FREE member parking

Posted on | Author: Mark Bone | Category: Phoenix News

Both car parks are strictly for gym usage only. Any members using these spaces for reasons other than this may have these membership and parking privileges revoked


Car Park 1: Is down the end of St Martin’s Lane, just off Oak st. This is the first left after you turn into Oak St. Just look out for the Phoenix Private Parking Signs. (Please do not park in the site management space)

Car Park 2: Is around the back of the gym within the St Mary’s Works car park. You can park in any of the spaces in the centre of the car park or against the metal railing that backs onto Car Park 1. (the back right of the car park as you drive in)

Parking is free on Oak Street directly outside the gym before 8am and after 18:00 Mon-Sat & free Sundays.

Provide your Car Registration

To avoid parking tickets or notices, please ensure you have provided us with your car registration and keep us up to date if you change your vehicle.

Just provide this at reception on your first visit.

Extra FREE Parking

Monday-Friday Evenings (after 17:30) & weekends: You can also park in the “visitor” spaces in the middle of the St Mary’s car park or along the back railings. Do not park around the outside edges in front of the offices or businesses as these are permit holders only.

Parking is free on the street before 8am and after 18:00 Mon-Sat & free Sundays.


  • Please give your Car Registration Plate Number to reception to avoid getting any parking tickets.
  • Parking is strictly limited to gym use only and NOT trips into the city! 
  • Maximum 2.5 hours parking limit to workout. 



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About the author

Mark Bone is the Managing Director of Phoenix Gym Norwich and has been helping people transform their bodies since 1998. Mark has an extensive background and experience in many aspects of physical training, motivation and nutritional advice, especially in weight loss, corrective exercise, strength and conditioning for Boxing and injury rehabilitation.

Mark has trained professional athletes, written articles for magazines, assisted Channel 4 for a short weight loss series, done interviews for Norwich Radio and taught weight loss programmes. Mark now uses his skills and experience to train Personal Trainers within Phoenix Gym to ensure clients and members get the best results and most enjoyable experience possible.