• Final Message to Our Members

    It is with a heavy heart, that we have to inform our members that Evolve Health & Fitness has closed permanently. Unfortunately we have become another victim of Covid19, having received no subsidiaries or let up in our fixed costs and have gone into liquidation. Evolve Health & Fitness was a great gym because of it’s members, we hope you all enjoyed training with the team; thank you for your support over the years. Please remember if you have not already cancelled your Standing Order, you need to – we are unable to do this on your behalf. Stay safe, stay fit everyone.


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  • Message to Our Members – Covid19 Update

    MESSAGE TO OUR MEMBERS Under the current Covid19 guidelines, the government will not allow Evolve to open for at least another month. We therefore ask all members to cancel their Standing Orders. We are very appreciative to all those that have kept paying and supported us, but it is not right to continue to take your money and provide no services. So please now support us by cancelling your Standing Order and restart it with everyone else when we are all back together again. Thank you, stay safe everyone.


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  • Covid-19 Members Update

    MESSAGE TO ALL OUR MEMBERS Evolve would like to say thank you for the continuing support from our members, without whom Covid-19 could close us for good. In line with the government’s guidelines, the club will remain closed for another 3 weeks. We understand these are uncertain times for everyone and if you have to cancel your membership we do understand. Please remember, as per our membership T&Cs, you have to cancel your Standing Order we are unable to do this on your behalf. However please note that if/when you re-join, your membership will be based on the 2020 prices (available on our website). In doing this we are able to show our appreciation to those that continue to support us through these difficult times. Stay safe everyone, hope to see you all soon πŸ™‚


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  • Coronavirus Update

    The government has today, Friday 20 March, forced all gyms to close. We apologise to all our members but our hands are tied, Evolve Health & Fitness will be closed from Saturday 21 March. As soon as the government says we can open, we will be back. Please remember we are a small family gym and it has taken us 10 years to get to were we are today. Stay safe everyone.


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  • Coronavirus Update – Classes

    Earlier this week we informed all members that the gym will remain open unless forced to shut by the government. This has not changed, it’s a spacious gym πŸ˜€ However it is with regret that all adult classes will be cancelled from Thursday 19 March. This is inline with the government guidelines & the proximity of members in the studio. There will be Tiny Turtles tomorrow (Thursday 19 March) but it will be the last kids class until schools reopen. For updates on Pole Fitness please contact the Pole Fitness Academy. All classes will return as soon as the government guidelines allow. Please don’t forget the gym is open so you can still train πŸ™‚ Thank you, Evolve Team


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  • CORNAVIRUS UPDATE

    Evolve Health & Fitness would like to inform its members that the club will remain OPEN unless we are forced to close by the government. At Evolve Health & Fitness we take pride in keeping the club clean throughout the year and are committed to providing our members with a safe & hygienic space to exercise. We would appreciate if members could be extra diligent in wiping all machines after use with the antiseptic fluid provided. Also, if you feel unwell do not train & please follow the NHS guidelines. In a time of uncertainty, we would like to bring some normality to your life & help you remain healthy & fit. Let’s keep Evolve Health & Fitness the great place to train with (as always) health & safety the top priority. Thank you


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  • Christmas Opening Hours 2020

    The Evolve Team would like to wish all it’s members a very Happy Christmas πŸ™‚ We are open over Christmas, so no excuse for not working out πŸ˜‰


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  • Evolve Members & Staff Highlights: January to June 2019

    John Stocker has led the way again this year, clocking up the miles. The year started with County to Capital (43 miles), which Leanne ran with him. Then there was the Arc de Attrition (100 miles), Crawley 24 (122 miles), Highland Fling (53 miles), finishing with victory in the Monarch’s Way (615 miles). The Monarch’s Way was extra special where he knocked over 11 hours off the course record, sweet revenge for last year when he had to withdraw due to blisters which were down to the bone on his feet – ouch…… There have been several races where Evolve has had a great turn out. Charlie Noble, Karen McGill, Richard Harris and Sue Manhood all took part in the London Marathon. Even more took part in the Oxford Town & Gown, congratulations to Jen Cox, Claire & Steve Lindley, Karen & Tim McGill, Lawrence Webb and Louise Workman. There was also a good turn out at the Colour Obstacle Run, completed by Helen Barton, Sharon Betterton, Sarah Norman and Tina Servat. Karen & Tim McGill have quite a medal collection, having taken part in the Chicken Run, Gayton 10K, MK Half marathon and Winslow 10K in addition to the aforementioned races. Special Congratulations to Tim McGill for completing his first half marathon. Another member with a good medal collection is Lawrence Webb, who also ran his first half marathon at the Otmoor Challenge. He has also run the Steeple Barton 10K, Stowe 12K and Wendover Woods 10K in addition to the races above. Congratulations to Elizabeth Bell who was the 4th lady home in her first marathon at the Dinton Pastures 6 hour challenge. Then ran her first ultra at the Runstock 50K, where again she was the 4th female home. Congratulations also to Richard Harris who obtained a PB in the Edinburgh marathon, just four weeks after completing the London marathon. Other achievements include. Justine Miniken who completed the Race for Life and the London Vitality 10K both in memory of her dad. He would be so proud of you Justine. Also Sophie Barnes for completing the Blenheim 7K, believe it is the London Marathon next year Sophie….. Hayley Chambers, Gary Anderson and Edward Peacock completed the Heyford Park 10K, with an excellent run in to the finish line. Finally, Evolve Health and Fitness has also hit the headlines by appearing twice in the Oxford Mail – John Stocker for wining the Monarch’s Way and Sue Manhood for taking part in the London marathon just two months after finishing her cancer treatment. Evolve also made it onto BBC South Today, with Sue’s cancer journey. It’s definitely a great place to train.


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