.45pm to 7.30pm


Total Toning – from 6pm to 6.50pm

Box Fit – from 7pm to 7.50pm


Circuits – from 10am to 10.45am


Indoor Cycling – from 6.45pm to 7.30pm

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