GB Synchronised Swimming Team Make a Splash at London Marylebone Train Station to Celebrate LA fitness New Clubs: Tuesday 20th October 8.30am for 8.45

Photocall notice. Date 20 October 2009 Invitation to all media to attend a photocall with THE BRITISH SYNCHRONISED SWIMMING TEAM On: Marylebone Train Station Concourse, London NW1 Tuesday 20 October 2009 for 8.30am The British synchronised swimming team is taking a break from their grueling Olympic training schedule today to showcase some of their routines on dry land in a bid to demonstrate their support for Londoners and in celebration of LA fitness’ £30million Club refurbishment programme reaching its half way point in London. Starting in Marylebone for early morning commuters, moving to the LA fitness Club in London Wall at lunchtime and finishing in its Club at West India Quay early evening, the team has a unique dry land routine which they will be performing on a specially created Swimming Pool 3D illusion produced by artists, Max Lowry and Joe Hill. LA fitness has also been looking at the nation’s gym going habits in October, and new research to be revealed on the day (20th October 2009) suggests that 20% of Londoners are exercising more than this time last year spurred on by financial worries and added pressures in the workplace, and confirms their first priority when choosing a Club is a swimming pool. Also on the day the artists have created a giant exercise ball so members of the public can take part in an interactive 3D challenge. Throughout the week (Tuesday 20th October to Sunday 25th October) at LA fitness London Clubs anyone dressing up or donning swim-wear or accessories will be given a free 5-day membership for being such as sport! Available for interview: Coach to The British Synchronised Swimming Team and LA fitness marketing director. Please RSVP to confirm attendance. This photocall will take place in all weathers. Please contact Eye PR for further information: 0207 843 6400, email lafitness@eyepr.co.uk or contact Kerry on 07799 714006

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