The ActiveIslands membership will give islanders access to gym facilities and fitness classes on their specific island for £12.50 per month or £17.50 for a family. Budget memberships are also available at a cost of 50p per activity.
Budget memberships are available at a cost of 50p per activity inlcuding Learn2Swim blocks. Terms and conditions apply.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply?
You can apply online by following the Sign Up Here link. If you need help setting up your Direct Debit, download our help sheet.
You can also download an ActiveLife Application and email us or drop it off at reception.
What’s not included under an ActiveLife membership?
The scheme does not include cinema tickets, exercise classes paid for in a ‘block’, or personalised gym programmes after initial programmes offered during signup.
Is there a limit on the family membership?
A family membership includes two adults living at the same address and any number of children under 18.
Who is eligible for the Budget option?
If you are receiving a ‘means tested’ benefit payment, ie income support, pension guarantee credit, job seeker’s allowance, or employment support allowance, you are eligible for the Budget membership giving you access to activities at any centre for 50p per activity. As these benefits are based on household income, anyone residing at your address can also access activities for 50p per session.
Individuals receiving a war disability pension, disabled living allowance, personal independence payment, attendance allowance or carer’s allowance are entitled to the Budget option also (but not members of their wider household).
I don’t want to take up an ActiveLife membership – what are my options?
You don't need to be a member to take part in activities at our facility. If you prefer to pay as you go or want to try before you buy we have a 'pay and play' option for all of our activities. You can also take out a 30 Day Pass if you can't commit to a long-term membership for just £39.95 (the 30 Day Pass is only valid for activities at The Pickaquoy Centre).
What is the Leisure Link partnership?
Update: Due to restrictions across the country imposed by Covid-19, LeisureLink Partners have decided to suspend the scheme across all seven regions until further notice. This will be under review with the plan to reintroduce the scheme once it is possible to deliver the service in a safe and feasible way.
Leisure Link Partnership allows members of fitness schemes in Highland, Moray, Orkney, The Western Isles, Live Borders, Sport Aberdeen and Argyll and Bute to access gym, public swimming and fitness classes at leisure facilities across all of these regions at no extra cost. Many of the individual Leisure Link Partnership sites will also offer access to other public sessions where cardholders can take part in other activities such as running and indoor climbing. The Leisure Link Partnership means that when working away from home or on holiday, members from participating areas can, at no extra cost, use the local facilities as part of their existing home based membership. Visit the LeisureLink website for full details.