Lambeth Council works in partnership with leisure operator GLL a charitable social enterprise to provide a wide range of sport and recreation facilities. This partnership is committed to delivering first class facilities that reach out to all sectors of the local community.
Brixton Recreation Centre has recently invested almost £800,000 to make the reception area, gym and changing rooms even better for your comfort and enjoyment There is something for everyone including specialist children’s zones featuring junior fitness equipment, interactive sports hall to test your speed and co-ordination, softplay, 3G football pitch, climbing wall, squash courts and a 8 badminton court sports hall.
Clapham Leisure Centre provides state-of-the-art accessible facilities offering a wide range of programmes and racket sports including junior tennis lessons in partnership with the Lawn Tennis Association, and the popular weekday evening No Strings badminton adult drop in sessions in partnership with Badminton England.
Ferndale Community Sports Centre provides high quality outdoor facilities for football, netball, basketball and tennis. The centre offers a wide range of programmes including social tennis and dance for the over 50’s, low impact classes for the community on GP referal schemes and various martial art classes for all ages and abilities.
Streatham Ice and Leisure Centre hosts an olympic sized ice skating rink with the largest ‘Learn to Skate’ programme in the UK, 100 station fully equipped state-of-the-art gym, group exercise studios, two swimming pools; a 25m 6 lane pool and a 13m teaching pool and a multi sport sports hall.
The newly opened West Norwood Health and Leisure Centre is part of intergrated centre for health and wellbeing which also incorporates Lambeth Council customer centre, GP and dental services, community health services and a community space for hire. The centre boasts a quality 100 station gym, 6 lane 25m Swimming Pool and group exercise classes.
Lambeth is committed to making healthy activity accessible to everyone and that’s why a range of free and low cost swimming initiatives are in place for our younger, older and disabled residents. We will continue to improve our leisure centres in 2015 and with so many activities to choose from, why not get down to one of our leisure centres and give something a try?