Begin your journey back to fitness with Vision leisure centres • Vision RCL

Begin your journey back to fitness with Vision leisure centres


As Redbridge approaches step 2 of the roadmap out of lockdown, we will begin to see the re-opening of local facilities.  As part of this next step, Vision Redbridge Culture & Leisure are thrilled to re-open their Leisure Centres from Monday 12 April.

To welcome customers back to fitness, Vision are offering a special welcome back offer, giving new members the opportunity to save over £50 on membership fees if they sign up before 30 June. The offer includes unlimited swim, gym and fitness classes for just £30 per month (terms apply). All of our fitness classes will resume from Monday 17 May. Our membership gives you access to all five of our leisure centres giving you plenty of choice for locations across the borough. The centres included in this offer are Fullwell Cross, Loxford, Mayfield, South Woodford and Wanstead.

All leisure centres are COVID secure with adequate social distancing measures in place to ensure you can feel safe, with repositioned gym equipment and limited numbers to each session and online bookings. All centres are fully equipped with hand sanitising stations plus additional cleaning measures are also in place between classes and equipment use and in all areas of the buildings.

Whilst the centres have been closed Vision have used this opportunity to undertake some refurbishment work, this includes the installation of a brand new gym facility at Woodford Green Library and the re-development of the gym studio at Ashton Playing Fields both centres will be ready for users by summer 2021.

Iain Varah, Chief Executive, Vision RCL, said:

“Our Leisure Centres are safe and ready for our customers to use, our staff here at Vision RCL are looking forward to welcoming new and existing members back. We have introduced a fantastic offer for newcomers looking to get active again and our existing customers will be rewarded for their loyalty with some savings too.”

Matthew Essex, Director of Regeneration and Culture, Redbridge Council, said:

“We’re fortunate to have a great range of leisure facilities in the Borough which we know people have missed whilst they have been closed. We’ve used the lockdown periods productively to improve and undertake maintenance across all of our sites, and we’re looking forward to welcoming residents back next week.”

If you would like more information on the memberships available or interested in joining, you can sign up online.

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