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QEII Leisure Centre

The QEII Diamond Jubilee Leisure Centre provides our students, staff and the general public with state-of-the-art facilities including a 25-metre swimming pool, climbing wall, eight court sports hall, fitness suite and dance studio. A comprehensive programme of workout classes are also held at the centre, catering for all fitness levels. Our gym and studio are equipped with the latest training equipment to support recreational, social, competitive and inclusive training environment. So whether you are using the centre for fitness or fun, competitive sport or general fitness, the QEII is a place to meet your needs. There are a range of memberships and pay as you go options available to help meet your requirements and our opening times are extensive to give flexibility of use. 

We are really looking forward to re-opening our doors on Monday 14th September to all and have been making preparations to ensure that you can enjoy the facilities safely by putting into place relevant measures, including:

    • Reviewing our capacity levels to ensure we meet social distancing requirements. 
    • Following all government and industry guidance for a safe re-opening.
    • Thorough cleaning of the centre.
    • Training our team on how to make your experience as enjoyable, and safe, as possible.
    • One way systems in place where possible.

Learn more about the leisure centre's re-opening details.

DMU Sport and DMU Leisure Centre have developed online sessions such as a low impact body workout, a mobility session or 7 day stretch challenge and you can exercise at a time and a level which you suits you.

When doing exercise at home it is important to be aware of your surroundings and make sure that you have enough room to take part in the activities and exercises demonstrated. Work out to your own ability and ensure that you warm up and stretch before commencing any kind of aerobic activity.

The information presented on this site is for general use only and is not intended for people living with any medical conditions who are seeking personal medical advice; it is not a substitute for the advice of your doctor. If you have any questions or concerns about individual health matters or the management of your condition, please consult your local GP.