Welcome to Maidstone Leisure Centre
 

MAKE A FRESH START THIS SPRING

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Swimming Lessons
 

ENROLLING NOW

 Enrol your child today onto a course of our ASA National Plan for Teaching swimming lessons...FIND OUT MORE
 

GYM REFURBISHMENT COMING SOON!

 A major upgrade of Maidstone Leisure Centre's gym has been scheduled for early 2015...FIND OUT MORE
 

HAVE FUN THIS EASTER HALF TERM

 With a great range of activities available throughout the school holiday...FIND OUT MORE
 

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR CLUBS

 Available to support new or existing small-scale clubs or organisations in the community...FIND OUT MORE
  • Fresh Start

Welcome to Maidstone Leisure Centre, the perfect family fun day out and sports & fitness centre. The centre has undergone a major refurbishment and is one of the best leisure attractions in Kent.

With five swimming pools, brand new family changing rooms, a two storey state-of-the-art fitness suite, sports hall, children’s soft play area and a 1200 seated event hall offering a wide range of leisure activities for the whole family to enjoy, any age and ability.

Opening Hours:

Monday - Friday06:30 – 22:00
Saturday & Sunday07:00 – 20:00
Swimming Pool Timetable
SWIMMING LESSONS
Swim Life
SWIM LIFE
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Available for children from the age of 6 months, H2O Swim Life offers lessons for complete beginners through to more experienced swimmers.

WORKOUT CLASSES
Workout Class
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Maidstone Leisure Centre boasts over 50 workout classes a week to help you achieve your goals.

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HEALTH AND FITNESS
Gym Workout
 
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Health & Fitness. For a great all round workout and warm down, our gym offers the perfect balance.

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THIS GIRL CAN!
This Girl Can
 
WE'RE PROUD TO BE SUPPORTING SPORT ENGLAND'S #THISGIRLCAN INITIATIVE!
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'This Girl Can' is here to inspire women to wiggle, jiggle, move and prove that judgement is a barrier that can be overcome.