We are involved across London in many projects aimed to help people get fit and healthy. For example:
School Partnerships: We work directly with local primary schools in Camden and Westminster to inspire children to adopt a healthy, active lifestyle from an early age. Projects have included:
We know that active children need active adult role models, so we provide free fitness classes for parents and staff at our partner schools as well.
Community Projects within the gyms: We offer a number of free and low-cost activities at our gyms to make fitness accessible for the groups that will benefit the most. This includes fitness and dance classes for seniors; exercise classes for women and girls; community Soccer Tots, youth football, netball and tennis programmes and hosting a range of fitness and weight management classes in partnership with local councils and community groups.
Active Events: We recognise that the gym is not for everyone, so we try to encourage people to move, be fit and have fun wherever they are most comfortable. Projects include the Big Dance Bus, charity running, and outdoor gym projects. We also participate in large scale campaigns like Sport Relief and National Fitness Day to provide motivation and opportunity to be more active.
Concessionary Membership: We try to make fitness accessible to everyone by financial financial burdens where possible. More than 23% of our total memberships across our four gyms are concession – for students, elderly, disabled people, unemployed or juniors.
GP Referral Programmes: At our clubs in Hampstead and Westminster we run successful schemes where people referred by their doctor can receive free one-to-one supervised exercise sessions to help treat specific medical conditions.
Cardiac Rehabilitation Programme: At The Armoury in Hampstead and Colombo Centre in Southwark we host Phase IV cardiac rehabilitation programmes run in conjunction with local hospitals
Read about all our achievements in our latest annual review.
The Jubilee Hall Trust is a charity that aims to build strong healthy communities by promoting the fitness and wellbeing of the individuals within them.
The Trust operates four health, fitness and sports centres in Covent Garden, Hampstead, Southwark and Westminster and also manages outreach community programmes such as dance classes for older people and healthy eating education programmes for obese children.
The Trust receives no public funding or subsidy (except for special projects) and generates its own income through trading. Primarily, the Trust sells gym memberships and other services at value for money rates, and the surpluses generated enable us to subsidise memberships for people on low incomes and to provide our community programmes.
You can read about all our achievements over the last year in our latest annual review.
© 2017. The Jubilee Hall Trust is a charitable sports trust, Charity No. 273562. Jubilee Hall Trust Limited, Registered in England and Wales. 30 The Piazza, Covent Garden, London WC2E 8BE No. 01310649.
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