Sport

The main centres of community sports in the parish are:

Bosworth Academy

Out of hours Learning

Students at the Academy benefit because the school has a long history in providing a range of sport, health and fitness and extra curricular classes to local community users as well as students. This has led to a mix of activities being enjoyed by members of the wider community and so enriches the learning environment. We believe that ‘learning’ is a life long activity.

There is an on site nursery run by the Academy and a Children’s Centre has been based on the Academy site since 2008.

Our Out of Hours Sports Programme continues to provide opportunities to be physically active. We work in partnership with a range of sports clubs and teams and fitness organisations to offer provision for local users.

Health and Fitness Activities

The Academy offers a programme of health and fitness activities that focus on participation and enjoyment for adults and children of all ages, including holiday clubs, as well as having a large 25m x 10m swimming pool which is used for:

  • Public Swimming
  • Children’s Swimming Lessons
  • Adult Swimming Lessons
  • Aqua Aerobics
  • Kayaking
  • Autistic Sessions
  • Swimming Pool Hire

Other facilities including:

  • Sports Dome: 42m x 30m of artificial turf, ideal for parties
  • Rugby & Football Pitches (Senior and Junior)
  • Drama Studio with tiered seating
  • Hall and Stage
  • Sports Hall: Cricket Nets, Badminton & Basketball Courts
  • Mirrored Dance Studio & Gym
  • Function & Meeting Rooms: Catering Facilities Available

Contact BA Services for further information on activities and classes at Bosworth and to enrol on: 01455 822841 Ext 207 or by e-mail at BAservices@bosworthacademy.org.uk

 

Sport In Desford

Sport in Desford (SiD) was set up as an independent organisation by Desford Parish Council (DPC) in 1988 and it became a Registered Charity (No.: 1100319) in 2003. DPC acquired the 5 acre plot on Peckleton Lane from Caterpillar UK in 1988 and SiD has developed what was a derelict site ever since, including the building of the double storey clubhouse, the new Scout Hall (funded by DPC) and the extra tennis court.

SiD now provides for the following principle sports, mainly focused on Peckleton Lane, but with some on Kirkby Road Recreation Ground:

We also run weekly classes in:

SiD also opens up a variety of facilities for monthly groups including:

The SiD gym is also a leading provider for GP Referral and Heart Smart patients in the Borough

For further details, please access the website on www.sportindesford.org

or contact:

Jenny Watson, Clubhouse Manager on 07760 111 869 or on clubhousemanager@sportindesford.org

Jim Houghton, Development Officer on 07967 353 790 or on jimhoughton2@gmail.com

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