Welcome to Royal Victoria Park

BMF sessions at Royal Victoria Park have the added benefit of the surrounding historical buildings. This fairly flat park has many benches as well as a lovely little lake to run around, giving each of the 100 BMF members a session like no other! 

  • Class timetable
  • Directions and transport links
  • Class meeting point
  • Your lead instructor
  • Membership prices
  • Social community
Colin Clarke

Park Manager

Colin Clarke

Colin served 5 years in the Royal Navy, as an Able Rating 1 Warfare Specialist Sonar Submariner and served on HMS Talent, a Trafalgar Class Submarine operating highly sophisticated computerised sonar equipment. Colin joined BMF in May 2011. He is a fully qualified level 3 Personal Trainer who loves to get the best out of people.

Class Times

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
--- 19:00 --- 19:00 --- 09:30 ---
Mon ---
Tue 19:00
Wed ---
Thu 19:00
Fri ---
Sat 09:30
Sun ---

* Running Club

Meeting Point

The meeting point is on Cotswold Way just off Marlborough Lane. We meet past the monument.

Directions from Bath - Follow A4 onto Albion Terrace. Turn onto Marlborough Lane and then turn left into park entrance along Cotswold Way. Go past the monument and meeting point is at the small roundabout with the oak tree in the middle.

Postcode: BA1 2LZ

Why BMF?

  • It's Fun

    British Military Fitness (BMF) outdoor fitness classes are a proven and trusted way of getting fit, losing weight and feeling great. The average total calories burned during a session across all three groups (blue, red, and green) is 640

  • It's Effective

    A lot of people give up on fitness programmes because they become bored. That doesn’t happen at BMF. Variety and making every session different is the key to our success. Each week you’ll be put through a challenging, effective workout with team games, paired exercises, circuits, strength work and running.

  • You're Part of The Team

    You are not alone. Every week, you’ll be with your fellow BMFers. With the encouragement of your instructor you’ll be helping each other out, keeping everyone going and keeping them moving. They’ll be doing the same for you – BMF is all about getting fit together.

Latest From our Blog

Running tips for beginners

Although it’s primarily what we’re born to do, running isn’t easy so it is important to build on your distances slowly. Trying to run too far too soon can have negative effects. 3km every day can be more beneficial than running longer twice a week. Here are some tips for beginner runners: Warm up Use…

Sign up for a free class

We encourage everyone, from exercise rookies to fitness veterans, to give BMF a go. This is why your first class is free. Sign up here and turn up to a class of your choice to give it a go, you won’t regret it!

TRY A FREE CLASS

Social

Royal Victoria Park Community

Back to Top