Information relating to Coronavirus
Welcome Back to Derby Active Facilities
14 May 2021 Update
Moorways Stadium, Springwood Leisure Centre, Queen's Leisure Centre and Derby Arena are now open for activities as outlined in the government's Covid-19 Recovery Roadmap. Ol re-open outdoor courts and outdoor activities.
From 17 May classes will resume and can be booked in advance.
Derby Arena courts and track cycling will remain closed while we continue to support the NHS in the provision of a venue for the Vaccination Centre.
So what to expect!
- A welcoming smile !
- Controlled access of numbers of people to sessions.
- All activities are bookable through online bookings.
- Spacious activities and equipment, to allow for social distancing.
- Dedicated cleaning to provide a clean and safe environment.
- Contact less payment or pay online.
- Hand sanitisers and wipes available throughout the building.
- Regular updates on activities and sessions, visit Derby Active COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information
- You sanitise and wash your hands regularly.
- Wear a face mask when circulating around the building, but can be removed when taking part in your activity.
- Use the wipes and spray provided to wipe down equipment before and after use.
- Follow the signage around the building to ensure there is a safe follow for everyone.
- Keep a safe distance from other visitors.
- You stay at home if you or anyone in your household shows signs of Covid-19.
- You use the use the NHS Test and Trace APP to record your at each venue. This is not required for customers who have pre-booked their session.
- Inform us if you have Covid-19.
- Let us know if you have any comments or suggestions.
In-line with COVID-19 requirements all activities have to be booked in advance. This ensures your safety by allowing social distancing by regulating numbers and also allows time to clean areas prior to the next session starting.
Find out more about the government's roadmap and restrictions related to Covid-19
We recommend the best way to book is by online bookings, but you can also book by telephone.
Booking conditions apply and all activities can be booked up to 14 days in advance.
Frequently Asked Questions
Facility Opening hours
Centre opening hours
|Derby Arena||Springwood||Queen's||Moorways Stadium|
|Mon||6am - 9pm||7am - 9.30pm||7am - 10pm||
11am - 7pm
|Tue||6am - 9pm||7am - 9.30pm||7am - 10pm||9.30am - 9pm|
|Wed||6am - 9pm||7am - 9.30pm||7am - 10pm||9.30am - 9pm|
|Thu||6am - 9pm||7am - 9.30pm||7am - 10pm||9.30am - 9pm|
|Fri||6am - 9pm||7am - 9.30pm||7am - 9.30pm||11am - 8pm|
|Sat||7am - 7pm||9am - 4.15pm||8am - 4pm||9am - 3pm|
|Sun||7am - 7pm||9am - 4.15pm||9am - 8.30pm||9am - 3pm|
Gym opening hours
|Mon - Fri||6am – 8.45pm||7am – 9.45pm|
|Sat & Sun||7am – 6.30pm||9am – 4.15pm|
* The gym at Queen's Leisure Centre is currently closed due to maintenance.
How do I book
Q: How do I book for an activity?
A: All activities are bookable over the phone or online, this includes gym, classes, outdoor running track, badminton and swimming.
If you have any problems joining online or booking email to the centre of your booking choice.
Derby Arena - email@example.com
Springwood Leisure Centre - firstname.lastname@example.org
Queen's Leisure Centre - email@example.com
Moorways Sports Centre - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sales and Information Centre - email@example.com
Emails are monitored during normal centre opening hours.
Q: How will we keep you safe?
A: We continue to provide a one-way system throughout buildings to limit the flow of customers. Providing hand sanitising stations and we ask you to wear a face covering. Staff will be working actively to keep everything flowing. Time slots in the gym, limited class sizes, only singles badminton, no water fountain etc. By booking sessions, we are collecting details of users, for track and trace purposes as required by government guidance.
Q: Why are you keeping it at 2m distance?
A: Current guidance tells us that a 2m distance should be maintained if it can be, and we want to keep all our customers and staff as safe as is practicably possible.
Q: Will I have to queue outside?
A: We may ask you to wait outside, to maintain a social distance as people are served in reception or swipe through the barriers. Signage will indicate where to queue. Our staff will keep you informed and tell you when you can go in. Due to this, we ask you not to come for your session too early and only 10 minutes before.
Q: Why do I have to Pre Book?
A: We have to monitor how many people are in the gym, classes, pool, running track and sports hall, in order to maintain social distancing guidelines. Pre-booking your session will guarantee your workout at that time.
Q: Can I swipe through the barrier?
A: At Derby Arena and Springwood Leisure Centre, customers will need to swipe through the access gates as normal. By pre-booking, your card will recognise you have booked and allow you to swipe, so there is no need to go to the reception. We will ensure social distancing guidelines are maintained.
Q: Will I be able to hire equipment?
A: To reduce contamination, hire equipment will not be available. There will be some equipment for sale, but we will review hiring policies as we follow government guidance.
Q: Can I bring spectators with me?
A: Unfortunately we can not allow any spectators. The only exception is for swimming lessons, where 1 parent can accompany a child - please see the Learn to Swim section for more information.
Carer's accompanying a customer to assist in their exercise will be welcome.
Q: Will the café be open at Derby Arena?
A: The café will remain closed. The vending machines will be available at Derby Arena, but not at Springwood and Queen's Leisure Centres.
Self-isolating or feeling unsure to return
Q: What happens to my membership if I have to self-isolate?
A: We ask that you contact the centre as soon as you know you cannot attend due to self-isolation, we will then discuss with you some options. We cannot backdate memberships, so we ask you to contact us as soon as you cannot attend.
Q: What if I feel unsafe at the moment to return to the facilities, but I have a paid membership?
A: We understand that this is an uncertain and strange environment to return to and that you may need more time, to come back to your activities. We ask that you don't cancel your membership but give us a call and we will chat through the options available to help you. We want to support your return.
Q: I currently pay a Direct Debit for a health and fitness membership or/and Learn to Swim lessons, will there be any reduction to compensate for the lost days when the centres closed?
A: Heath and Fitness, Learn to Swim & Gymnastic members will be contacted by email regarding their Direct Debit payment.
Q: I pay annually for my membership, how will I be compensated for the lost days?
A: Your membership will be extended to cover the period of closure when your membership was unable to be used.
Q: Will I still need to pay my health and fitness membership in full even though some facilities will not be in use?
A: Your membership gives you access to Springwood Leisure Centre, Queen's Leisure Centre, Derby Arena and Moorways Stadium, allowing you the choice to choose activities at all sites if your home site is busy.
Q: What is happening to my run-pass memberships?
A: Your membership has been frozen, during the period when the facilities have been closed.
Leisure Card memberships
Q: Will my Leisure Card get the months not used added onto the expiry date?
A: Yes, your Leisure card will be extended by the period we were closed.
Q: Will the changing rooms be open?.
A: Changing rooms will only be open for the toilets at Derby Arena and Queen's Leisure Centre for pool users (After their pool session ONLY). At Springwood there will be toilets, but no changing. We ask you to arrive ready for your activity. For swimming, we ask you to wear your swim costume under your outdoor clothes, as you will need to change on poolside before your swim.
All lockers will be out of use (other than those outside the gym at Derby Arena).
Q: Will I be able to shower?
A: Unfortunately, not. Showers will not be in use due to the difficulty with social distancing and the increased levels of transmission that could be brought about through the water vapour.
Q: Will all toilets be in use?
A: Toilets will be designated to particular activities at Springwood and Queen's Leisure Centres. At Derby Arena gym customers should use the toilets on the ground floor, the 2nd floor next to the studios will be unisex.
Q: Will all classes be running?
A: Classes will resume from Monday 17 May.
We may also be running a reduced programme, which includes changeover times to ensure start and finish times are staggered. Classes must be pre-booked and will operate at reduced capacity. ONline classes will continue on the In Derby APP.
Q: Do I need to wear a face-covering?
A: A face-covering will be required in the building and circulation areas, but can be removed when you are in your exercise area.
Q: How many people are allowed in classes at any one time?
A: This varies at each Centre - Derby Arena 24 places, Queen's 7 Places and Springwood 22 in the sports hall, 15 for indoor cycling. These numbers may vary as we follow government guidance.
We advise you to book in advance and if you are not going to attend please cancel your space. We will be monitoring this to ensure there are no regular 'non-attenders'. Also please look at all our three site class programmes if your home centre does not have the class you want to attend.
Q: Can I bring a bag for the class?
A: We ask you only to bring your water bottle and if required your phone to the class. It will be your responsibility to take care of your valuables.
Q: Will there be mats available?
A: We ask you to bring your own mat to classes, we also have mats available to buy at the centres.
Q: Will there be any water provided?
A: No water coolers will be operational. Customers should bring their own drinks in their own containers.
Q: How are you monitoring how many people are in the gym at one time?
A: Our booking system will ensure we do exceed the capacity to adhere to social distancing rules.
Q: How long are the gym sessions?
A: 75 minutes
Q: Can I book more than one gym session in a day?
A: Currently sessions are limited to one session, each person per day. We would politely request you cancel a session if you are unable to attend to allow someone else to take up the space.
Q: Can I use the free weights? Will I need to clean them down first?
A: Yes you can use weights, please wipe them down before and after use. The gym will be closed at specified times throughout the day for deep cleaning.
Q: Can I bring a towel for the gym?
A: Unfortunately no, but there will be paper towels available in each gym for you to use.
Q: Will there be any water provided?
A: No water fountains will be operational. Customers should bring their own drinks in their own containers.
Q: Can I bring a bag for the gym or class?
A: We ask you only to bring your water bottle and if required your phone in the gym or class. It will be your responsibility to take care of your valuables.
Q: Who is wiping down the equipment in the gym or do we need to wipe it down ourselves?
A: Customers will be asked to wipe their equipment down before and after use. After each session the gym will close for 15 minutes for cleaning, after 3 sessions the gym will be closed for an hour to give it a deep clean.
Q: Will the gym is cleaned regularly?
A: The Gym will close for 15 mins after each 75-minute session for cleaning. After three sessions the gym will be closed for an hour before the next session for a deep clean.
Q: We ask that swimmers arrive 'Beach Ready'.
A: What we mean by “beach style turn up and swim” is that we ask you to arrive at the pool already wearing your swimming costumes underneath your clothes and having showered at home. We are encouraging swimmers to do this to minimise the time spent in changing areas. Similarly we are encouraging swimmers to shower at home after their swim, again to minimise the time spent in the changing areas after a swim.
On arrival there will be social distanced allocated changing stations on pool side for you to change.
However, changing facilities will still be available for swimmers post swim to change.
Q: Will showers be available?
A: We will be trialling the use of showers in May and will be a phased approach, starting with early morning sessions.
7 -7.45am Lane Swim
8 -8.45am Lane Swim
There will be 2 showers available in each of the Male and Female Gala Pool changing rooms. Shower’s will be labelled up for use.
We would still encourage customers to shower at home, due to this limited availability.
Q: How will you ensure social distancing while swimming?
A: The lane swimming sessions will be for a controlled number of swimmers, depending on the pool in use. Lifeguards will also request that everyone follows our lane Swim Etiquette, which is as follows:
- Lane capacity and speed will be indicated on the lane sign, check the lane is not full before entering.
- Lane Flow - You may be asked by the Lifeguard to change lane when swimming, this is to assist in the flow of swimmers to ensure everyone enjoys their swim.
- Entering the pool - When entering the pool lane, wait for at least a 3m distanced gap between yourself and others.
- Social distancing - Follow social distancing rules whilst swimming, on pool side and around the centre.
- Overtaking - To allow someone to overtake you, stop at the end of a lane and face away from them whilst they pass.
- Resting - To rest climb out of the pool and use the designated seating area, please do not rest in the water.
- If you need any help or have questions please ask the Lifeguard.
Q: Can I still spectate my child’s lesson?
A: Yes, but strictly one parent only unless for exceptional circumstances.
Q: I currently pay a Direct Debit for Learn to Swim lessons, will there be any reduction for restarting from 12 April?
A: Learn to Swim members will receive an e-mail regarding Direct Debit payments.
Q: What are the cleaning measures in place for Swimming Lessons?
A: for your safety, the following has been provided:
- Sanitisation stations on entry
- Spectator seating wipes available
- Lesson equipment minimised and cleaned in chlorinated water between classes
- Changing facilities locked and cleaned every 15 minutes
- Increased cleaning of touchpoints
Q: What are the safety measures in place for swimming lessons?
A: Amongst our safety measures for swimming lessons, below are key highlights:
- We are restricting the use of our pools during lessons to Learn to Swim customers only
- We are limiting the number of classes and participants in each pool at any one time
- We are removing the use of shared equipment during a swimming lesson
- We are limiting changing spaces and introducing changing windows of 15 minutes
Q: What is the format of Derby Active's swimming lessons during Covid-19?
A: We will ensure:
- Our Swimming Lessons will continue to operate for 25 minutes with 5 minutes reserved for administration.
- A water safety briefing will be given by our teachers at the start of every lesson for the first four weeks to ensure swimmer safety.
- Our teachers focus on refreshing swimmers Core Aquatic Skills during lessons as this provides the foundations on which to build swimmer progress
- Equipment will be issued per swimmer for the duration of the lesson and there will be no shared equipment during the lesson.
Q: Will I be able to use the changing rooms before and after lessons?
A: We are encouraging all swimmers to arrive “Beach” or “Pool” ready with swimming costumes on under clothing before Swimming Lessons as changing rooms will not be available before lessons. Swimmers are encouraged to change on poolside prior to their lesson. Changing rooms will, however, be available following lessons without the use of showers and lockers, for a maximum of 15 minutes from your lesson finishing time.
Q: Can more than one parent/guardian spectate?
A: Only 1 spectator per swimmer will be permitted to help us keep you and our team safe.
Where absolutely necessary, an additional spectator from the same household may be permitted on discretion of the queue manager or staff member. This will be for childcare, accessibility or disability support during attending swimming lessons.
Where Pre-School Duckling or Adult lessons are taking place, no spectators are permitted, however if necessary, this may be permitted on discretion of the queue manager or staff member.
Q: Why are teachers teaching from the side but parents are asked to be in the water to support for Ducklings lessons?
A: It is important to minimise the number of people in the water to ensure social distancing is maintained as much as possible, which is why our teachers are teaching from the poolside wherever possible.
However, parents for Ducklings classes may enter the water as long as they maintain social distancing. Parents who are supporting their child in the water should only support their own child and will need to ensure they adhere to social distancing guidelines.
Q: Is it feasible to teach lower stages in deep water to make more use of pool space to allow for social distancing?
A: Yes, our full programme has been reviewed and lessons allocated appropriate locations in the pool to allow a safe and enjoyable lesson. Our Teachers have also undertaken pre-opening training days to cover teaching in different pool locations and utilising equipment that can be used to support swimmers.
Q: Why is my child wearing armbands?
A: Your child’s safety is our priority and they have been away from our pools for a significant amount of time where their ability may have regressed.
Your lesson may have also changed pool or location and armbands or suitable aids may be utilised by your teacher to ensure your child is safe once they return to the water, particularly in the first few weeks where our water safety briefings will also be given as part of returning to lessons.
Q: Why are there different bather loads for different activities?
A: Maximum bather occupancy cannot be determined by just using a single number and applying that to all lessons.
The activity being undertaken has an effect on how you control distance and time, therefore a minimum of 6 m2 would be in a setting where you can control the distance and limit the time at which participants come close.
Q: Are you sure that cleaning equipment in pool water is sufficient?
A: Research has been carried out on this subject and The Pool Water Treatment Advisory Group have published the cleaning parameters.
Additionally, in between sessions we are submerging equipment in chlorinated water to limit the risk of transmission. This will not guarantee any virus if present will be eliminated. We are also removing shared equipment to further minimise the risk of transmission.
Q: Can I shower at the pool?
A: Our showers will not be available for use, however showering before you swim is a vital contribution to ensuring the free chlorine in the pool water is available for disinfection of SARS-CoV-2 (rather than being used to clean dirt off swimmers). We are encouraging swimmers to shower at home before arriving at the pool and at home after your swim.
Q: Can I use lockers at the pool?
A: Lockers will not be available for use, however, please arrive “Pool ready” and bring a bag for your individual changing station on poolside.
Q: What does “beach style” mean. Do I have to drive home in my wet stuff?
A: What we mean by “beach style turn up and swim” is that we ask you to arrive at the pool already wearing your swimming costumes underneath your clothes and having showered at home. We are encouraging swimmers to do this to minimise the time spent in changing areas. Similarly, we are encouraging swimmers to shower at home after their swim, again to minimise the time spent in the changing areas after a swim.
However, changing facilities will still be available for swimmers post-swim for a change.
Q: Should people with health conditions/disabilities return to the pool?
A: Absolutely, we know that swimming is a fantastic activity for people with a range of health conditions/disabilities. However, those in the high risk and moderate risk groups should consider the latest government advice before returning to the pool.
People categorised as “high risk” or who have concerns may wish to consult with their medical practitioner before returning to the water.
Q: Can people who are shielding return to swimming?
A: People who are shielding should follow the latest government guidance.
Q: How many people can play on a badminton court?
A: We will allow a strict 4 people per court for doubles but these must be from the same household or support bubble.
Q: How are you keeping the distance in the sports hall for badminton courts?
A: We will ensure there are dividing nets where necessary and spacing between courts and customers will be allocated a court on arrival.
Q: Will squash be available at Springwood Leisure Centre.
A: Unfortunately not in this stage of opening due to the court's lack of fresh air movement. This will be continually reviewed in-line with government and sports guidance.
Q: What are the new safety measures in place at Springwood Leisure Centre?
A: We have a range of safety measures in place:
- Please help us to protect you and our team by maintaining social distancing at all times
- Please utilise our sanitation stations and handwashing facilities
- Please follow our signage and one way systems around the site on your visit
- We ask all adults attending site to wear a face-covering
- What are the new cleaning measures in place for Gymnastics Lessons?
- Sanitisation stations on entry
- Lesson equipment minimised and cleaned between classes
- Hand sanitiser used during the session
- Increased cleaning of touchpoints
- Regular deep cleans of equipment.
Q: What are the new safety measures in place for Gymnastics lessons?
A: Amongst our safety measures for gymnastics lessons, below are key highlights:
- We are limiting the number of classes and participants in each session at any one time
- We are removing the general use of handheld equipment during a gymnastics lesson, very limited use will be permitted if necessary
- We are removing access to our changing rooms to limit touchpoints and time spent in the centre.
Q: What is the format of Derby Active's gymnastics lessons during COVID?
- All of our Gymnastics Lessons will now operate for 60 minutes with 5 minutes reserved for entry/exit, and 5 minutes for administration
- A safety briefing will be given by our coaches at the start of every lesson for the first four weeks to ensure gymnast safety
- Our coaches will focus on refreshing gymnasts core skills during lessons as this provides the foundations on which to build progress
- Where handheld equipment is needed it will be issued per gymnast for the duration of the lesson, no shared handheld equipment will be used
- Where bigger pieces of equipment are used, such as beams and bars, gymnasts will be asked to sanitise their hands before and after use
Q: Will I be able to use the changing rooms before and after lessons?
- We are asking all gymnasts to arrive ready with correct clothing on, or leotards under clothing before lessons as changing rooms will not be available.
- Any clothing that is removed before the lesson starts must not be taken into the main hall, instead, be taken by a parent or career.
- Each gymnast will be permitted to take only a water bottle into the main hall
Q: Can parents/guardians spectate?
A: Spectators will not be permitted during this time to help us keep you and our team safe.
Q: Why are coaches coaching from the side?
A: It is important to minimise the number of people on the equipment to ensure social distancing is maintained as much as possible, which is why our coaches are coaching from a distance wherever possible.
Q: Is it feasible to teach smaller groups to make more use of hall space to allow for social distancing?
A: Yes, our full programme has been reviewed and sessions allocated to appropriate locations in the main hall to allow a safe and enjoyable lesson. Our coaches have also undertaken pre-opening training days to cover coaching in different areas and utilising equipment that can be used to support gymnasts.
Q: Why is my child spending more time off the equipment?
A: Your child’s safety is our priority and they have been away from our sessions for a significant amount of time where their ability may have regressed.
Your session may include more time stretching and conditioning or suitable aids may be utilised by your coach to ensure your child is safe once they return to the gymnastics, particularly in the first few weeks where our safety briefings will also be given as part of returning to lessons.
Q: Why are there different ratios for different activities?
A: Maximum occupancy cannot be determined by just using a single number and applying that to all lessons.
The activity being undertaken has an effect on how you control distance and time, therefore a minimum of 1m+ would be in a setting where you can control the distance and limit the time at which participants come close.
Q: Are you sure that your cleaning of equipment is sufficient?
A: Research has been carried out on this subject British Gymnastics/Government have published the cleaning parameters - find out more here.
Additionally, in between sessions we are cleaning equipment to limit the risk of transmission. We are also removing shared equipment to further minimise the risk of transmission.
Q: Can I shower/toilet at the leisure centre?
A: Our showers will not be available for use. All our changing rooms will remain closed for the foreseeable future. Our toilets will also be closed, with only one available upon request.
We advise all members to use toilet facilities before attending a coached session, this will also help will reduce the time lost by toilet trips during sessions.
Q: Can I use lockers at the leisure centre?
A: Lockers will not be available for use, please arrive “session ready”.
Q: What does “session ready” mean? Do I have to go home in my leotard?
A: What we mean by “session ready” is that we ask you to arrive at the centre already wearing suitable clothes, or your gymnastics leotard under your clothes. We are asking gymnasts to do this to minimise the time spent in the centre. Similarly, we are encouraging gymnasts to use the toilet at home before attending the centre, again to minimise the time spent in the centre.
However, toilet facilities will still be available for customers on request.
Q: Should people with health conditions/disabilities return to lessons?
A: Absolutely, we know that exercise is a fantastic activity for people with a range of health conditions/disabilities. However, those in the high risk and moderate risk groups should consider the latest government advice before returning to lessons.
People categorised as “high risk” or who have concerns may wish to consult with their medical practitioner before returning to sessions.
Q: Can people who are shielding return to gymnastics?
A: People who are shielding should follow the latest government guidance.
Q: What activities are available?
A: In accordance with government advice we will be re-opening the outdoor courts, ATPs and track from 31 March.
Q: What is happening with our run-pass memberships?
A: Your membership will be frozen during any closure and extended.
Q: How do I book a track running session?
A: We are monitoring how many people use the track, in order to maintain social distancing guidelines.
One hour booking slots will be available.
Book your session here or call the Sales and Information centre on 01332 255800 (Mon-Sat).
You can also contact us by email Stadium.Moorways@derby.gov.uk
Q: Is it okay for me to just turn up to the track instead of booking in?
A: Unfortunately not, we will only accept pre-bookings to ensure we have safe distancing and numbers of users.
Q: Can I book more than track session in a day?
A: There are no restrictions on the booking of a track session. We politely request you cancel your session if you are unable to attend to allow someone else to take up space. Please see booking Derby Active terms and conditions.
Q: Can I bring a bag?
A: You can, there will be a designated area on trackside for bags. Social distancing and hygiene measure will need to be followed. Please note leaving your bag on trackside is at your own risk whilst running on the track.
Q: Are there new Stadium guidelines?
A: Yes, before customers start their track session an induction will be given beforehand explaining out new guidelines these include terms and conditions of use, track etiquette, and facility usage.
Q: Is there a one-way system on the track?
A: A one-way system is in place to ensure that customers and staff remain adequately spaced to adhere to social distancing guidelines. We have directional arrows showing new entrance and exit routes on and off the track. We will cover this information within your track induction and allow you to ask any questions.
Q: Are you restricting numbers on track?
A: Yes, our track numbers are limited and continuously monitored.
Q: Will the changing rooms be open?
A: There will be no changing rooms or showers available at first this will be reviewed moving forward.
Q: Will all toilets be available?
A: We will have designated customer toilet with a one in one out system. The toilets on the ground floor will be unisex.
Q: What cleaning processes have you put in place now you are reopening?
A: We are be cleaning the building and toilets more frequently throughout the day as well as external handrails and touchpoints after each track session.
Q: Can I bring spectators with me?
A: Children can be accompanied by one responsible adult, over the age of 16, otherwise everyone must be taking part. The Grandstand is not in use.
Q: Will I be able to hire equipment?
A: To reduce contamination, hire equipment will not be available, we also advise not to bring your own equipment.
Astro Turf Pitches (ATPs)
Astro Turf Pitches (ATPs) are available for FA affiliated clubs at Springwood Leisure Centre, Moorways Stadium and the Race Course.
Unfortunately cycling at Derby Arena will not be available, as this area is currently being used to support the NHS as a Vaccination Centre. We will keep this page updated when we have any updates.
Q: When do you think events will be up and running again at Derby Arena?
A: That is something we are unsure of, we have no definitive answer yet. All we know is all our events have been cancelled and are under constant review in line with government advice.
Q: Will I be able to return to my club session at the centres?
A: We are talking with the clubs that use our facilities about their return. For further information, please speak directly to your club.
You have the choice of 4 centres with Derby Active
Don't forget Derby Active offers 4 facilities, so if you can not book in a class or gym session at one facility, try our other sister sites in the city. Try a different activity, there is badminton at Springwood, outdoor track running at Moorways and swimming at Queen's, you are very welcome as a member or pay as you go.
Come and join us!
Find out more about our 4 Derby Active facilities
Springwood Leisure Centre - Tel: 01332 640333
Derby Arena - Tel: 01332 640011
Queen's Leisure Centre - Tel: 01332 641444
Moorways Sports Stadium - Tel: 01332 342934
Sales and Information Centre - Tel: 01332 641234
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