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Counting down to the Junior Splash and Dash

Counting down to the Junior Splash and Dash

Fun for the young - and we need adult volunteers too Our splash and dash on August 24 is a swimming race in the pool, followed by a run around Jubilee Field. All under-16s are welcome, if they can swim 25m. Distances vary according to age group and there are medals...

Have you seen our new gym?

Have you seen our new gym?

What an impact! We are getting lots of positive feedback from customers who have tried out the extended gym. It's bigger, with better machines and an improved layout. Don't miss out - ring or visit reception to book your induction.

9th Solent Swim a great success!

9th Solent Swim a great success!

58 swimmers crossed the Solent on Saturday raising much needed funds for our charity. The day was a tremendous success and enjoyed by all. We’re indebted to Freshwater Lifeboat, 7 support boats and 37 kayakers who accompanied the swimmers across and kept them safe. ...

Community Connector

Community Connector

Are you or someone you know, experiencing loneliness and want to get out in the community but lack the confidence to do so? Do you want information about what is happening in your local community, how to find appropriate support services on your doorstep or across the...

New Membership Options

New Membership Options

We’re excited to announce that we’ve reviewed our membership packages and now offer DIAMOND and DIAMOND PLUS memberships as well as an off-peak ‘Our Place’ gym membership. Find out more by viewing our membership page HERE

Isle of Wight Festival of Running 2019

Isle of Wight Festival of Running 2019

Gary Marshall, 38, of Wootton Bridge Runners, was first Island athlete home in this years gruelling Needles Half Marathon on 1 June. He lost by just 22 sec to race winner Luke Montgomery, 34, of Corby Athletics Club. The two were neck and neck throughout, with Luke...

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 numberWest Wight Sports & Community Centre 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.

West Wight Sports Centre

What Our Customers Are Saying

All staff are friendly and helpful… Facilities are great and there is something for everyone! Sophie Vincent

Fantastic access for disabled people. Really friendly helpful staff. Jane Randall

Excellent facilities & a lovely little café. The staff are so friendly. We live the other side of the Island but drive over here every time we go swimming.
Kate Perkins

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Contact Us

West Wight Sports
& Community Centre
Moa Place
Freshwater
PO40 9XH

01983 752168

info@westwight.org.uk

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