Swimming’s a great way to have fun and get healthy, whatever your age or level of ability. If you’re honing your swimming technique, or introducing your little one to the pool or participating in one of our swimming lessons and courses you’re in great hands.We also work closely with the Amateur Swimming Association to provide lessons for both adults and children, from three months and upwards. 


What’s more, our comprehensive timetable for public swim and targeted sessions will keep you informed of all that's available at Wimbledon Leisure Centre and Spa.  


At Better, we believe that swimming should be fun and exciting for all the family. That’s why you’ll find a wide range of fun swim sessions at Wimbledon Leisure Centre and Spa.

From Under-5s and family sessions to swimming lessons for adult & toddlers and children, there’s something to make swimming fun for kids of all ages – and mum and dad too.

With lots of holiday activities, a pool inflatable, special offers, off-peak and concessionary prices, there’s never been a better time to head to Wimbledon Leisure Centre and Spa to take a dip. 




If you’re looking for a low-impact way to get fit and healthy, swimming could be the perfect choice. Whatever your fitness levels, age or ability, you’re sure to find a session for you at Wimbledon Leisure Centre and Spa.

Our Swim for Fitness sessions take place in slow, medium and fast lanes, so you can take things at your own pace. If you’re looking for tips or extra motivation, our qualified instructors are on hand to discuss your training and technique.


Help Us Keep Your Pool Clean

  • Shower thoroughly from ‘top to toe’ with soap before entering the pool to remove deodorant, cosmetics and perspiration
  • Use the toilet facilities before your swim and remember to wash your hands thoroughly with soap
  • Babies should wear tight-fitting waterproof baby trunks whilst swimming rather than nappies
  • Please dispose of nappies, trunks and sanitary products in the bins provided
  • Do not swim if you have consumed a meal within the last two hours
  • Never swim if you have consumed alcohol or are under the influence of drugs
  • Do not swim if you are currently suffering from a cold or flu
  • Do not swim if you have suffered from food poisoning or diarrhoea within the last 14 days