Training fees – guidelines & membership
Our aim is to keep fees as affordable as possible, while ensuring that Honiton Gymnastics Club can continue to run effectively and progressively as a not-for-profit organisation (Community Interest Company).
Monthly/termly costs (payment through LoveAdmin.com)
Competition Groups pay monthly in advance. Full information and costs
Recreational Groups pay monthly in advance. Full information and costs
Before 1 October each year, all gymnasts are required to pay:
British Gymnastics membership/insurance
- £43 for competitive gymnasts
- £19 for recreational gymnasts
- £13 for pre-school children
Honiton Gymnastics Club intends to request these payments a few weeks before 1 October so that gymnasts’ memberships are in place in good time.
Registering for BG Membership
British Gymnastics Membership fees must be paid to Honiton Gymnastics club when requested as soon as gymnasts join a recreational or competition group (this does not apply to Pay-as-you-go gymnasts).
Data protection legislation means that all gymnasts (if 16-years-old or over) or their parents (if under 16-years-of-age) must now visit the BG online registration portal to register their child’s details and complete registration. Only when this is done will gymnasts be insured to do gymnastics/be members of BG. The BG registration process can be carried out by clicking here: British Gymnastics Membership Portal.
More information on BG membership is available here.
Honiton Gymnastics Club membership
- £12 for competitive gymnasts
- £6 for recreational gymnasts
Gymnasts will only be permitted to train if they have the above memberships in place. This does not apply to gymnasts attending pay-as-you-go sessions as we have ‘block registration’ insurance in place for these sessions (included in the cost of classes).
NB: Gymnasts who join part way through the year are not eligible for a discount on the above costs, but are still required to purchase membership.
Full-month payments only
All sessions will run as normal, regardless of whether every gymnast for that session is in attendance.
Payment is for 48 weeks only
Fees have been worked out on an hourly rate, with gymnasts paying for 48 weeks training per year (rather than 12 full months/52 weeks). Example: A Rec 8+ gymnast who trains 1 hour per week is charged an hourly rate of £4.50. The four-week cost for this, paid monthly, is £18. The gymnast therefore only pays for 48 weeks training per year (12 x £18), rather than 52 weeks.
Four weeks off taken into account
The above principle takes into consideration compulsory closures (such as for Christmas and competitions) plus an allowance for two weeks’ additional holidays/absence per year.