Staff are looking forward to welcoming existing and new members back

The Bromyard Centre, which is owned by Herefordshire Council and managed by Social Enterprise and Registered Charity Halo Leisure, has been closed for several months following damage caused by vandalism and flooding.

With the extensive repair work now coming to an end, staff at the Centre are looking forward to welcoming existing and new members back. 

Alex Haines, Halo’s Partnership Manager said:

“The building has been given a clean bill of health, now it’s time for Halo to look after yours. The gym and group exercise classes will be available from Friday 19 November followed by Library services on Monday 22 November.

“As a thank you to the people of Bromyard for being so patient whilst the Centre was closed we are offering FREE membership at the Bromyard Centre for the rest of 2021 to existing members AND new members."

More information for existing members can be found HERE.  New members can sign up and get the remainder of 2021 free:

  •  Online HERE
  •  Call 01432 842075
  •  Pop into the Centre

To get free membership until January 2021, use Promo Code BROMYARDFREE 

Cllr Gemma Davies, Cabinet Member for Commissioning, Procurement and Assets, said: 

“I would like to sincerely thank the residents of Bromyard, once again, for their patience and understanding whilst the Centre has been closed.  I know that Halo customers and the local community will be delighted to see the Centre open again at a time when the benefits of activity, exercise and community cohesion have never been more essential and appreciated.”

Published: 11th November 2021