We offer, pay as you go sessions, punch cards along with monthly, quarterly and annual memberships. Every new member will need to pay £5.00 system registration fee and agree to our terms and conditions (here)
Please see below or contact us on 01432 359392 for more information.

 

Pay Monthly Memberships

We offer monthly, quarterly and annual memberships. Every new member will need to pay £5.00 system registration fee and agree to our terms and conditions (here)

 

Concessions memberships are also available at £42.00pcm

£48
Pcm

Adult Full Membership

This is our standard monthly membership pricing. Our passes are Prepaid or renewable month by month.

 

£42
Pcm

Junior Membership

This is our standard monthly membership pricing. Our passes are Prepaid or renewable month by month.

£32
Pcm

Child Membership

This is our standard monthly membership pricing. Our passes are Prepaid or renewable month by month.

 

Punchcard Memberships

We also offer punch cards memberships. Every new member will need to pay £5.00 system registration fee and agree to our terms and conditions (here)
Concessions memberships are also available at £63.00 x 10
£72
x10

Adult Standard

Our Pricing for set sessions x 10. Ideal as a gift or some who visits occasionally.

 

£63
x10

Junior Standard

Our Pricing for set sessions x 10. Ideal as a gift or some who visits occasionally.

£45
x10

Child Standard

Our Pricing for set sessions x 10. Ideal as a gift or some who visits occasionally.

Pay As You Go Memberships

Our pay as you go session memberships. Every new member will need to pay £5.00 system registration fee and agree to our terms and conditions (here)
Concessions memberships are also available at £7.00 each
£8
Each

Adult Visit

Our day pass is ideal for testing out if this is right for you.

 

£7
Each

Junior Visit

Our day pass is ideal for testing out if this is right for you.

£5
Each

Child Visit

Our day pass is ideal for testing out if this is right for you.

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Lynn Stokes

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