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UPDATED CLASS SCHEDULE DURING WORKS

CLASSES 16 SEP TO 20 SEP

CLASSES 23 SEP TO 27 SEP

CLASSES 30 SEP to 4 OCT

CLASSES 7 OCT to 11 OCT

Update on Capital Expenditure Works
New Upstairs Shower Area 

We would like to inform members that additional capital works are to be carried out in the Club. 

The new gym and changing area are now almost complete, and we have made the decision to extend the works to include the renovation of the upstairs showers. Three new shower cubicles with integrated changing space will be created to allow private showering within the Club. 

Whilst the contractors are on site it has been decided to commence the refurbishment on Monday 16th September. SJS estimate the work will be completed within 4 weeks. 

We are pleased that during this period the new gym space and open balcony will be operational from Monday 23rd September, however the class studio space will continue to be closed off to members to allow SJS to complete the work in the shower room.

Classes will continue to run in the Members Lounge and Arthur Conan Doyle Centre and an updated class schedule will be emailed out shortly, as well as being in the Club and in our “Latest News” section of the website.

We believe that the investment in a new private shower room will further enhance members experience of the Club.

We are grateful to members for their continued support, which has allowed such improvements to be made. 


14 Sep 2019 

UPDATED SWIMMING POOL TIMETABLE


05 Sep 2019 

DOORS OPEN DAY 2109

We are happy to be participating in this year’s Doors Open Day. We will be opening our doors to the public on Saturday 28th September between 10.00 and 16.00. At this stage I would like to ask our members if they could volunteer an hour or two to assist us in showing off this special building. Please let me or a member of staff know if you can help. A Doors Open Day Volunteers sheet will be available outside the office next to the members mailbox for anyone wishing to help.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING

Once again, we will be joining in The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 27th September, this is Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event for people facing cancer. We will be hosting our own coffee morning at the Club and donations on the day are made to Macmillan.Please join us from 10.00-12.00 on Friday 27th September in the Members Lounge to support Macmillan Cancer Care.We will provide tea and coffee – feel free to donate a cake for the BAKE-OFF CONTEST!Please confirm your attendance to Paul or Shannon for catering purposes.



05 Aug 2019 

A massive well done and congratulations to our member Jacky Scott who completed the half Ironman in an amazing time of 8 hrs 11 mins!!!

So far Jacky has raised over £1700 in aid of prostate cancer!! The just giving page is still open for any further sponsors which would be greatly appreciated for such a great cause

https://www.justgiving.com/fun…/jacky-half-ironman-challenge


3 Jun 2019

Single use Disposable Cups

With many companies across the country trying to reduce the use of single use disposables and a noticeable increase in our usage over the past few months we have decided to remove all cups from our water coolers in the Club. Cups will still be available from a member of staff on poolside, each member will be limited to 1 cup per visit. We urge members to help reduce single cup use and bring with them their own water bottle.

We will now be recycling all used plastic bottles (shampoo, conditioner, bodywash etc.) so please add these to our poolside recycling bins!

BBC – Plastics Watch


5th Feb 2019

Vegware 🌿🌱🍃

Vegeware, it’s made from plants not plastic

As part of our drive to reduce waste going to landfill and improve our contribution to sustainable waste management the Club has replaced single-use plastic food and drink packaging with cups plates and cutlery made by Vegware for use by members.

Vegware supplies catering disposables made from renewable, lower carbon or recycled materials which can all be commercially composted.

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