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more people more active more often Sport and fitness facilities and ACTIVITIES for University of Kent students, staff, alumni and for THE COMMUNITY


contentS Welcome Join Kent Sport: Membership Membership Prices Facilities Fitness and Dance Classes and Online Booking Health and Fitness Services Events for your Diary Frequently Asked Questions Opening Times

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Information for University of Kent Students Membership Offer A–Z of Clubs Inter College Cup Intra Mural Sports Scholarships

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Information for University of Kent Staff Membership Offer Vice Chancellor's Cup

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Information for University of Kent Alumni Kent Sport Annual ‘Old Boy’s/Girl’s’ Weekend

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Information for Members of the Community Overview

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Welcome Kent Sport is pleased to offer a wide range of first-rate sport and fitness facilities and activities at excellent value for money, providing the opportunity for you to get fit, learn new skills and make new friends. We hope there is something for everyone with an interest in being active and enhancing their lifestyle. An amenity where you can relax, and not only work out in a modern fitness suite, but participate in fitness and dance classes and play a wide range of racket and ball games. We encourage University of Kent students, staff, alumni and members of the community to join in and enjoy all that there is on offer. This guide and our website www.kent.ac.uk/sports should provide all the information you need to get the most from Kent Sport facilities, programmes and services. If you have any questions or comments please contact us. Graham Holmes Director of Kent Sport


Choose your Kent Sport membership Kent Sport offers so much more than just a gym. Membership is excellent value for money while providing everyone the opportunity to be a part of a leading sports complex.

Please visit the Sports Centre or Pavilion reception to become a member of Kent Sport. For special offers follow UniKentSports on Facebook and Twitter and for further information about Kent Sport facilities and membership visit www.kent.ac.uk/sports.


Gold

Silver

Gold Annual Membership

Bronze

Silver Annual Membership

Bronze Annual Membership

Student

£195

Student

£165

Student

£6

Staff

£258

Staff

£219

Staff

£6

Alumni

£320

Alumni

£293

Alumni

£6

Public Adult

£419

Public Adult

£392

Public Adult

£6

Public Junior

£279

Public Junior

£250

Public Junior

£6

Membership includes:

Membership includes:

Membership includes:

Unlimited access to all sports facilities*

Unlimited access to all sports facilities excluding the gym

3 day advance booking

Unlimited access to the gym Entry to all fitness and dance classes

and Sunday 10am – 12pm

Equipment hire

Entry to all fitness and dance classes

7 day advance bookings

Unlimited visits

Discounts on recreational courses, fitness and nutritional consultations

Equipment hire

*Club joining fees may apply for students

Student

Staff & Public Junior

Alumni & Public Adult

£4

£5

£6

*between 7am – 9am weekdays, Saturday 9am – 11am

Unlimited visits

Access to facilities for club training and matches*

Activity fee per person per activity

Limited access to the gym*

7 day advance bookings Discounts on recreational courses, fitness and nutritional consultations Access to facilities for club training and matches* *Club joining fees may apply for students

Activity fee Booking fees Fitness suite

£4

£5

£6

Fitness & dance classes

£4

£5

£6

1/2 Astro pitch

£4

£5

£6

Full astro pitch

£4

£10

£12

1/2 3G pitch

£4

£5

£6

Full 3G pitch

£8

£10

£12

Tennis court

£4

£5

£6

5-a-side football

£8

£10

£12

Basketball/netball (full court)

£8

£10

£12

Basketball/netball (1/2 court)

£4

£5

£6 £12

Indoor cricket nets

£8

£10

Outdoor cricket nets

£4

£5

£6

Volleyball

£8

£10

£12

Table tennis

£4

£5

£6

Badminton

£4

£5

£6

Squash (40 minutes)

£4

£5

£6

Prices are valid from 1 September 2013 to 31 August 2014. Prices are correct at time of print but are subject to change. Please refer to the website for all terms and conditions and current prices. Access to any facility is subject to availability.

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Kent Sport facilitieS Kent Sport has recently completed a £4.8 million redevelopment of its sports facilities and programmes, providing members with the opportunity to experience sport either for leisure and recreation or to an elite competitive level.

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Members enjoy: ■■ An outstanding fitness suite featuring three distinct areas for general fitness, rehabilitation and high performance training. Includes CV equipment and a range of free weights and lifting platforms. Air-conditioned and with satellite television ■■ Physiotherapy clinic linked to the new training facilities, providing a seamless pathway from acute injury to full fitness

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Three multi purpose sports halls for many activities from badminton to volleyball Multi-route climbing wall Fitness and dance class studios that can be split into two for smaller, more intimate classes with enhanced lighting and sound Squash courts An indoor and outdoor tennis and netball centre – three indoor courts and three outdoor courts Floodlit 3G football pitch Floodlit multi use astro turf pitch Grass pitches for sports including rugby, football and cricket Two bay outdoor cricket nets for batting and bowling Sports pavilion with changing rooms and social space Two café areas for refreshments and snacks, with vending machines and wifi access

Kent Sport is an amazing resource for those looking to get fit. the gym, the classes, the nutrition advice and personalized programmes are great. Staff are really friendly and easy to talk to and help with any issues. i have recommended Kent Sport to all my friends. if i didn’t have to leave the University of Kent in September i would have signed up for another year of membership as it is such great value for money. Jen bampton, student, University of Kent


fitneSS and dance claSSeS Kent Sport membership includes fitness and dance classes in the purpose built new studios. Group exercise is a fun way to keep healthy and stay motivated. Classes include Spinning, Zumba®, international programmes from LES MILLS™ as well as an extensive selection of other fitness and wellbeing classes such as Pilates, Yoga, Boxercise, Circuit Training and Aerobics (classes are subject to change).

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body weight and free weights. A great class to work all areas. Strength/combat – resistance training in a studio environment which could involve weights, bars and boxing moves.

the classes are amazing. lots of variation. very enjoyable. Jessica Ward

Booking your classes Simply visit the Sports Centre or Pavilion reception where Gold and Silver members can book up to seven days in advance. Bronze members can book up to three days in advance. Please retain your receipt as you will need it to access the class.

Pick up a timetable for the current class schedule from Kent Sport reception or visit www.kent.ac.uk/sports. There are several types of exercise class, each with specific benefits: ■■ Cardio – helping you to burn calories and improve muscular tone and boost cardiovascular fitness. ■■ Mind and body – improves posture and tone, increasing flexibility and strength while revitalising the body and mind. ■■ Dance – energetic, calorie-burning classes, designed to increase rhythmic and coordination skills, using energizing movements. ■■ Core – these classes work all areas of your core front and back, with balance and strength moves combined for an intense workout. ■■ Cross Training – working different parts of your body using your own

Look out for the new online class booking system being introduced during 2013/14, enabling Gold and Silver members to book classes up to seven days in advance online at www.kent.ac.uk/sports or using the fast track kiosk at the Sports Centre reception.

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HealtH and fitneSS ServiceS Our fully qualified staff are able to help you improve your health, fitness and wellbeing with the following services. Consultations The team can provide a full range of health, fitness and nutritional consultations to help you improve your lifestyle whether you are a University of Kent student, staff member or live and work in the area. Our health and fitness consultation service is a great way to ensure that you achieve maximum benefit from your workout. Our qualified instructors offer an initial one to one fitness consultation to discuss your lifestyle and agree a way forward to achieve your goals. The service includes a variety of inductions, assessments and programmes tailored to suit your needs. Ask at reception to book your consultation.

Physiotherapy Clinic Our experienced and fully qualified physiotherapy staff will assist with recovery or rehabilitation and treating and preventing pain and injury. Regardless of whether you exercise and play sport to keep fit, or compete from club to international level, the physiotherapy clinic may be able to assist you. Enquire at reception.

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Coaching and Courses For those wanting to try a new activity, Kent Sport’s sports development programme offers coaching in a variety of sports and courses for those wishing to become a referee or sports coach. Sports include: ■■ Badminton ■■ Football ■■ Golf ■■ Netball ■■ Squash ■■ Tennis

For full details of the sports development programme visit www.kent.ac.uk/sports or contact the sports development team by emailing sportsdevelopment@kent.ac.uk


eventS for yoUr diary

Xercise Factor (spring term) A six-week fitness and exercise programme to change participants health and lifestyle habits. Any Kent Sport member can apply to participate in the Xercise Factor and participants are selected by the fitness team. Each participant is mentored by a member of the fitness team. Following an initial assessment they are then supported through a strict regime in order to achieve their goals.

Fit for the Beach (summer term) Fit for the Beach challenges Kent Sport members to complete a gruelling sixweek tailored beach body programme in the new fitness suite, with one-toone guidance and support. This is an annual summer term promotion and is open to all Kent Sport members.

Wellness Look out for upcoming wellness events and activities to learn about improving your general health and wellbeing.

SummerZone (summer vacation) SummerZone is the University of Kent’s week-long summer sports camp for 5 – 12 year olds, run by double Olympian Mel Clewlow. The children participate in sports, fun and learning. The camp is packed with football, kwik cricket, rugby, hockey, tennis and other activities and is led by qualified coaches. SummerZone 2014 is from Monday 11 – Friday 15 August

and Monday 18 – Friday 22 August, from 9am to 3pm. Email enquiries to sportsdevelopment@kent.ac.uk.

For further details of these events, follow Kent Sport on Facebook, check the website www.kent.ac.uk/sports or call 01227 823623

i can’t believe how quickly these six weeks have gone! i’ve changed so much but most of all my attitude towards exercise has changed. it’s no longer a chore to be avoided and instead it’s become part of my daily routine. although it’s been hard work at times it’s all been worth it and i feel much fitter and healthier already. charlotte adams, Xercise factor participant


freqUently aSKed qUeStionS What student sports club are available?

determine an exercise path. For prices see www.kent.ac.uk/sports or ask at the Kent Sport reception.

What happens if I forget my membership identification card?

Have you got a swimming pool? No, but there are pools within a 10 minute walk of the University. Kent Sport intends to develop a swimming pool in the future.

Do you have personal trainers in the gym?

Student clubs are run by Team Kent, part of Kent Union. A list of clubs is available online at www.kent.ac.uk/sports.

You will be refused entry if you do not have your membership identification card with you. We have a strict no card no entry policy.

What is the difference between Gold and Silver membership?

Who can apply for a sports scholarship?

Gold membership offers access to the fitness suite throughout our opening hours. Silver membership offers access to the fitness suite weekdays between 7 – 9am and 2 – 4pm, 9 – 11am Saturdays and 10am – 12pm and Sundays.

Sports scholarships of between £300 – £5,000 are available to elite sportsmen and women from any sport who compete (at least) at county level or equivalent. Students must commit to representing the University of Kent in BUCS competitions and preferably play for teams based on the Canterbury campus.

Do I need an orientation before I can use the facilities?

Do I need to activate my membership identification card before I can use the facilities?

Classes do not have to be booked in advance but it is advisable as space is limited and they often fill up quickly.

Can I book a Fitness Consultation? Yes, we offer fitness and nutrition advice and guidance. Members can book an initial fitness consultation at reception. Consultations are with a member of the fitness team to

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Our fully qualified fitness staff are on hand to offer advice, programs and consultations to meet your requirements.

You will need to attend a Kent Sport orientation, which incorporates your fitness suite induction, before using the facilities and these are bookable at reception.

Do I need to book into the studio classes?


How far in advance can I book courts, classes and other facilities? Gold and Silver members can book up to seven days in advance. Bronze members can book three days in advance. Book at reception or look out for the new online class booking system being introduced during 2013/14 for Gold and Silver members at www.kent.ac.uk/sports.

Do I need to book a court or pitch? Synthetic pitches and playing fields and other activities can be booked via reception in person, or by calling 01227 823623.

If I am a member of a student club do I have to join Kent Sport as well? Yes, use of Kent Sport facilities requires Kent Sport membership.

Are rackets, balls and other sports equipment available for hire? Kent Sport membership includes use of rackets, basketballs, netballs and footballs without additional charge. Items such as shuttlecocks, table tennis, squash and tennis balls can be purchased at reception.

What should I do if I cannot attend a class that I have booked? If you are unable to attend a class you must cancel your booking by calling 01227 823623 no later than 30 minutes prior to the class start time. Voicemails may be left if the phone is busy. Your membership account will be limited until outstanding fines for each ‘no show’ are paid if this procedure is not followed.

What parking is available at Kent Sport? There is parking available both at the Sports Centre and the Pavilion. Kent Sport public members can use on campus visitor parking and claim a refund from reception. Kent Sport staff members can use their usual campus parking permit.

Can I bring a guest? Gold and Silver members may bring a guest to attend an activity with them for just £6.00 – a fantastic opportunity to try the array of facilities on offer before taking a membership.

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information for UniverSity of Kent StUdentS

A–Z of Team Kent clubs American Football

Kendo

Archery

Kickboxing

Athletics & Running

Korfball

Badminton

Kung Fu

Basketball – Mens

Lacrosse – Mens

Basketball – Womens

Lacrosse – Womens

Boxing

Mountaineering

Caving

Netball

Cricket

Rowing

Canoeing

Rugby – Mens

Cycling

Rugby – Womens

Equestrian

Sailing & Windsurfing

Cheerleading

Sky Diving

Fencing

Snooker & Pool

Floorball

Snowsports

Early Bird membership offer

Football – Mens

Swimming

Students can join Kent Sport from June through to Fresher's Week for the coming academic year to benefit from an Early Bird discount.

Football – Womens

Surfing

Golf

Taekwondo

Gymnastics

Tennis

Choose your membership and join online at www.kent.ac.uk/sports Gold £195 Silver £165

Bronze £6 annual fee plus £4 per person per activity

unlimited access to all sports facilities access to all sports facilities with limited access to the fitness suite between 7am – 9am and 2pm – 4pm weekdays, Saturday 9am – 11am and Sunday 10am – 12pm some activities charged at a higher rate, see page 5

Hockey – Mens

Trampolining

Visit www.kent.ac.uk/sports for details.

Hockey – Womens

Table Tennis

Judo

Volleyball

Student sports clubs

Karate

Ultimate Frisbee

There are over 45 student sports clubs at Kent offering something for everyone from American football to Ultimate Frisbee. Whatever your sport or even if you have never played, you will have the opportunity to try sport and play socially or competitively.

The student sports clubs are run by Team Kent – part of the student union. To find out more about student sports clubs contact: union-sports@kent.ac.uk.


Kent Sport – Get involved Inter College Cup The Inter College Cup is a multi-event sports competition for students at the University of Kent, and is played between the five colleges that make up the Canterbury campus. Despite the natural competitive element that comes with any tournament, the general ethos is one of involvement and participation, with every team welcoming players of all abilities. The sports are:

competition on campus and consists of two teams from Darwin, Eliot, Keynes and Rutherford and a postgraduate team from Virginia Woolf. Park Wood residents will be allocated a specific college and all other players must represent their affiliate college.

Netball Inter College Netball involves participants competing in a shorter length version of the game.

Men’s Basketball Now entering a sixth season since its inception in the 2008/09 academic year, the Inter College Basketball League has become a regular addition on the intra mural calendar.

Men’s Football The Inter College Football League is the oldest running intra mural

Fixtures are played on alternate Sundays between 1pm and 5pm in the Main Hall at the Sports Centre.

Badminton Played in a singles and mixed doubles format. Tennis Played in a singles and mixed doubles format. If you are interested in adding any additional sports to the Inter College Cup calendar, please contact Sports Development: sportsdevelopment@kent.ac.uk.

For further details please visit our website or contact a member of the sports development team: sportsdevelopment@kent.ac.uk

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Other Intra Mural Events Racket Leagues and Ladders Players of all standards have the opportunity to play other participants at their own convenience. Racket leagues and ladders are available in badminton, squash and tennis. Free to Gold and Silver members or Bronze pay per activity rates apply. Mixed Dodgeball League Mixed Dodgeball has a maximum number of six players per team on court at any one time. The main objective of each team is to eliminate all members of the opposing team. Mixed Rounders Played once a year in the summer term this school favourite, involves mixed

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sex teams and is open to all students at the University of Kent.

between the Kent FC 1st XI and selected inter college footballers.

SoccerZone SoccerZone is the campus based five-a-side football competition. Five leagues are run every Friday between 12 – 5pm at our outdoor facilities.

To stay up to date with Kent Sport news, activities and special offers, why not sign up for the Kent Sport enewsletter – just email sportsenquiries@kent.ac.uk requesting to be added to the distribution list. You can also Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (UniKentSports).

Kent Amateur Football League The KAFL was set up by students with a focus on inclusion and increased participation in 11-a-side football on campus. League matches are played every Saturday and/or Sunday. Mike Wilkins Charity Tournament This charity driven event takes place once a year in the summer term and involves an exhibition football match

Full details are available online at www.kent.ac.uk/sports or contact the sports development team by emailing sportsdevelopment@kent.ac.uk


University Sports Scholarships The University of Kent is committed to delivering sporting excellence and is proud to offer scholarships to students with outstanding sporting ability. Kent Sport will work with those awarded a scholarship on a programme of general fitness training in association with their formal training and development. University general sports scholarships The University has a fund which supports numerous awards between £300 and £5,000. You must demonstrate a high level of performance in, and a commitment to, your sport. You must have played at county level or equivalent and be aspiring to national level. Scholarships are normally only allocated to students competing in major national sports which are well represented at the University in the BUCS leagues. The J&K Huntley Scholarship (Cricket) This scholarship is worth £2,500 per year and is offered in partnership with Kent County Cricket Club. Applicants must be free and willing to register and play for Kent CCC. If and when called upon to play for a county side, appearances will be rewarded by the payment of match money. Rugby scholarships In partnership with Canterbury Rugby Club, the University offers a scholarship for one of the 1st team players of up to £2,000 per year. The criteria are for the recipient to be a

1st team player at Canterbury Rugby Club and play for the University in the BUCS tournament. The selection for the scholarship is made by Canterbury Rugby Club. Hockey scholarships The University offers hockey scholarships of up to £2,000 in partnership with Canterbury Ladies’ Hockey Club, Canterbury Men’s Hockey Club, Holcombe Hockey Club, Old Bordenians Hockey Club and Maidstone Hockey Club. You must be able to represent both the University and one of the clubs’ 1st teams.

Susannah Townsend, England and Great Britain international hockey player and former University of Kent student and Kent Sport scholar

The David James Boxing Scholarship This scholarship is awarded in memory of former Director of Sport and national boxing coach, the late David James. It is designed to support selected boxers to ensure they achieve their potential. In partnership with John Horton, the University offers a scholarship of £250-£2,250 per year.

Further information and applications www.kent.ac.uk/sports/scholarships


information for UniverSity of Kent Staff Choose your membership and join by visiting the Sports Centre or Pavilion receptions. Gold £258

unlimited access to all sports facilities

Silver £219

access to all sports facilities with limited access to the fitness suite between 7am – 9am and 2pm – 4pm weekdays, Saturday 9am – 11am and Sunday 10am – 12pm

Bronze £6 annual fee plus £5 per person per activity

some activities charged at a higher rate, see page 5

With the Kent Sport facilities at the heart of the Canterbury campus they are immediately accessible with maximum convenience. The programmes and facilities are available throughout most of the year and staff can benefit from enjoying the fitness and sport activities out of term time as well as during term time.

Vice Chancellor’s Cup The VC’s cup is an inter-departmental staff competition for all abilities, which runs throughout the year. A variety of sports and challenges take place predominantly during vacation times including: dodgeball, school sports

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day, rounders, bat and trap, racket sports and a pub quiz. The Cup enables staff to meet other members of staff who they may not otherwise deal with, in a relaxed environment.

Staff Introductory Sports Card and 10% Discount on Annual Membership The University of Kent staff introductory sports card is given to new members of staff at the Staff Induction Fair run by HR. It allows new members of staff the opportunity to try out the sports facilities at the Canterbury campus five times absolutely free. New staff wishing to join can benefit from a 10% discount. Plus you can also get a free drink with the card at the Sports Café! See www.kent.ac.uk/sports for terms and conditions.

To stay up to date with Kent Sport news, activities and special offers, why not sign up for the Kent Sport enewsletter – just email sportsenquiries@kent.ac.uk requesting to be added to the distribution list. You can also Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (UniKentSports).

i am so impressed with the range of new facilities and classes at Kent Sport, we are so lucky to be able to take advantage of these as staff members. the sports staff are always very friendly and helpful. alison chapman, administrator, faculties Support office, University of Kent


information for UniverSity of Kent alUmni Choose your membership and join by visiting the Sports Centre or Pavilion receptions. Gold £320

unlimited access to all sports facilities

Silver £293

access to all sports facilities with limited access to the fitness suite between 7am – 9am and 2pm – 4pm weekdays, Saturday 9am – 11am and Sunday 10am – 12pm

Bronze £6 annual fee plus £6 per person per activity

some activities charged at a higher rate, see page 5

University of Kent alumni have the opportunity to continue their connection with the Canterbury campus and enjoyment of the wide range of sports and fitness activities that Kent Sport has to offer. Even if not local to the area, alumni can still join in with particular sporting events such as the Mike Wilkins Charity Trophy.

Kent Sport Annual ‘Old Boy’s/ Girl’s’ Weekend Previously played between current and alumni inter college football teams in a five aside format. Students have returned from as far as Dubai to play in the tournament.

This year the sports development team will introduce new sports to the Old Boy/Girl’s weekend. Email sportsdevelopment@kent.ac.uk for details. Alumni can stay in touch by signing up for the Kent Sport enewsletter – just email sportsenquiries@kent.ac.uk to

be added to the distribution list. If you would like to share your memories of sport at the University of Kent please do send them in and we may be able to include them in the enewsletter or the next On The Move magazine, which is available at www.kent.ac.uk/sports. You can also Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (UniKentSports).


information for memberS of tHe commUnity Choose your membership and join by visiting the Sports Centre or Pavilion receptions. Gold adult £419 junior £279

unlimited access to all sports facilities

Silver adult £392 junior £250

access to all sports facilities with limited access to the fitness suite between 7am – 9am and 2pm – 4pm weekdays, Saturday 9am – 11am and Sunday 10am – 12pm

Bronze £6 annual fee plus £6 per adult and £5 per junior per activity

some activities charged at a higher rate, see page 5

Corporate rates are also available, please email memberships@kent.ac.uk for details.

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We are pleased to welcome the community to join Kent Sport and use the facilities and services. Kent Sport is a purpose built facility conveniently located at the heart of the University of Kent Canterbury campus, situated just minutes from the city centre and enroute to Whitstable. Kent Sport offers facilities and services that are among the best in the region. In addition to providing a large, modern gym, membership includes access to comprehensive sports and fitness activities. The campus offers a relaxed and pleasant environment and the sport and fitness facilities provide a vibrant and energetic setting. The facilities are open to the community throughout most of the year and are not just limited to term time.

Active Retirement Group Are you retired and looking for a fun social group to keep fit with? Why not come along to one of our weekly

Active Badminton, Active Table tennis or Active Tennis groups. There’s no commitment to play each week and the sessions are open to all standards. See www.kent.ac.uk/sports for details. Kent Sport public membership offers excellent value for money and could really be an asset for your lifestyle. To stay up to date with Kent Sport news, activities and special offers, why not sign up for the Kent Sport enewsletter – just email sportsenquiries@kent.ac.uk requesting to be added to the distribution list. You can also Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (UniKentSports).


openinG HoUrS Sports Centre Term

Vacation

Monday – Friday

09:00 – 22:30

09:00 – 21:30

Saturday

09:00 – 17:30

09:00 – 17:30

Sunday

10:00 – 17:30

10:00 – 17:30

Term

Vacation

Monday – Friday

07:00 – 22:00

07:00 – 21:15

Saturday

09:00 – 17:15

09:00 – 17:15

Sunday

10:00 – 17:15

10:00 – 17:15

Fitness Suite

20 minutes showering time allowed at closing time. The Sports Centre is closed during public holidays. The main halls are closed for sport during exams.

Pavilion outdoor all-weather facilities and indoor tennis centre

Open from 14 October 2013 A great place to chill out. Good food, great atmosphere, viewing balconies, free wifi and Sky tv. See website for menu and offers. Available for groups to hire.

Term

Vacation

Monday

09:00 – 22:30

09:00 – 21:00

Tuesday – Wednesday

09:00 – 22.30

09:00 – 22:30

The Pavilion Café

Thursday – Friday

09:00 – 22:30

09:00 – 21:00

Café counter service hours (term time)

Saturday

09:00 – 21:30

09:00 – 17:30

Monday

closed

Sunday

09:00 – 22:00

10:00 – 22:00

Tuesday

17:00 – 21:00

Wednesday

12:00 – 21:00

Thursday

17:00 – 22:00

Friday

12:00 – 21:00

Saturday

closed

Sunday

09:30 – 13:00

The Pavilion includes the outdoor all weather facilities, the indoor tennis/netball centre and changing rooms. The Pavilion social area on the first floor has vending machines, wifi access, TV and fantastic views over the facilities.

Sports Café (term time only) Monday – Friday

09:30 – 17:00

Saturday

closed

Sunday

closed

Café counter service hours (vacation) – see website Vending machine and social area available when café is closed (unless occupied by a group booking).

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