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Get your workforce healthy and active

Membership for your employees

Enhance your employee benefits at no cost to you

As an exclusive membership organisation, CSSC provides public sector workers and their families with discounted days out, shopping, dining, sports, gyms and many other leisure experiences.

How can we help deliver your wellbeing strategy?

Maximise potential

We’re experts in helping our members enjoy their free time. Having fun outside work often reflects positively in work too. Productivity goes up, morale improves, reducing stress and sickness across the whole team.

Attract talent

By boosting your current employee benefits with our tailored offering, you’ll attract and retain the best employees, who are looking for a healthy work/life balance, with a comprehensive package, at zero cost to you.

Nurture joy

Everything we do improves our members’ health and happiness. From gym membership and sports clubs to days out and new experiences. Like you, we care about our members’ wellbeing, from head to toe.

We’re incredibly easy to sign up to and use

We don't require any long-term contracts

We champion volunteering and communities

We’re a not-for-profit organisation

We can provide tailor-made packages to suit you

Discover our employee benefits

From English Heritage to Kew Gardens. Explore the UK like never before.

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Enjoy our wide range of activities to help you lead a healthy, active lifestyle.

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Helping you to save on your food shop, energy bills, insurance and loads more.

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Get in touch

Contact us now if you would like to know more about CSSC for your employees or our Corporate membership.

Become a Member

Join today and become the latest member of the CSSC community!

Helping individuals and families get more out of life since 1921