Family and Kids
Junior members can spend up to 4 hours a day at Club V. Kids can choose from sports, arts, crafts and dance, as well as playtime games, pool time, racquet games and family events. The sessions are all about learning new skills, making new friends and finding new confidence. Building active bodies and active imaginations.
Take a class, take to the gym floor or take a moment in the spa. We’ll take care of your little ones while you do it. Our on-site creche is alive with arts, crafts and stories, and open to children from 6 weeks to 4 years old. Members can make use of it for up to 4 hours a day. You’ll find sing-alongs, superheroes and sandpits, all supervised by our qualified team.
Club V camps run after school throughout the year, as well as every half-term, and during Easter and summer holidays. The camps include: Active Creation (arts, crafts, stories and games); Active Dance (a lively mix of music and movement); Active Games (good old-fashioned playtime); and Active Mashup (freewheeling sports and games).
We’ll take care of the mess and stress while you take all of the credit. Our Club V parties are available for kids aged 1 to 15. Pirates. Princesses. Ball games. Bouncy castles. A teddy bear’s picnic. Take your pick. Older kids can host tennis or pool parties, too.
As long as a parent is with them, kids aged 10 to 13 are welcome to use the gym floor. Over-14s can use the gym alone, although a parent must still be somewhere in the club. Anyone using the gym needs to do an induction with one of our trainers. There are different inductions for different age groups and sets of equipment.
KIDS' SWIM LESSONS
You can now pay for your child's lessons by direct debit. Saving the time and energy that could be better spent in the water. To enroll in lessons, ask in club or fill out the form below.
Park up for a morning in the gym and spa. Stop by for a kettlebell class on your way home from the station. Bring the kids at the weekend for a splash and a sandwich. In the leafy outskirts of Bromley, our members say this is more of a country club than a gym.