Find your SPACE to train

Looking for space to workout? Get out of the gym and find your SPACE to train with our NEW programme of classes.

Feedback from our members says that you want to keep as fit and healthy and possible during the Coronavirus pandemic, whilst having more space to exercise.

As such, we are opening one of the largest indoor training facilities in the area to bring you exclusive classes, and extending our outdoor sessions utilising our all-weather, floodlit tennis courts.

This means you’ll have more space to move, more space to breathe, more space to stay fit and healthy.

SPACE Bootcamps

Find your SPACE to train with our amazing indoor bootcamps in the largest facility in the area.

You’ll be; flipping tyres; using the monkey-bars on our functional rig; working on your core with our purpose-built TRX frame; enjoy a large selection of kettlebells and other functional bootcamp equipment.

Most importantly you’ll have more space to move, more space to breathe, more space to stay fit and healthy.

Spinning Classes

We have relocated the Spin Bikes in the Bowls Building long bar to ensure we have 2m space between each bike. Spinning has been one of our most popular classes so we were keen to get this in place for our members immediately, getting this set up within 2 hours.


Book your place online here

Tennis Courts

Now is a great time to start playing tennis in the fresh air (and sunshine for Vitamin D). We’ll be running extra tennis sessions and Outdoor Boot Camps as weather permits.

If you’re interested in coached tennis sessions, or booking a court for you and a friend to have a hit, get in touch with the club today.

Spacing-out Equipment

For those who are still keen on using the gym, alternative pieces of equipment have been bloked to allow more space for members to exercise and maintain at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between themselves and other members (as suggested by WHO).

25m Pool

Is it still safe to go swimming at this time – can the virus be transmitted through the pool water?

The Pool Water Treatment Advisory Group has consulted with Public Health England who told us: “We have checked with our national leads who confirm that coronavirus would be inactivated at the levels of chlorine used in swimming pools.”

We hope this reassures members wishing to use the pool.

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