Leisure centre closures

Following government advice concerning COVID-19, Crystal, Dudley, Halesowen, Coseley leisure centres and The Dell Stadium will be closed from Saturday 21 March 2020 until further notice.

FAQs are now available

Coronavirus

For the latest news, information and details of disruption to council services for Dudley Borough, please see our Coronavirus Advice page.

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Leisure Centres

We have four leisure centres and an outdoor sports venue comprising of swimming pools, sports halls, lifestyle gyms, squash courts, soft play area, 3G football pitch and a running track. The centres cater for sports, fitness and recreation activities as well as a range of courses such as swimming lessons. We can also accommodate meetings, birthday parties, private functions and much more.

Coronavirus FAQs

Frequently asked questions

Keeping fit and well whilst maintaining a safe distance from others

Government and NHS guidance

Online Leisure Bookings

Booking is easy using our online leisure bookings portal.  Sign in with your membership number to book classes, facilities and more!

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Options+ Leisure Discount Scheme

The Options+ Leisure Discount Scheme offers significant savings to residents and non residents on leisure activities across Dudley.

Free Swimming

Swimming is a great way to get children active, keep them healthy and have fun. Free Swimming for children aged 16 and under who live in the Dudley borough is available during Dudley borough school holidays. To register go to www.freeswimindudley.co.uk.

 

 

Splashing new designs for Dudley Leisure Centre

The latest design visuals for a brand new Dudley Leisure Centre, set to open in 2021 have been revealed.

We will endeavour to keep customers up to date as soon as information is available to us.

Keeping fit and well whilst maintaining a safe distance from others

Current government guidance suggests we should all reduce close interactions with others. However, it’s important we don’t let this affect our physical health and mental wellbeing. Exercising at home is a good way of maintaining our strength, balance and fitness as well as keeping our mood positive. Even if we are isolating it’s important we don’t sit still for long periods, we eat healthily and drink plenty of water.
To help us maintain our fitness the NHS website has some great resources. NHS Fitness Studio has lots of free exercise programmes for all abilities. You can take advantage of the videos, podcasts and written guides. Check their guidance to see if the exercises are appropriate for you.
Couch to 5K is a great way for us to either start running or continue our routine which might have included using the treadmill at the gym. For most of us it’s still fine to use the outdoors however, it’s important we stay more than 2 metres away from others (that’s about 4 or 5 steps).
Remember we need to wash our hands before and after activity. For more advice including handwashing and respiratory hygiene visit the government’s guidance.

  • Lifestyles Gym
  • Dell Stadium
  • Crystal Leisure Centre Pool
  • Gym class
  • Dell stadium, new pitch