We are disappointed to say that following the government’s latest recommendations, and in partnership with Babergh District Council, who own some of the leisure centre buildings we operate, we have taken the decision to close the following centres by 16:00 on Friday 20 March, until further notice.
-Kingfisher Leisure Centre
-Hadleigh Pool and Leisure
-Hadleigh High Leisure Centre
-Sudbury Sports Centre
-East Bergholt Sports Centre
-Holbrook Sports Centre

We have been working hard behind the scenes to ensure that as soon as we are back open members can start enjoying their weekly workout again, with minimal delay, and so memberships will be frozen for all members.

The benefits of freezing memberships
-It’s simple and there’s nothing for you to do as we will automatically freeze it.
-Retain your current DD rate when you return
-No joining fee when you return
-You will be exempt from our one-month cancellation notice which is part of our T&C’s.

All members have been emailed and do not need to do anything, as their memberships will automatically be frozen from April and annual paying members will receive extended membership once the centres are reopen.

But if you are a member and you have not yet recieved an email from us – you can click the link in the button below to email us but please remember to give us your name and membership number and we will do the rest.

Our teams are also working on ways to help keep members fit and active during this unprecedented time of social distancing and will keep them informed as this develops.

We are currently working with West Suffolk Council to review the situation in relation to our other centres in Bury, Haverhill, Newmarket, Brandon and Mildenhall, which remain open at this time.

If you don’t currently follow us on social media, now would be a good time as we will release updates on a regular basis.

Thank you for your continued support and understanding during these difficult times.

Please stay active and healthy.

Abbeycroft Leisure