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Everybody Gyms a Great Place to Workout

Everybody Leisure has recently received a 4.8 out of 5 star rating for cleanliness and hygiene in their gyms and group fitness classes since reopening 11 of their Leisure Centres in Cheshire East this summer.

The customer survey released in August had over 1150 respondents providing feedback on cleanliness and hygiene whilst also commenting on how safe they felt visiting an Everybody leisure centre and how the charity was remaining covid-secure.

  • Customers stated they had found the gym facilities clean and following covid-secure hygiene standards rating the facility 4.8 out of 5
  • Customers stated they found the group fitness classes clean and hygienic and following covid-secure guidelines rating the class experience 4.8 out of 5
  • Customers stated they felt that Nantwich Outdoor Pool was clean and hygienic and following Covid-secure guidance rating the facility 4.8 out of 5
  • Customers stated they felt safe whilst working out and keeping active in an Everybody Leisure Centre rating the overall facility experience 4.0 out of 5

Tommy Heath a member at Crewe Lifestyle Centre and Shavington Lesiure Centre commented, “I have used Crewe and Shavington centres multiple times since the reopening and have found them very well organised, clean and a pleasure to use.”

Nicola Blackburn a customer from Everybody @ Alderley Park commented, “I’m back at Alderley Park Gym. I’ve used the gym and attended Spin, Yoga and Body Pump for 3 weeks now and it’s so good to be back. There is so much space due to moving equipment into the sports hall and upstairs studio that I feel very safe. The one way system, deep cleaning rota, new exits and sanitiser stations adds to the sense of safety. I feel safer here than in shops and restaurants.”

Lindsay Orlowoski-Hatton a member at Holmes chapel Community Centre commented, “I use Holmes Chapel Community Centre – I have loved being back, it has improved my mental health when it has been extremely difficult during lockdown and seeing other friendly faces in the gym and classes has been fantastic. Thank you for giving back some kind of “new normal” social aspect again and putting a smile back on my face”

Thomas Barton, executive director at Everybody commented, “We have worked tirelessly over the last 6 months to make sure our leisure centres are following government and governing bodies guidelines to remain Covid 19-Secure so we could open safely. It is great to hear from our customers that their overall experience has been positive and they are confident in returning to our leisure centres for exercise.

He added, “ It is really important now more than ever that we lead active and healthy lifestyles and our customers in Cheshire East are enjoying working out in our gyms and classes. We look forward to welcoming more customers back in September, in particular swimmers to our indoor pools.”

This feedback has contributed to the decision to increase gym sessions from 45 minutes to 90 minutes from 1st September, as well as increasing the amount of group fitness classes on the timetable for across all centres.

Everybody is due to reopen Congleton Leisure Centre, Holmes Chapel Leisure Centre, Middlewich Leisure Centre and Poynton Leisure Centre on the 1st September.

The leisure charity is also welcoming more swimming customers back with 7 pools reopening on 1st September and the remaining on 7th September along with swimming lessons.

More information on how Everybody is remaining Covid-Secure and facilities currently open and available to book can be found at the Everybody web site.