COronavirus update 18th march 2020

We are currently advising any parents with(recreational or squad) children 6 and over to drop them off at the club and then wait in the car or go home (depending on training hours) until class finishes. This is to minimize the amount of people we have in the waiting area at any given time.
These measure have been put in place to enable us to still operate at this very difficult time
Your continued support, patience and understanding is greatly appreciated


Presently, we are open, but should the Government implement a lock down on schools and sports facilities, we will inform you of the closure.

Following guidelines from the Government, Retford Gymnastics Club is asking all visitors to the club to be vigilant, using Hand sanitisers, taking care to wash hands regularly for at least 20 seconds, particularly after using the toilet, before eating food and before entering the gym.

If you are in the high risk category, over 70 years of age and or having an underlying health issue, you may wish to refrain from attending the gym.

As we speak, we have staff in the gym washing apparatus, handles, doors etc., and this will be done on a daily basis.

As a not for profit organisation and a Charity, we do not have excess funds to be able to keep afloat, so can we please ask that you do NOT cancel your payments should we have to close. We will repay any lost time once the pandemic is passed, in the way of summer holiday sessions. Without your support through this, unfortunately the club will not be able to survive.

If you are planning to eat or drink at the gym, we recommend that you bring your own cup, drinks bottles, crockery and cutlery.

Please see the Government guidelines below:

Many thanks for your understanding.

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English Championships 2019

We want to wish all gymnasts taking part in this weekends competition in London the very best of luck.

We have representatives from our Women’s and Men’s squad who will be competing over 3 days. All the hard work we see them put into their training  every day will hopefully pay off with some excellent results.