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New outdoor fitness circuit at Clayburn Middle

A new fitness circuit has been built at Clayburn Middle School. - David Jones photo
A new fitness circuit has been built at Clayburn Middle School.
— image credit: David Jones photo

A new outdoor fitness court has been constructed at Clayburn Middle School on Laburnum Avenue.

Featuring 11 permanent fitness stations (similar to the one at Mill Lake Park), the  facility was funded by the Clayburn Middle School's Healthy Choices Canteen, under the supervision of Penny Stonehewer.

Overall project supervisor was Clayburn vice-principal Dean Johnston.

The circuit was opened to students and public on June 2.

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