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An all inclusive Your Trust memberships (Plus, Extra, Flexi & Corporate) provides you with: 1.1 Unlimited access to Your Trust fitness suites at Middleton Arena, Heywood Sports Village, Littleborough Sports Centre and Rochdale Leisure Centre. 1.2 Unlimited Swimming at Middleton Arena, Heywood Sports Village & Rochdale Leisure Centre during public swim sessions. 1.3 Unlimited fitness classes at 4 Your Trust centres (Middleton Arena, Heywood Sports Village, Littleborough Sports Centre & Rochdale Leisure Centre) subject to availability. 1.4 Unlimited access of the steam rooms at Middleton Arena and Heywood Sports Village and the Thermal Suite at Rochdale Leisure Centre. Please follow the etiquette and conditions of use displayed within each area. 1.5 Your Trust members are able to book for classes up to 8 days prior to the class. The booking policy must be followed and is available from reception at each of our sites. 1.6 An opportunity to complete a tailor made fitness programme with regular reviews. These sessions must be booked through the gym team and are subject to availability.
All members are responsible for complying with the following terms & conditions, which are in place for the enjoyment and safety of Your Trust members and staff.
Your Trust facilities should be used in accordance to the gym etiquette rules displayed and as below: 3.1 Your membership card/band must be produced upon entry to the centre, gym, steam rooms and thermal suite. 3.2 Failure to produce a membership card will result in full admission being charged or entry denied. 3.3 Any booking made using a Your Trust card or booking number & any subsequent charge owing is the responsibility of the person to whom the card is issued. 3.4 The management has the right to refuse admission. 3.5 Misconduct can result in the loss of the card, suspension or termination of the membership. 3.6 Lost cards are replaced at a charge of £3.50.
Your Trust reserves the right to make changes to the programming of the Health & Fitness facilities and services.
Your Trust endeavour to ensure that all fitness facilities, classes and equipment are available during the advertised opening times. However, occasionally, due to circumstances beyond our control, facilities or equipment may be unavailable or classes cancelled. These circumstances have been calculated within the membership fees.
Your Trust membership Direct Debit contracts; offer an easy monthly payment scheme. The cost is spread over 1/12 monthly instalments (dependant on membership type); the payments are collected by Debit Finance Collections: 6.1 A member may pay the remaining balance of their contract at any time. This is a rolling contract and payments continue into month 2/13 (dependant on membership type). 6.2 The member must notify Debit Finance Collections with one months notice that they wish to cancel after the initial contract period. The contract does not automatically terminate after the final contractual payment. 6.3 A contract may be cancelled once the final contractual payment has been made, this requires one months notice in writing to Debit Finance (e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org) or by calling 01908 422007. 6.4 Memberships are not transferable but in extreme circumstances and in writing it may be considered. In each case, the management’s decision is final. 6.5 Your Trust reserves the right to increase monthly membership fees once in every 12 month period. Members who do not wish to accept an increase in subscription may cancel their membership by giving written notice. The member giving notice must continue to pay subscriptions at the rate current immediately prior to any proposed increase until the end of such notice period. 6.6 Should a membership be frozen within the initial membership term then 12 full monthly instalements must still be paid.
Explanation of other costs: 7.1 Start-up Fee – This payment covers the cost of associated start-up costs of setting up a new membership. 7.2 Pro Rata – This payment covers the cost of using the facilities straight away, until the first payment is made, this must be paid to the membership consultant/reception on our first visit to the centre.
Access control: 8.1 The management reserve the right to terminate or temporarily suspend the membership of any person. Breaching rules and regulations, or for any other reason the management deems appropriate. During suspension the member will continue to be charged membership fees if within contract.
Health Commitment Statement – Your health is your responsibility. The management and staff of Your Trust are dedicated to helping you take every opportunity to enjoy the facilities and services that we offer. With this in mind, we expect the following commitments: 9.1 Our commitment to you; 9.1.1 We will respect your personal decisions, and allow you to make your own decisions about what exercise you can carry out. However, we ask you not to exercise what you consider to be your own abilities. 9.1.2 We will make every reasonable effort to make sure that our equipment and facilities are in a safe condition for you to use and enjoy. 9.1.3 We will take all reasonable steps to make sure that our staff are qualified to the fitness industry standards as set out by the Register of Exercise Professionals. 9.1.4 If you tell us that you have a disability which puts you at a substantial disadvantage in accessing our equipment and facilities, we will consider what adjustments, if any, are reasonable for us to make. 9.2 Your commitment to us; 9.2.1 You should not exercise beyond your own abilities. If you know or are concerned that you have a medical condition that might interfere with you exercising safely, before you use our equipment and facilities you should get advice from a relevant medical professional. 9.2.2 You should make yourself aware of any rules and instructions, including warning notices Exercise carries its own risks. You should not carry out any activities which you have been told are not suitable for you. 9.2.3 You should let us know immediately if you feel ill when using our equipment or facilities. Our staff members are notqualified doctors, but there will be a personavailable who has first-aid training. 9.2.4 If you have a disability, you must follow any reasonable instructions to allow you to exercise safely.
Membership with eligibility criteria: 10.1 If you join on a membership that requires an eligibility criteria to be met, proof of eligibility must be provided when initially joining. 10.2 Your Trust reserves the right to request proof of membership eligibility at various intervals throughout your membership.
Ladies Only Membership: 11.1 Access to the Ladies Only Gym and Changing Room at Rochdale Leisure Centre only 11.2 Access to Gym as per scheduled programme.
Swim Only Membership: 12.1 Access to the pools at Heywood Sports Village, Middleton Arena and Rochdale Leisure Centre during public swim sessions.
Junior Memberships (Ages 8 – 13): 13.1 All under 14’s must complete the Junior screening and consent forms. These must be completed by the Member’s parent/guardian. 13.2 Junior fitness sessions must be booked in advance and all participants must complete the relevantJunior induction process prior to booking onto open sessions.
Fitness Suite Induction:14.1 Your Trust provide a fitness suite induction upon request. 14.2 It is compulsory to be inducted on the use of PowerplatesTM prior to use. 14.3 Members aged between 8 and 16 years of age must have an induction prior to commencing exercise within the fitness suite.
General Information: 15.1 All users of Your Trust must observe the rules and comply with any directions the management may give to ensure the smooth, safe and efficient operation of the site. Your Trust reserve the right to alter and amend these rules at any time. 15.2 Your Trust members should inform their home site of any changes in their personal details.
COVID-19: 17.1 Participant must not enter the premises if they are displaying and Covid-19 symptoms, or if they have tested positive for Covid-19 in the past 7 days,or if any member of their household have tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 14 days, as noted on the UK Government website. Please see www.gov.uk/coronavirus (Covid-19). 17.2 Participants and spectators must abide by the safe distancing rules as displayed inside and outside the premises. 17.3 Participants and spectators must adhere to all notices, signs and posters displayed in the premises relating to Covid-19 inside and outside the premises. 17.4 Participants and spectators must ensure that they wash their hands frequently or apply hand sanitiser to their hands regularly especially after touching surfaces including but not limited to doors, door handles, chairs, tables, counter tops, screens, touch pads and lifts, or when using any item of equipment.
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