By Steven Gregory - 21st March 2020 6:39am
With the rapid escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic, Boris announced the heartbreaking enforcement that all gyms must shut until further notice.
Therefore, we will be unable to open our doors from tomorrow onwards.
The overwhelming support from members and guests since this announcement has had myself, Jess and the staff in tears. The number of people wishing to continue paying their direct debit has been mind blowing!
Not only is this humbling, it also shows what an incredible community we have in this area.
However, we can't accept these offers.
This is a time of uncertainty for us all. We are either unsure of our financial security with many industries being effected OR we are over worked from trying to keep up with the demand for key workers.
Therefore all memberships will be frozen with immediate effect.
Those on Direct Debit monthly instalments will be paused with no more payments being taken until we re open.
Those who have paid for an annual membership in full will have the total amount of closure days added to the end of their annual subscription.
FitLife is built on a passion to improve people's lives through health and fitness, it just so happens we have a gym and studio.
The gym and studio may now be closed, but the passion to burns greater than ever before.
We will provide every opportunity for you to stay physically active and in turn, maintain positive mental health.
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