Make Your Move
for a healthier 2022

Kickstart 2022 with a free month

Beat away those winter blues, feel heathier, happy and have more energy to do everyday tasks.

Sign up now for a 6-month commitment, and get your first full months DD completely FREE*!

Available on our Standard Adult membership which includes:-

  • Gym
  • Classes
  • Abbeycroft @ home
  • Swimming
  • STEPs support programme
  • Multi-site access
  • No joining fee

£32 per month
£25 per month for concessions

*Our COVID promise
If the centres have to close due to a lockdown, all memberships will be frozen until we are able to reopen.

If you’re unsure which membership if right for you or for any other query – just use our LIVE CHAT in the bottom corner of every page – and if there isn’t an operator available you can leave us your details for a call back.

Family in pool with £80 offer overlaid

Family Membership

Make 2022 the year your entire family gets healthier and spends time together.

Our family membership offers amazing value-for-money for 2 adults and 2 juniors or 1 adult and 3 juniors.

Includes everything a standard adult memberbership does plus activities specifically for juniors.

And all for just £80 per month with no commitment

Why our customers make their move

Lisa Dalton, Make Your Move

make your Move for confidence

Tereza is passionate about encouraging women to love their bodies, whatever their age, shape, ability background or confidence level.

READ MORE ABOUT TEREZA’S STORY >>

Stephen Wilkinson

Make your move for quality of life

Stephen Wilkinson was diagnosed with lung cancer five years ago – and is convinced that being active is part of the reason here’s still here today.

READ MORE ABOUT STEPHEN’S STORY >>

Lisa Dalton

Make your move to feel amazing

Lisa has Parkinson’s disease and moves to feel alive, able bodied, relieve menopausal symptoms and to feel absolutely amazing in the water.

READ MORE ABOUT LISA’S STORY >>

Pip Moore

Make your move with your family

Phillip Moore (Pip) is a GB Age group Triathlete and one of the main reasons he keeps active is to participate and train with his girls, who also compete in Triathlon. 

READ MORE ABOUT PIP’S STORY >>

Vera

Make your move to stay connected

Vera 89, visits Kingfisher every week day without fail. Whilst her husband was alive, coming to the gym offered her some respite from being his carer – but now she describes it as her lifeline.

READ MORE ABOUT VERA’S STORY >>

abi abd george byrne

Make your move to STAY MOTIVATED

George Byrne is an EFL Championship Assistant Referee and his wife Abi Byrne is a FIFA Women’s Referee. Find out why the make their move.

READ MORE ABOUT ABI & GEORGE’S STORY >>

Lylee and Nellie

Make your move to feel refreshed

Lylee is a relatively new member at Kingfisher Lesiure Centre and she was referred by her GP because of her mental health. She loves doing the classes and using the gym.

READ MORE ABOUT LYLEE’S STORY >>

harry wakefield

Make your move to set good intentions

Harry Wakefield, aged 16, is an Abbeycroft Sporting Ambassador and plays badminton for England in his age group. He keeps moving to help him play the sport he loves.

READ MORE ABOUT HARRY’S STORY >>

National Campaigns

Man in wheelchair with a basketball

We are undefeatable

When you’re managing a long term health condition, being active is about finding what works for you.

Click here to find our more about the ‘We Are Undefeatable’ campaign and visit the website for inspirtaion and ideas on how you can keep active with a long term health condition.

older lady exercising in garden

This Girl Can

No one gets to choose how you exercise other than you. Your body, your call. And whatever that looks like, we think it’s worth celebrating. This Girl Can, funded by The National Lottery, believes that there’s no “right” way to get active. However you jiggle, kick, lift, stretch, or sprint, it’s time to get moving how you damn please.

Click here to find out more on the ‘This Girl Can’ website.

Tell us why you move and your story could inspire others

Please tell us why you like being physically active or moving and help us inspire other people to do the same.

It doesn’t matter what type of exercise or movement you do or the reasons why – but if it’s helped improve your life in any way, then it could inspire someone else.