Worthing Leisure is home to many clubs that are affiliated with our venues. To find out more about each club click on their name below!
We are the Premier Athletics Club in Sussex, providing coaching / training in all disciplines: Sprints, Middle Distance and Throws Jumps. Disabled athletes are welcome at our training base at Worthing Leisure Centre. All coaches are UKA registered and C.R.B. checked.
Worthing Leisure Centre is the home for all of Worthing Thunder's home matches.
Worthing Thunder play basketball in England Basketball's top division and welcomes teams from the length and breadth of the country. Professional basketball is a fast-paced, exciting sport and, with the accompanying music, dancers and live big-screen tv, the entertainment on show provides a fantastic night out for all the family.
To find out more about Worthing Thunder, including dates and times of home matches and admission prices, please visit out web-site at www.worthing-thunder.net
Contact: Worthing Thunder Club Office
Telephone: 01903 261261
West Tarring Bowls Club was formed in 1924. For some 20 years it played its home matches on a green in the Thomas A’Becket area of West Worthing. It was this location that gave the club its nickname of The Bishops. Shortly after the war, the land on which the green was situated was sold for development so the club moved to its present location at Field Place
If you are interested in joining a friendly, mixed club, whether you are just taking up the game of bowls, new to the area and seeking a local club or just looking for a change of environment, we would be pleased to hear from you.
Panthers Allstar Cheerleaders are a local voluntary run cheer group, based at Worthing High School. Cheerleading is a combination of dance, gymnastics and stunting. We train Mondays and Saturdays (with additional practices leading up to competitions) and take part in various local events as part of the kids summer fun programme. From 5th September we will also be running pompom dance/cheer for fun sessions for 5-9 year olds.
Worthing Croquet Club is situated on the lawn to the east of The Barn building at Field Place where we enjoy playing on 2 x 3/4 size lawns and 1 full size lawn. Croquet is played 7 days a week from 10 a.m. till dusk.
Why not come along and learn more about the game, you are always very welcome. For more information telephone or e-mail us when an appointment will be made for someone to meet with you for a trial.
The Street Dance Company originally set out just to teach Street Dance Classes for the adult market (15yrs+) at a local leisure centre, but has since gone on to provide street dance services in various forms through Private Tuition, Workshops and other services including Street Dance Parties, Street Dance Show Choreography, and providing Dancers for various Street Dance related shows and events.
The Street Dance Company promises a fun, relaxed learning environment, where you will can build your confidence, fitness and of course your dancing ability - so come and check out one of our classes and see for yourself!
For more information contact:
The Embroiders Guild meets at Field Place. To find out more details visit their website or contact them via:
Wickers Gymnastics Club are a British Gymnastics GymMark and Sport England ClubMark recognised Club, and are proud to say that we were the first club in Sussex to gain this and the third club in the South East Region. We are re-accredited with GymMark on an annual basis.
Worthing Hockey Club is the town's premier club running 8 men’s teams and 4 ladies’ teams which include 3 junior sides for under 16s, who all play league hockey on a Saturday. There are also 2 mixed sides which play Sunday games, one within the national trophy and the other on a more social league basis.
Whether you are a serious player looking to test yourself at Regional League level or just after a social game and a few beers, then Worthing has a team for you! Most of our home games are played on the excellent astro pitch at St Andrews School and at Worthing Leisure Centre.
If you are interested in joining the club or wish to come down to training then please visit www.worthinghockey.co.uk for further details.
To become a Dragon Warrior you will gain courage, discipline, self respect, respect for others and improved self esteem!
Worthing Kung Fu School offers Wing Chun Kung Fu classes for men, women and children (of all ages and abilities from 4 upwards) providing benefits such as improved health, fitness and confidence.
We offer a professional and friendly environment in which students can learn, train, have fun and achieve their individual goals.
Worthing and District Society of Model Engineers have their own clubhouse and track at Field Place and are always looking for new members.
They run a variety of events through out the year details of which are listed on their website: www.worthingmodelengineers.co.uk
Wednesday's at Field Place
We are a fun, creative and educational interactive art and craft groups for the under 5's. Children love art, craft and messy time but do not always have the opportunity to experiment and explore with the freedom they desire.
Half termly courses on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Worthing Leisure Centre
11.45 am to 12.30pm for 6 weeks
12 noon to 12.45pm for 6 weeks
Enrol at Worthing Leisure Centre or pay by the session
Per session: Members £4.90 | Non Members £5.10
Registered to British Gymnastics. Teenie Tigers Pre-School Gymnastics offer fun gymnastics sessions for walkers up to the age of 5yrs.
Sessions are structured, fun and safely run by British Gymnastics qualified coaches. Programmes are carefully planned each week to offer variety and give stimulus to the child’s physical and social development.
Activities include a warm up, hand apparatus, fun gymnastics stations and skills and a cool down with stickers for achievement.
Teenie Tigers work towards British Gymnastics Pre School Awards and Star Challenge Awards.
Sessions at Field Place:
9.30am - 10.15am for 2 to 3 years
10.15am - 11am for 3 to 5 years
11am - 11.45am for 3 to 5 years
Tuesdays (from Easter 2012)
9.30am - 10.15am for 2 to 3 years
10.15am - 11am for 3 to 5 years
6 months through to 7 years
Classes lay the foundations for a fit and healthy lifestyle, encouraging a love of physical activity and building the child's physical and social confidence.
6 months - 16 months
A lovely class,starting with basic massage,rhymes and songs and moving on to our special equipment encouraging your child to play and explore, developing their physical skills.
Walking - 2 years
This class encourages the confident walker to attempt climbing, jumping and rolling. Also incorporates rhymes,songs and sticker time!
2-3 years, still with parental assistance, a more structured class develops agility, balance and co-ordination. Great Fun.
3 years-school age, "all by myself" a more challenging class further develops self confidence and physical agility in preparation for school.
Gymbobs School - 7 years
More demanding skills are nurtured in these maturing children using a wide range of equipment and lots of positive encouragement from our enthusiastic teachers. Energetic and Fun.
Fridays during Term Time
Classes for all age groups from 6 months to 7 years
Trial class available. Please ring to book
Classes held in the Pavilion at Field Place.
Free Trial when you mention this website
Friendly Sub Aqua Association (SAA) scuba diving club. New members welcome, both qualified divers and those wishing to learn.
Training is provided on a 1 to 1 basis at a pace that suites the trainee.
Contact: Steve Tupper
Telephone: 01903 522329
The Phoenix Club for the over 50+ of Worthing Leisure Centre meet every Friday for Fitness, Health and Friendship and to enjoy a wide range of sports/activities:
Enjoy the fun and make new friends. Singles and couples welcome. ALL EQUIPMENT PROVIDED.
Morning all inclusive fee £3.20 (price correct as of 1st January 2013)
To join this active and exciting club, all you need to do is purchase a Centre/Phoenix membership (£28 p.a. for Centre member or £18 p.a. for over 60s), register at the Friday hospitality table & join in.
|9 am||Members Pay at Reception & Sign In at Hosp. Table||Reception|
|9 am - 9.30 am||Latin Line Intro with Carol||Shaftesbury Room|
|9 am - 9.45 am||Warm Up & Exercise with Sally||Studio|
|9.15 am - 12.30 pm||Badminton/Short Tennis||Main Hall Courts 1 - 4 & 8 - 10|
|Short Mat Bowls||Main Hall Court 5 or 6|
|Table Tennis - Free play||Main Hall, Courts 6 & 7
(School Holidays on Squash Courts)
|9.30 am - 10.30 am||Latin Line/ advanced with Carol||Shaftesbury Room|
|9.30 am - 10.45 am||Bridge Improvers with Madelaine||Office|
|9.45 am - 10 am||Zumba Intro. with Sally||Studio|
|10 am - 10.45 am||Barn Dance or Jive||Venue confirmed on the day|
|10.15 am - 10.55||Strolling (Line Dance) with Andy||Projectile Room|
|10.45 am - 11.15 am||Refreshments at special Phoenix Prices||Shaftesbury Room or Sports Bar|
|11.15 am - 12 noon||
Exercise to Music with Denise
|11.30 am - 12.15pm||
Pilates with Sandy
|11 am - 12.00 pm||Creative Card Makingwith Lorraine||Sports Bar|
|11.15 am - 12.15 pm||Beg/Improvers Latin Line with Carol||Squash Court|
|11.30 am - 12.30 pm||Badminton Refresh/Beg. Clinic—Lyn Hall||Hall|
|12.30pm - 1.00pm||Exercised Cycling (self help)||Cycle Studio|
Price for afternoons = Number of weeks in month x Session Fee -- paid monthly in advance -- select preference from the chart below:
|Time||Activity andVenue||2009 Session Fees|
|12.00 - 1.00pm||Exercise to Music with Sally Brown - Studio||Members: £1.25
Non members: £2.50
|12.20 - 1.20pm||Ballroom Dancing with Carol Bolton||Members: £2.30
Non members: £4.60
|1.30 - 3.30pm||
Hall Sports (Badminton/Short Tennis/Short Mat Bowls/Table Tennis) - Main Hall
Non members: £3.50
1.30 - 2.30pm
|Table Tennis Club with Ray Forder - Projectile Room (Improvers 1.30 - 14.30) (Beginners 14.30 - 15.30)||
|2pm - 4pm||Coffee Shop refreshments at Phoenix prices|
Book the above sessions in advance on a monthly basis - Payable one week before the start of each month. If joining mid-month, payment is only due for the remaining sessions. Book at the main reception desk.
Hosts Liz and John Symonds will be on court during afternoon sessions. See Hilda Green for Table Tennis and Allan Green for Short Mat Bowls.
Refreshments are available at Phoenix concessionary prices between the following times: 14:00 - 16:00
These popular occasions are organised by members on the last Friday of each month. Tickets cost £4.15 if purchased one week in advance from the coffee shop. Talk only tickets, £1.30 from reception purchased on the day (ticket screen) Entry 13.15 - Sorry no self catering allowed. Guests are most welcome. There is no Speaker Lunch during August.
Speaker Lunch/Social Secretary: Ruth Garratt: 830723
If you are over 50 and want to get fit and healthy, join Worthing Leisure Centre and enrol with the Phoenix Club.
Annual Membership costs £28 for adults and £18 for 60+
On Friday mornings, members take part in a varied programme of sports, art, craft, social and fitness activities, for an all inclusive price of £2.50 per session. Friday afternoon activity sessions are on a "monthly pay in advance" basis and new members are invited to join this group. Volunteer hosts are on hand to assist.
Afternoon taster session tickets are available for £4 (refundable if joining Worthing Lesiure Centre on the day of attendance). Morning tasters are by arrangement.
In Reception on Fridays: Co-ordinator Jeanie Dickenson, Social Secretary Ruth Garratt and a rota of morning club members host the table.
Information on a wide range of events and activities is displayed.
Other social activities to register for at the hospitality table:
Fun Drama - Cinema/Theatre Club - Outward Bound monthly trips for sketching and walking (2nd Tuesday monthly)
There are a wide range of social activities organised monthly by Phoenix Members. The programme of scheduled events is available from the Phoenix Hospitality Table on Friday mornings or from hosts Liz and Hilda in the afternoons.
"Worthing Open Houses Art Trail" has invited the Phoenix Art Group and Painters Club to display examples of their art work for members of the public to view or purchase. They will be in the reception at Worthing Leisure Centre on:
|Friday 21st June||1pm - 3pm|
|Saturday 22nd June||11am - 5pm|
|Sunday 23rd June||11am - 5pm|
|Friday 28th June||1pm - 3pm|
|Saturday 29th June||11am - 5pm|
|Sunday 30th June||11am - 5pm|
|Friday 5th July||1pm - 3pm|
|Saturday 6th July||11am - 5pm|
|Sunday 7th July||11am - 5pm|
Why not join one of the Phoenix 50+ Friday Art and Watercolour Tutorials, with Christine Forbes, in September 2013 - at beginner and improver levels. There will be a warm welcome for experienced artists to join the Friday afternoon Painters Club 2pm - 4pm and to participate in occasional workshops or field courses.
For more information please contact Jeanie Dickenson on 01903 694657.
This is a successful club that has been going on for 40 years, with many competitors who have become coaches. In order to perform at competition level, members have to be dedicated and hardworking; trampoline coaches need to pass relevant exams.
Worthing Powerlifters train in the weights room at Worthing Leisure Centre.
They meet every Tuesday at 8.00 p.m. Other evening times may vary.
The group’s Senior Coach is Alan Rainger and the Powerlifting Coach is Mitchell Tutt (Mitch). The members of the group are a friendly crowd with great competitive spirit.
The group has been successful in national and international competitions. Mitch is the current British record holder at his body weight. Great Britain Powerlifting Federation - first ever British deadlift competition and first time new bodyweight categories (olympic weight groups) at Woking Power Club. We congratulate Mitch for coming second with a personal best of 265 kg (583 lb) in 105kg (under 17 stone) category.
If you are interested in joining Worthing Powerlifters, please contact Mitch on 07880 608 861 or email him at email@example.com