It’s all tech-go at Bluecoat Sports this month!

News & Events

Today we have formally launched the new version of our website. Our designers, Britweb, have been hard at work for many weeks in preparation for today’s launch but the day has finally come!

A couple of our goals with the new website were to make it easier to navigate for users, and easier for us to manage and update behind the scenes. Most of all, we wanted to help our customers get to know us better. If you take a look around the site I think you’ll get a pretty good idea of who we are and what we do as a company.

We hope you like the fresh new look to the website and the improved navigation that will allow you to find the information you need more quickly and easily. Here are 3 big reasons why we think you’ll love it!

Online and Mobile Bookings

We have many activities that Members and Non Members can book online, from Classes and courses, to Squash and junior activities. Whilst this has been in place for a while, it hasn’t been too easy to do whilst on the go! We now have a mobile version of our online bookings page which makes booking and paying quick and easy!

Bluecoat Sports Video

For those members that have been around the club recently you may have seen the film crew from Impact in taking some sneaky shots of the club. Our video is now complete and situated on our home page. For those of you that haven’t visited Bluecoat Sports – take a look to find out what we have to offer and get a feel for what goes on here!

New Online Timetables

Being situated at the glorious Christ’s Hospital School does have a couple of downfalls, one of which is that our timetable must change on a regular basis. Whilst we always try our hardest not to interrupt our Member’s routines, communicating changes to the timetable can sometimes be challenging. To combat this, we have re-vamped our timetable with a vivid new look and will be uploading our Half Term, Summer and Easter timetable to the website as well. This will allow us to ensure that our members are viewing an up to date version of the programme and of course save the trees on printing!

 

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