How to join be active Birmingham?

How to join be active Birmingham?

How to join be active Birmingham?

To become a member of be active you will need two forms of ID with your name and address on….Be Active scheme

  1. current leisure card.
  2. council tax bill – paid to Birmingham City Council.
  3. utility bill.
  4. tenancy agreement.
  5. driving licence.
  6. bank statement.
  7. benefit statement.
  8. medical card.

What is be active membership?

Sign up to a Be Active pay & play membership to receive up to 50% off non member pay as you go prices. This membership option is available to Adults concessionary, over 60’s & Juniors aged 11 – 16. Be Active – Senior or Junior Pay & Play via THE APP.

What is a passport to leisure card?

A Passport To Leisure (PTL) card gives you up to 20% off most activities at our council-run leisure centres, Wellbeing Centres and swimming pools. The card also gives you discounts at some museums, theatres and other attractions in Birmingham.

Are Birmingham City Council gyms open?

Our leisure facilities in Birmingham have reopened in accordance with current government coronavirus guidance. All activities and sessions must be pre-booked; bookings can be made up to 2 days in advance. Please read our centre rules for gyms and fitness groups and swimming sessions and courses.

How do I get a be active card?

How to apply. The card costs just £2 and application forms are available from the scheme centres and libraries in the borough, or can be downloaded. Complete the form and return to one of the scheme centres, along with payment, two passport sized and proof of residency and eligibility.

How long does a leisure card last?

The SCC leisure card is valid for 12 months or until the holder is no longer eligible. *A disabled person holding a card is entitled to bring a carer along to the activity for free.

How do I get a Passport to leisure card?

You can apply online or make an appointment at your local leisure centre to complete an application form. If you apply online, we’ll email you a temporary membership number. Please make an appointment at your local centre to collect your card.

What facilities are in Birmingham?

All leisure centres and facilities

  • Action Indoor Sports.
  • Alexander Stadium.
  • Aston Park Pavilion & Pitches.
  • Bartley Green Leisure Centre.
  • Basketball courts in parks.
  • Beeches Pool & Fitness Centre.
  • Big Birmingham Bikes.
  • Billesley Indoor Tennis Centre.

Can classes take place in gyms?

Gym classes are now allowed – these are the latest rules on face masks and social distancing. The fourth step of the lockdown easing, which was initially planned for June 21, has been delayed until July 19 at the earliest, meaning that a full return to the pre-pandemic exercise routine will have to wait for many.

Is Everyone Active council run?

Sports and leisure operator, Everyone Active, has officially taken over the management of Somerset West and Taunton (SWT) Council’s leisure facilities today (1st August 2019). The company has been awarded a contract by SWT for 10 years and eight months.

Who runs Everyone Active?

David Bibby, Managing Director David is particularly proud of the growth… Turnover has grown four fold since 2006 and today stands at over £100m, this is at a time when the business has also focused on quality of service delivery and has won numerous awards.