Following our recent reopening, we're not delivering any children's activities at the moment. Our priority is gym, swimming and group exercise classes followed by racquet sports. As soon as we're able to start delivering children's activities again, we will update this page.
COVID-19 update: Junior Gym sessions have returned but are by pre-booking only, Monday to Friday, and are limited to 10 young people per session. Booking can be made online or at the centre
Young people are welcome in our gym from the age of 12. Once a junior induction has been completed young people aged 12 to 14 years can use the cardiovascular equipment during youth supervised sessions.
Young people aged 14 to 15 years can use resistance machines after a further induction at no extra cost. 14 and 15 year olds can attend the gym outside of supervised sessions, as long as they are accompanied by an adult aged 16 years or over.
From the age of 16 young people can complete an induction to use the dual action pulley and free weights. This is charged at the standard rate.
Discounts are available to young people in full time education. Ask in the centre, or pick up a discounts and savings leaflet for more information.
|Monday||3pm - 3.45pm and 4pm - 4.45pm|
|Tuesday||3pm - 3.45pm and 4pm - 4.45pm|
|Wednesday||3pm - 3.45pm and 4pm - 4.45pm|
|Thursday||3pm - 3.45pm and 4pm - 4.45pm|
|Friday||3pm - 3.45pm and 4pm - 4.45pm|
Gymnastics lessons are not currently operating, all memberships are frozen. Gymnastics lessons will restart later in the Autumn. Please check back for details.
|Day||Time||For children aged|
|Wednesday||3.30pm - 6pm||5 and over|
|Saturday||8.30am - 11.30am||5 and over|
All details of our Climbing wall activities - for both juniors and adultsm can be found online.
All staff who supervise or coach children are police checked or have provided a satisfactory CRB disclosure, they are also trained to recognise signs of child abuse. The team will investigate changes in children's behaviour and in accordance with the Children's Act and local authority guidelines, liaise with outside agencies if abuse of any kind is suspected. We welcome children who are on the social services "at risk register" and provide support.
- You must fill in registration documents before leaving your child.
- You must sign children in before leaving and then sign them out when collected.
- If you go over your time, an additional cost will be added to your next booking Payment must be made on the day.
- Please give 24 hours notice of cancellation.
- You must leave an emergency number and contact name.
- If a child is unwell or appears to have an infection the supervisor will inform you that the child cannot be accepted.
- Medication can only be administered with full written consent from you.
The Free swimming programme gives under 16's access to swimming pools for free during specific sessions during all Wiltshire school holidays.
Wiltshire Council operate seven swimming pools in Wiltshire and there are a further eight that are run by Places Leisure. Swimming is a great form of all-round exercise. Regular swimming can reduce the risk of chronic illnesses, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes and stroke. It can also boost your mood and keep your weight under control. More details can be found on the Swim schoolpage
Other activities and clubs may be available at the centre, delivered by local sports clubs or organisations. Contact us more details.