Monthly memberships


These terms apply to all of members joining monthly Direct Debit membership packages with no minimum commitment period.

1. Membership

Your membership will start from the date specified on your membership agreement form in joining at venue or in your ‘Welcome’ email if joining online or via telephone.

Your membership will continue automatically unless you terminate your membership, in line with section 5 below.

Any person joining on our discounted rates must provide the following at point of joining:

- Corporate/Partnership rate (includes public sector keyworkers): You must provide a valid work email address to be eligible for this offer.
- Student rate: You must provide a student ID card at your first trial session. This will be checked on an annual basis to maintain this rate.
- Concessionary rate: You must provide ID with proof of date of birth (passport or driving licence) to be eligible for this offer.
- All checks will be verified by the Park Manager before any discounted rate is offered.
- Discounted offers: From time to time we may offer discounted rates on our unlimited packages only. Theses offers will be time limited to 3 months, after which point your membership will automatically switch to our unlimited package.

2. BMF venues and classes

We currently permit members to attend classes at any BMF venue. Members not attending their ‘home’ venue must register their full name and home venue with the instructor upon arrival.

We will ask you to transfer your membership to the venue you use most in any three month period. You will have to pay the prevailing membership fees at the venue to which you transfer.

3. Class timetables

We change our timetable twice a year in line with the seasonal clock changes at the end of March and the end of October. We give you at least 30 days notice of any timetable changes affecting your home venue.

We may on occasion need to make additional temporary changes over and above seasonal changes to our class timetable. If possible we will notify you of our intention to do this. If our published classes are unavailable at your home venue or a venue within 20 minutes drive time for at least 20 days out of 60 you may be entitled to an appropriate refund.

4. About your membership fees

a. Monthly membership fees

Monthly membership fees are paid in advance either by direct debit or credit card. Your initial payment will be taken from your bank account within the first 5 working days of joining and then on the same date of every month.

You must pay for your membership by making monthly payments by direct debit or credit/debit card. We will ask your bank for your initial monthly payment on the day you sign up and it may take up to 5 working days for the payment to be taken from your account. Your monthly membership fees will be due on the same day each month thereafter.

b. Missing membership fee payments

If you don’t pay your membership fee on time, we or our processing agent will e-mail to tell you. We will continue to attempt to collect your subscription by Direct Debit unless you contact our membership team and arrange alternative payment. You may be charged a one-off non-payment fee of £15 for this.

In addition, we may charge you up to £30 if we refer your arrears to a debt collection agency.

Until your fees are successfully collected and your account brought back up to date your membership will be suspended and you will be unable to attend classes.

c. Fee changes

We review our membership fees from time to time. We will give you at least one calendar month’s written notice of any such changes. If we increase your membership fees (excluding VAT) by more than the rate of inflation plus 5% in any six month period then you can cancel your membership by giving us seven days written notice.

5. Suspending, cancelling or transferring your membership

a. Suspending your membership

You can suspend your membership at any time. You can only suspend your membership for full calendar months for a period of up to six months.

Suspension may be activated from the start of your next payment date, by giving us at least seven days' written notice before the next payment date. For notices received less than seven days before your next payment date, membership will be suspended on the same date of the following month.

If you have a medical condition that prevents you from training temporarily, we may allow an extended suspension period. Medical suspension periods can be a maximum of twelve months. We will require proof of your medical condition (such as a doctor’s certificate). We will suspend your membership upon receipt of doctor's certificate or other proof. Any membership time paid but not used after this point will be credited back to you in training time upon your return.

When suspending your membership you will need to supply a re-start date; your membership fee payments will automatically re-commence on that date. You are responsible for ensuring that we have received written notice of your intention to suspend your membership and a re-start date.

b. How to cancel your membership

We calculate your membership in whole calendar months. Should you wish to cancel your membership you must give us at least seven days’ written notice before your next payment is due. Your membership will end on the day your next payment was due. For notices received less than seven days before the date your next payment is due, one final payment will be taken.

Notices received after 17.30 will be deemed to have been received on the next working day. You are responsible for ensuring that we have received your written notice.

Cancelling your direct debit does not mean that you have given us notice to end your membership.

6. Our right to cancel your membership

We may cancel your membership immediately if you:

  • Break these terms and conditions
  • Put the health, safety or wellbeing of other members or our employees at risk
  • Allow other people to use your membership to attend classes
  • Engage in disruptive or violent behaviour

7. Our responsibility to you

We are not legally responsible for any possessions you lose or that are damaged or stolen at the venue by anyone unless we have been negligent. If you have an accident or injure yourself at one of our classes you must report this to the instructor straight away.

8. Your personal information

We take our responsibility for looking after your personal information very seriously. You can find out how you can see the information we hold about you or how to ask us to change this information in our privacy policy which is on our website

You are responsible for informing us about any changes to your personal information.

9. Changes to these terms and conditions

We may change these terms and conditions. We will give you at least 30 days notice to inform you of any significant changes that may affect your membership and also publish the updated terms and conditions on our website.