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Leisure centres

How do I find my nearest leisure centre?

If you don't know which leisure centre is nearest to you, use our leisure centre finder:

Leisure centre finder

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What swimming and leisure centre facilities are available in the East Riding ?

Detailed below are the facilities that are available in all leisure centres.

For specific facilities, programmes and opening times please visit our leisure centre finder.

There are 11 facilities:

Beverley

Beverley Leisure Complex is a large facility, with outdoor playing fields and a skate park. Indoors it boasts an impressive eight lane pool, state-of-the-art gym, sports hall and meeting rooms.

Beverley Leisure Complex (external East Riding website)


Bridlington

Bridlington has two facilities. Leisure World is situated on the seafront and is currently closed for redevelopment. Bridlington Sports Hall has a sports hall, exercise studio, gym and squash courts, and a swimming pool.

Bridlington Sports Hall (external East Riding website)

Leisure World (external East Riding website) 


Driffield

Driffield Leisure Centre has two pools, a sports hall and a 50 station gym.

Driffield Leisure Centre (external East Riding website)


Pocklington

Francis Scaife Sports Centre in Pocklington has a modern gym, sports hall, swimming pool and exercise class room, suitable also for meetings.

Francis Scaife Sports Centre (external East Riding website)


Goole

Goole Leisure Centre has a swimming pool with an impressive water slide, function rooms, a sports hall and a newly refurbished gym.

Goole leisure centre (external East Riding website)


Anlaby

Haltemprice Leisure Centre is one of the larger facilities situated in Anlaby. It has two pools, a recently updated gym, two sports halls, squash courts and a lot more to come and try.

Haltemprice leisure centre (external East Riding website)


Hornsea, Withernsea, South Cave and Preston

The four other centres have a range of facilities on offer. Hornsea Leisure Centre and Withernsea Pavilion Leisure Centre are both situated in coastal towns. They offer swimming pools, sports halls and gyms.

Hornsea leisure centre (external East Riding website)

Withernsea Pavilion leisure centre (external East Riding website)

South Cave Sports Centre is a dryside facility, with a sports hall. South Holderness Sports Centre is located in the village of Preston.  It has a range of facilities including pool, gym and sports hall.

South Cave Sports Centre (external East Riding website)

South Holderness Sports Centre (external East Riding website)

Please note: space does not allow us to list all the facilities available in each leisure centre and for more information on opening times, please click on the highlighted links for individual centres.

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Which East Riding leisure centres have swimming facilities

There are eight leisure centres in the East Riding that offer swimming facilities, use the links below to view the swimming time tables and information for each individual site:

Beverley Leisure Complex swimming (external East Riding website)

Leisureworld Bridlington swimming (external East Riding website)

Driffield Leisure Centre swimming (external East Riding website)

Francis Scaife Sports Centre swimming - Pocklington (external East Riding website)

Goole Leisure Centre swimming (external East Riding website)

Haltemprice Leisure Centre swimming (external East Riding website)

Hornsea Leisure Centre swimming (external East Riding website)

Pavilion Leisure Centre swimming - withernsea (external East Riding website)

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Are leisure centres open on bank holidays?

Beverley Leisure Complex

Check Beverley Leisure Complex website for opening times to specific facilities (e.g. pool, gym)

Bridlington Leisure World

Currently closed for redevelopment. For facilities in Bridlington see Bridlington Sports Centre

Bridlington Sports Centre

Check Bridlington Sports Centre website for opening times to specific facilities (e.g. sports hall, gym)

Driffield Leisure Centre

Check Driffield Leisure Centre website for opening times to specific facilities (e.g. pool, gym)

Francis Scaife Sports Centre

Check Francis Scaife Sports Centre website for opening times to specific facilities (e.g. pool, gym)

Goole Leisure Centre

Check Goole Leisure Centre website for opening times to specific facilities (e.g. pool, gym)

Haltemprice Leisure Centre

Check Haltemprice Leisure Centre website for opening times to specific facilities (e.g. pool, gym)

Hornsea Leisure Centre

Check Hornsea Leisure Centre website for opening times to specific facilities (e.g. pool, gym)

Pavilion Leisure Centre (Withernsea)

Check Pavillion Leisure Centre website for opening times to specific facilities (e.g. pool, gym)

South Cave Sports Centre

Check South Cave SportsCentre website for opening times to specific facilities (e.g. pool, gym)

South Holderness Sports Centre

Check South Holderness Sports Centre website for opening times to specific facilities (e.g. pool, gym)

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Are there parking facilities at the leisure centres?

Each leisure centre has parking facilities. These vary from site to site as follows:

  • Bridlington Leisure World has a pay and display car park adjacent to the facility
  • Bridlington Sports Centre has a free car park
  • Driffield Leisure Centre has a free car park, with an overspill car park in the school grounds when the school is closed
  • Hornsea Leisure Centre has a pay and display car park
  • Beverley Leisure Centre has a pay and display car park
  • Haltemprice Leisure Centre has a free car park
  • Withernsea Pavilion Leisure Centre has a free car park
  • Goole Leisure Centre has a free car park
  • Francis Scaife Sports Centre in Pocklington has a free car park
  • South Holderness Sports Centre has a free car park 
  • South Cave Sports Centre has a free car park.

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What can I do at my local leisure centre?

There are a range of facilities available to use. South Cave Sports Centre and Bridlington Sports Centre are dry facilities. South Holderness Sports Centre and Driffield Leisure Centre are located next to schools who use them. It is advisable to contact them before you visit for access to their pools. The rest of the centres are multi-use facilities with both courts and pools.

For more comprehensive details please check their individual website (links above).

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Is there a charge for using the leisure facilities?

Each leisure centre website has a price list of activities. Use the leisure centre finder to search for the leisure centre you wish to visit, then click 'more information' to visit its website. Alternatively, use the direct website links at the top of this page.

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How do I become a member of the leisure centre?

For further information on joining one of our memberships, please ask at your local centre, or phone (01482) 395223 or email leisure@eastriding.gov.uk.

Similarly, if you wish to cancel a membership, you can contact us using one of the above methods.

Finding your nearest leisure centre

Phone (01482) 395223 and speak to a member of the central team who can recommend your nearest centre. Alternatively, you can use our leisure centre finder to search by postcode.

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Can I book and pay online for activities at the leisure centres?

Yes you can, however leisure activities must be booked on each individual leisure centre's website. 

Use the link to the webpage below to access all of the East Riding's Leisure Centres' websites, and then book activities via the 'Book activities online' button located in the page header.

East Riding Leisure Centres portal page (external council website)


You can also use the leisure centre finder to search for a leisure centre located where you wish to visit, then click 'more information' to visit its website.

You can then find and book classes and activities.

The direct links to our leisure centres are also published at the top of this page.

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How do I book a function room at the leisure centre?

Contact the centre directly - details are available from the leisure centre finder.

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How can I find out more about the Haltemprice centre project?

You can keep up to date about the Haltemprice centre project by visiting the Haltemprice Leisure Centre website to view the latest news.

The Haltemprice centre project - Haltemprice Leisure Centre (external East Riding website)

Sign up to receive regular emails and in return you can claim a free swim or tea/coffee and a teacake at Haltemprice Leisure Centre.

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What are the proposals for the redesign of Bridlington Leisure World?

View the proposals for Bridlington Leisure World redesign at the Leisure World website.

Following the public consultation exercise which ended on 14 June 2013, plans are being developed further with a view to submitting a planning application in the near future.

Feel free to revisit the website for updates.

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What is a Sure Saver card and how can I get one?

For those customers who are eligible (see leaflet below for eligibility), the scheme provides one third off many standard priced activities. For example, the full price for a swim may be £3.70, with the concession you will only pay £2.50, therefore saving £1.20. 

  • For group activities, eg 5-a-side, all participants will have to possess a Sure Saver card for the discount to apply.
  • You may be given a personalised card that can be presented at any East Riding of Yorkshire leisure centre to obtain the discount.
  • Only the person who is allocated the card is eligible for the discounts.


For more details about the Sure Saver card please download the leaflet below:

The Sure Saver Card Concessions Scheme (pdf 281kb opens in a new window) 


How can I get one?

You can apply for a Sure Saver card if you live in the East Riding and receive one of a range of benefits (see leaflet above).

You need to complete an application form which can be collected from your local East Riding Leisure Centre or Benefits agency Office or downloaded as a PDF below:

Sure Saver Card Concessions Scheme Application Form (pdf 92kb opens in a new window)

Alternatively you can phone (01482) 395223 or email leisure@eastriding.gov.uk for a printed form.

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How do I book a football pitch?

You can book three types of football pitches:

At a leisure centre

All leisure centres have indoor courts and some have outdoor pitches.

Find your local leisure centre and contact reception to book.


At a school

Some schools have grass or all weather synthetic pitches.

Find a school football pitch and learn how to book it.


On community land

Many areas of community land within the East Riding (such as Walkington and Little Weighton) is available for use as football pitches. 

Please call us on (01482) 392523 for locations and availability.

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