King Alfred Sports Centre
All 1610 centres are now closed.
In response to the government‘s announcement on 20 March regarding leisure centres - 1610 have made the decision to close all facilities.
Members - please do not cancel your membership or direct debit, 1610 will be freezing all memberships.
Thank you for your support during this difficult time.
Our friendly and welcoming centre offers an inclusive wellness and sports facility for the local community of Burnham, Highbridge and the surrounding areas.
Step through the doors at King Alfred Sports Centre and you can enjoy a modern facility, boasting a spacious studio and dedicated group cycle space to offer you a huge range of classes delivered by our motivating instructors, including Yoga, Dancebeat, Kettles and Clubbercise.
Our fitness studio offers you a whole range of state or the art fitness equipment, and our team of wellness coaches are always on hand to help. We develop and review your programmes regularly, so you get the most out of every visit.
For the sports lover we have a squash court and a four-court sports hall for clubs, friends or work colleagues to come and enjoy a game of football, basketball, tennis or badminton.
With great value memberships on offer and expert advice and guidance on hand by our team of Wellness Coaches, we’ll ensure you reach your goals and enjoy the journey! It’s all part of the service and price!
This centre offers:
- Fitness Studio
- Free Parking
- Dance Studio
- Sports Hall
King Alfred Sports Centre - News & Updates
Neil’s introduction to exercise has helped him lose 7kg since joining. Both he and his wife have improved their overall lifestyle and health along with Lynette trying all sorts of new exercises and cross training to help her walkingRead More
11 Oct 2020
Starting and finishing at Dorchester Sports Centre and heading out into beautiful local scenery including Maiden Castle.
25 Oct 2020
The race will start and finish at Collett Park in the centre of Shepton Mallet, leaving the park crossing Charlton Road down past the town’s famous prison and weaving through the streets before escaping onto scenic country lanes.