Taking exercise, or doing some form of physical activity, can be an enjoyable way to spend your leisure time, as well as being of great benefit to your health.
1Leisure is the IOW Council’s leisure provider with three centres across the Island providing facilities and activities for all levels of physical activity.
Our Leisure Centres:
- The Heights – A bright and airy multipurpose centre
- Medina – Excellent multipurpose sports and leisure centre
- Westridge – Squash and Tone Zone on the outskirts of Ryde
Whether you are looking to use our Tone Zone gyms, swimming pool, squash or badminton courts, everything you need to know about how we’re keeping you safe is detailed below.
- All customers sanitise hands on entry to the building.
- We encourage customers to wear face masks when circulating public areas but it is not mandatory.
At this time, the following facilities are unavailable:
You must not visit any Leisure Centre if you have symptoms of Coronavirus. Symptoms can include:
Please watch the video below:
West Wight Sports and Community Centre. Health and Fitness at the heart of the Community:
The West Wight Sports and Community Centre Trust is a registered charity (reg number 273334) providing activities which support our community’s physical and mental health and well-being. Based in Moa place, Freshwater, on the Isle of Wight, the sports and community centre has swimming pools, sports hall, gym, cafe, meeting rooms, community centre, exercise classes, community kitchen, hair salon, hydrotherapy, physiotherapy, chiropractic clinic and lots more. The Centre is a hub for the West Wight community providing a diverse range of services including supporting the vulnerable and isolated, providing youth services aa well as all the traditional activities associated with a sports and community centre. The History of the West Wight Sports and Community Centre is a story of real community spirit, triumph over adversity and sheer determination. It is the efforts of those people that have left the legacy of the sports centre which has become an integral part of the West Wight way of life and will do for generations to come. Visit The History of the West Wight Sports and Community Centre website to read the full story.
Other Helpful Links:
You may like to contact the Sports Development Unit’s Isle Be Active programme to find out more about new activities that are starting up or to propose activities that you feel may be missing.