The Health suite will be closed on Wednesday 21 January 2015 for installation of new radiators.
It's a New Year and a new image for Isle of Wight Council leisure centres. Under the 'One Leisure' umbrella, the Heights, Medina and Westridge leisure centres have a fresh new look. Plus you can now call one number (01983) 823880 to reach any of the leisure centres and keep up-to-date with The Heights and Medina on their Facebook pages.
The Heights is a fantastic multipurpose sports and leisure centre and has:
Two swimming pools.
Bright and airy 70-station Tone Zone gym with the latest hi-tech Pulse fitness equipment, to view the latest programme, please click here (PDF, 240.52KB, 2 pages).
A refurbished health suite.
Two activity studios and a studio solely for spin classes. To view the latest programme, please click here (PDF, 547.67KB, 2 pages). To view our leaflet on our facilities please click here (PDF, 293.56KB, 2 pages).
To view our pay-as-you-go prices for 2014/2015, please click here.(PDF, 392.98KB, 2 pages).
Swimming at The Heights
The two deck level swimming pools are open seven days a week.There are early morning lane swimming sessions, casual sessions during the day and evening, as well as swimming lessons and water workout classes. Times of all sessions are in the latest pool programme. To view, please click here (PDF, 241.14KB, 2 pages). Separate programmes are issued for all school holidays.
There are now three activity studios at The Heights, one solely for spin classes. We will be offering lots of new and exciting classes throughout the week. To view the latest fitness class timetable, please click here (PDF, 545.67KB, 2 pages).
We are open seven days a week. To find out about our current opening times including closures on certain days between Christmas and the New Year, get in touch by using the 'contact' tab above.
The bright and airy cafe area overlooks the pools and Tone Zone. Opening times vary, please ring to check.
The 70-station Tone Zone is open Monday to Friday 7am to 9pm, Saturday 8am to 6pm and on Sunday from 8am to 6pm.
There is a public car park on site. The first two hours are free of charge to enable Heights' customers to use the centre without being charged any additional money. You must obtain a ticket from the ticket machine even if you're parking for less than two hours or arriving before 8am. If you are spending longer than the two hours at The Heights, you can obtain a 'third hour free' ticket from staff at reception. You must display this ticket with your parking machine ticket. This additional ticket will expire one hour after the time shown on your two-hour ticket. Failure to comply could lead to a penalty charge notice.
Bus routes 2, 3 and 8 stop right outside The Heights.