Important information: Temporary closure of Bury Leisure sports centres

Please be aware that to help protect you, our workforce and others during the coronavirus outbreak, we have taken the decision to temporarily close our centres. This step has been taken in line with recommendations from Public Health England.

This means that Castle Leisure Centre, Radcliffe Leisure Centre and Ramsbottom Pool and Fitness Centre will all be closed until further notice. 

We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.

We look forward to welcoming you back to Bury Leisure as soon as safely possible. 

Please read on to find out about memberships, payments and course fees and how we can help you stay active during this stay at home period.

Memberships, swimming lessons and course fees

As our facilities will be closed for the foreseeable future, we understand the concerns of members relating to payments and memberships and have taken steps to support you.

All Direct Debit and all 'paid-in-full' memberships will be frozen - you don't need to do anything, we'll action this on your behalf and will monitor and review the situation accordingly.

All payments for children's courses (swimming and trampoline) and adult swimming lessons will be held, with no requests for payments from customers.

Once we're able to resume business as usual, the appropriate credits will be applied to your child's account - again, this will be implemented on your behalf, no action necessary from you.

More information and staying active

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this difficult time and your support of the measures we have taken.

If you want to know more about what you or your family should be doing, please see Gov.uk - Coronavirus..

To help you stay fit and active and maintain a healthy immune system while at home, you can hit the button below to access online resources to help keep active at home.

Go to Les Mills on Demand

How to keep in touch with Bury Leisure while our centres are closed

Email: bury.leisure@bury.gov.uk or contact us via social media @BuryLeisure

Please be assured that we will continue to monitor this situation and keep you updated with developments.