Full pricing policy available from our downloads page. Your first session is a free taster if you are new to the club. Sessions range from “pay as you go” to as little as £26/month for subscriptions.
We would like you to set up a monthly standing order from your bank to the clubs account. Fees are paid on the 1st of the month, every month, with the set amount. We train a min of 47 weeks in the year and so the amount is set based on that and you pay for the place in the session. If you attend a session on a Bank Holiday Monday, we will give you the choice of a make up session or credit your account.
We also have a scholarship scheme for those families receiving government benefits, applications made to email@example.com
Am I insured? and why do I pay more than British Gymnastics insurance costs?
Yes – all members have a mandatory annual insurance and club membership fee. Full pricing policy available from our downloads page.
The club asked for £1.00 per month to help towards costs of coach and judge education, young leader development, website, systems and processes to help run the club
Can we sit and watch our children in the gym?
Yes of course, we welcome all family members to see how their children are performing, but no sideline coaching please!
Can I just turn up?
Only once you have registered for the class of your choice and received a confirmation email, if there is no wait list then yes, it’s that simple – just turn up and we will have your details on our register.
Is there a wait list?
Each class waitlist arrangement is different, you can see next to each class the waitlist number on the enrol page – just be assured we are working hard to open up a place for you and we will contact you as soon as a space becomes available using the email address you provided on registration (so please make sure it’s spelt correctly).
What should I wear?
Gymnastics – we work in bare feet, hair up and no jewellery (new studs can be taped). Leggings/shorts/tracksuit bottoms and a t-shirt tucked in is fine to start.
Trampolining – Bring a pair of socks if you plan on going for a bounce.
Do you have a club uniform?
We have lovely club hoodies that are just £25 and perfect for warming up, leotards are available too.
It’s my first session, what do I need to bring?
A non-carbonated drink in a sport cap bottle, any required medication that is administered by the gymnast or family member and your enthusiasm!
I am moving house into your area, and my child attends another club - can we join yours?
Yes you can – we can simply transfer your existing British Gymnastics insurance and will slot your child in.
Do you do competitions?
Yes we do, but they are optional and not compulsory. Some love to compete, some would rather not so it depends on your choice entirely.