Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing 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
Customer notice - health suite facilities will temporarily close from Monday 9 January due to increased energy costs. For more information please visit our memberships webpage. The jacuzzi on poolside will remain open.
Customer notice - there is a swimming gala taking place over the weekend of 14/15 January which will cause some disruption to some swimming sessions. On Saturday 14 January, early morning lane swims will be available at 7am and 8am. Aqualetes swimming lessons between 9am and 12noon will remain on. All other public sessions will not be available. On Sunday 15 January, normal pool sessions will be on until 12noon. All public swimming after this point will not be available. The sports hall will also be unavailable for use from 1pm on Saturday 14 January, and all day on Sunday 15 January, due to a dance event taking place this weekend. We apologise for the disruption.
|Monday||6am - 10pm|
|Tuesday||6am - 10pm|
|Wednesday||6am - 10pm|
|Thursday||6am - 10pm|
|Friday||6am - 10pm|
|Saturday||7am - 5pm|
|Sunday||7am - 10pm|
Last admittance is 30 minutes before closing time.
- Aqualetes swimming lessons
- Gym and fitness information
- Group exercise classes
- Personal training
- Birthday parties
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 Five Rivers Health & Wellbeing 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.