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Christchurch Meadows Paddling Pool

Christchurch Meadows paddling pool opens on 27 May

  • Paddling pool open from Saturday 27 May
  • Open seven days a week
The new Rivermead Leisure Centre-2

Countdown to the opening of the new Rivermead Leisure Centre

  • Open to the public from 17 July 2023
  • Facilities include a 6-court sports hall and a 120-station gym with 3 studios, soft play activity zone with party rooms and cafe
  • Swimming pools will follow in summer 2024
Palmer Park Outdoor Gym

Get moving with the new outdoor gym at Palmer Park!

  • New seven-station outdoor gym opens at Palmer Park following £75k investment
  • Offers free fitness for all with a mix of robust equipment to suit people of varying ages and abilities
Healthy Weight Management group

New Year drive to improve health and wellbeing across Reading

  • Council investment in targeted activities to reduce health inequalities
  • Free weight management courses are available
  • Physical activity referral scheme supports people back into keeping physically active
Palmer Community Pool

Paralympic swimmer, Graham Edmunds, to officially open Palmer Park Leisure Centre & Stadium

  • Paralympic Double Gold Medallist swimmer, Graham Edmunds will officially open the centre alongside the Mayor of Reading on 12 January
  • Syncro swimming performance by the Electric Eels
  • Free taster sessions are on offer throughout the day
Palmer Community Pool

Palmer Park Leisure Centre & Stadium opens next week

  • From Monday 19 December, Reading will boast a brand new 25m 6-lane pool
  • Visitors to the new centre can also look forward to a 100-station gym, new soft play and café.
Palmer Park Community Pool filling

Reading school children help fill the new Palmer Park Community Pool

  • East Reading’s new community pool filled with 325,000 litres of water over a five-day period.
  • Palmer Park Leisure Centre and Stadium on schedule to open in December.
Meadway improved gym

Leisure update shines a light on major progress so far

  • Update on progress to improve Reading’s leisure facilities
  • Improvement work completed at two leisure centres
  • Leisure usage almost back to pre-Covid levels
George Palmer statue clean

George Palmer statue gleaming after a good clean

  • The George Palmer statue has received a deep clean in anticipation of the opening of the new community pool.
  • The statue will form an integral part of the large new pedestrianised area surrounding the sports centre
South Reading Leisure Centre

Further boost to Reading’s leisure centres proposed

  • £295,000 for South Reading Leisure Centre pool
  • £36,000 for waymarked pedestrian route for vision impaired users at Palmer Park
Group l to r: Cllr Adele Barnett-Ward, Reading's Lead Councillor for Leisure and Culture; Cllr Jason Brock; Cllr Deb Edwards; Donna Pentelow, Reading Council's Assistant Director of Culture.

Get set for a hole-in-one at the Prospect Park Ranger Station

  • Exciting new play activity centre at Prospect Park
  • Mini-golf and Sky Tykes low ropes now open for play