A new luxury spa will replace the existing facilities offering a range of experiences for the ultimate in relaxation and wellbeing.

List of treatments:

A list of all our treatments will appear here shortly.

The new facilities will be open from Summer 2019 and will be available as part of a Spa membership

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12 hours ago

Furzefield Centre

Take some time out for you this afternoon. With all the hand washing we’ve been doing our hands might need some tlc.

Here is a step by step guide for a manicure or pedicure.

1. File nails into desired shape
2. Gently push cuticles back with cuticle pusher or orange wood stick
3. Apply 1 layer of base coat and allow to dry
4. Apply 2 thin layers of chosen colour polish allowing each coat to dry before applying the next
5. Apply 1 layer of top coat to seal and protect the colour beneath
6.Regularly moisturise your hands and apply cuticle oil to help keep them nourished

You could also paint your Childrens nails or allow them to paint yours if you’re feeling brave!
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It might be the weekend, but that’s no excuse not to take part in a gentle circuit.

Combine squats, lunges, tricep dips, cross crawl and a plank or hover – 45 seconds for each exercise with a 20 second rest in between. Come on let’s do this!
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Staying active and healthy is what a lot of people are talking about right now.

Recent events have made us appreciate things we may have taken for granted in previous months, including keeping fit. But what will happen in the future? Read more in our article
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It’s another weekend, what do you have planned for the kids? We have some great activities and ideas to help keep them active all weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

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We asked YOU if lockdown had been good or bad for your activity levels.
Results below ⬇️⬇️⬇️

We had 218 responses across our 5 centres and 56% of you have found lockdown has reduced your activity levels, and 44% have been more active. So it was a close result!

While we're really glad to hear that so many of you are active, these results show that lockdown has had an impact for some people.

We might be closed now, but we’re still here with some ideas that may help you pick up your activity levels💪, click

Hopefully we’ll be able to invite you back to your local centre soon! ❤️😀
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Building works on the new relaxing spa facility are moving forward and we are on schedule to open in Summer 2019

February 2019  - Development in Progress

Frequently Asked Questions


  1. When is it opening?

Work is currently underway to create a great new Spa facility at Furzefield Leisure Centre. Works are on track to complete early June 2019.

  1. What does The Spa have?

The Spa at Furzefield will have two areas, thermal experiences and treatment areas.

The Thermal experience will have the following:

– Salt Sauna – Helping to ease aches and pains and enhances the body’s natural sleep cycle. This is a traditional sauna with a Himalayan salt wall.
– Aroma Steam Room – Natural sea salts help clear your mind whilst the salt steam soothes and heals your skin. The steam room generates humid heat with temperatures of up to 70C.
– Herbal Sauna – A true Finnish sauna experience, this dry heat sauna helps to relax your muscles whilst deep cleaning your body in temperatures of up to 100C.
– Ice Fountain – A cooling experience to tone and refresh your skin.
– Heated Relaxation Benches – Rest and relax on our heated benches
– Health Shower
– Relaxation Area

The treatment area will have four treatment rooms, nail and pedicure stations and a relaxation area.  There will be a great range of treatments including;

– Massages
– Body treatments
– Facials
– Nail care

  1. What’s happening with the changing rooms?

The changing rooms are being refurbished as part of the development and these will serve Spa Members and day spa users.

PLEASE NOTE: swim only members will not be allowed to use these changing rooms, neither will anyone under the age of 16.

  1. Why is there no spa pool?

The new spa experience has been designed to encourage health benefits. Each use of a thermal room is part of a mini cycle with hot and cold experiences.

  1. How do I access the spa?

The Spa will have a dedicated reception, however customers will need to check in first at the main reception before proceeding to access the spa.

  1. How do I access the Spa from the swimming pool?

Any customer with a Spa element to their membership will be able to access the Spa from the swimming pool. This will be access controlled and monitored.

  1. Opening Times

We are currently finalising the opening times for The Spa and will have more information shortly.

  1. Will I get Towels?

Towels will be provided for customers purchasing a treatment. Customers wishing to use the Thermal experience will need to bring their own towel.

  1. Can all customers use The Spa?

The Spa is available for everyone to use, either as a Spa member or as a pay as you go option.

  1. How much will a Spa membership cost?

There will be a range of memberships available including The Spa, further details will be available soon.

  1. How many people can use the Spa at one time?

The decision will be made on if this will be a bookable session or if customers can just turn up, this will depend on capacity numbers which I will have in due course.

  1. How long are the sessions?

The Spa thermal experience is available for a two hour session.

  1. Do I have to book?

We recommend that customers book their Thermal Spa experience.