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Olympiad Leisure Centre


Enabling people to lead happier, healthier lives through regular physical activity. Our aim is to promote general wellbeing, by providing a safe and supportive environment for the whole community to feel welcome and encouraged to visit us.

Fitness refurbishment project update

Plans to improve and enhance the fitness suite and group exercise class studio are well underway and the new gym is planned to reopen on Monday 29 July. The gym will be redecorated, flooring replaced and new equipment installed throughout. The main studio will have immersive lighting installed, and both studios will see improvements to the virtual class provision. 

New members can join now for free when using the code OLYGYM25 either online (opens new window) or in centre - this is available on Life Zone, Fitness Zone, Young Adult and Junior Zone memberships from today until Sunday 28 July and means you'll pay no admin fee and nothing for the rest of July. Payment for August will be required up front. New members can use other local gym facilities prior to the new gym opening, as well as group exercise classes and swimming at the Olympiad if included in your membership. 

Local gym facilities can be used by members as part of their membership at; Springfield Campus in Corsham, Melksham Campus and Calne Campus are all within nine miles.

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Health suite facilities - following a thorough review and as of today (19 June 2024), the health suite at the Olympiad will be permanently closed due to low usage prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the high costs to bring the facility back into working order. We will look at its options on how to make best use of this space to better complement the improvements works currently taking place at the centre.

Centre opening hours
DayOpening times
Monday6.30am to 10pm
Tuesday6.30am to 10pm
Wednesday6.30am to 10pm
Thursday6.30am to 10pm
Friday6.30am to 10pm
Saturday8am to 6pm
Sunday8am to 6pm
Bank holidaysclosed

Last admittance is 30 minutes before closing time.

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De-carbonisation works at the centre

The centre is now operating on zero carbon emissions.

In line with our aspiration to become carbon neutral by 2030, Wiltshire Council has been undertaking a programme of works across many of its buildings to reduce the energy used in those buildings. These works will also reduce carbon emissions and help to lower energy bills. You can read more about the whole programme in our recent press release.

The council was awarded a grant from the government's Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme that has funded the installation of a new low carbon heating system at the Olympiad Leisure Centre and provided solar panels to produce renewable electricity.

These works are complete, and the centre will no longer rely on fossil fuels for heating and with the Green electricity tariff that the council has procured, the centre will be reporting zero carbon emissions.

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