Tag: Middleton leisure centre

New gym at Middleton as Active Leeds reopens

After months of hard work and planning ensuring our buildings can open safely for customers and staff, Active Leeds are delighted to announce that John Charles Centre for Sport, Morley and Rothwell Leisure Centres are back open for gym, swim and group exercise sessions. We also have a brand new

Council-run leisure centres, museums, galleries and venues to close from tomorrow

Council run buildings including the John Charles Centre For Sport and Middleton Leisure Centre be closed from tomorrow morning (18 March 2020). A spokesperson for Leeds City Council said: “We continue to follow national guidance around managing the impact of Coronavirus in Leeds, and will therefore be closing a large

Sports centres set for investment

Leeds City Council has approved funding of £500,000 to make improvements across a number of sports centres in the city including Middleton Leisure Centre and the John Charles Centre For Sport. £30,000 has been allocated to refurbish the studio and make improvements to the changing rooms at Middleton Leisure Centre

Achieving goals on the field and off with Pathway2pro

Ex-Leeds United player Neil Ross is offering young people in South Leeds an opportunity to combine football training with educational qualifications. The Pathway2pro programme is designed for Year 11 leavers and includes full time football coaching alongside to chance to obtain a Level 3 Sports qualification as well as support

Breeze host Middleton family fun day

Want to kick start the Easter break? Breeze Friday Night Project are hosting a Family Funday at Middleton Leisure Centre on Saturday 1 April 2017, 1-4pm. There will be activities for everyone, from BMX Bikes, a football tournament, Breeze inflatables, beauty therapy, arts and crafts and soft play for tiny

South Leeds Roundup: Shelters, Shares and (All) Stars

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week down at the volunteer-run Holbeck Club, where members mucked in to demolish. the old smoking shelter ahead of a brand new installation. We’re sure the procedure was