Click here to vote for Clare in the Sunday Times Vitality Grassroots Sportswoman of the Year award!
Following our recent Macmillan fundraiser, we are planning to hold regular coffee mornings to support different causes. Huntingdon's Disease Association is our next charity, which will benefit from a coffee morning on Friday, 15 November, from 10am to 12 noon....
Clare Griffin, manager of West Wight Sports and Community Centre, is a finalist for Sunday Times Vitality Grassroots Sportswoman of the Year 2019. The winner is decided by public vote before November 18 and the centre is seeking support far and wide. Voting takes...
We have launched our new "Lifting Workshops" - speciality small group training workshops, which provide you with the tools and confidence to weight train. Strength training is a great way to get fit, lean and lose weight. Our "Lifting Workshops" will educate you in...
Isle of Wight Ladies' Football captain, Shannon Kilcullen, is coaching our new girls' football sessions, for 8 to 11's. Next session: Monday 4th November 18.00-19.00 £4.00 per session. Book at reception, or call 752168 Please bring a water bottle, and wear trainers...
Can you help us raise money for two charities by climbing the height of Mount Everest in 10 hours. Be part of our Sponsored Climb at West Wight Climbing Wall, raising money for Wight Climbing and Uzima in our Hands. Over 10 hours we are aiming to climb the distance...
The amazing organisation that is West Wight Sports and Community Centre has led to Clare Griffin, our manager, being shortlisted for Sunday Times Grassroots Sportswoman of the Year. Please go to the awards website,...
FIND YOUR ZOONIVERSE!
EXCITING CITIZEN SCIENCE EVENTS FOR THE HALF TERM Thursdays 24th + 31st October 2019 Times: 3pm – 5pm
Venue: Our Place Community Centre, FREE OF CHARGE
Join us at Our Place Community Centre to find your Zooniverse!
Release the Scientist in you by transforming into a Citizen Scientist… we’ll show you how!
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.