We absolutely can not wait to welcome you back

We know lockdown has meant different things to different people and it has been a roller coaster of emotion. First and foremost, we hope you and your families are well. The start of the year may not be as we planned it but we now have more of an understanding on where we are on the road map to open. 

We are planning to open all our sites from Monday the 12th of April at normal opening hours. Bookings will open 7 days in advance, via our website and app. All activities remain subject to social distancing and hygiene rules. 

We are planning to open the following facilities from the 12th of April


Some gym changing rooms and showers 

Racket sports for households only

The cafe will be open for takeaway service. Outdoor seating for gatherings limited to 6 people or 2 households

The team at Leisure Focus will continue to bring you an online fitness programme. We want to provide you with as much activity as possible. Our programme is delivered by your local instructors, with the aim to help everyone stay connected and keep active together.

It is also important to us that you are provided with the services you pay for. There is no need to cancel or amend your membership. In the event of an extended lockdown, we will of course ensure your membership is adjusted accordingly. 

As a new local leisure trust, we are so grateful for your continued support, especially during this challenging time. Once the centre is open and trading again, you are welcome to credit any overpayment against any future month’s membership.

We look forward to seeing you back at the leisure centre again soon.

Please direct any specific questions you may have to

Existing Memberships - memberships@leisurefocus.org.uk 

General enquiries - enquiries@leisurefocus.org.uk 


GYM Sessions available daily on the hour 

CLASSES Outdoor and online class programme 

CAFE Takeaway only 

TENNIS Outdoor only 

BADMINTON Household only 

SQUASH Household & Junior coaching sessions only 

CLUBS Organised activities for elite athletes, under 18’s and disabled people Sport for educational purposes (i.e. schoolchildren)