Active Northumberland

Find out more about the charitable leisure and cultural trust, Active Northumberland.

Active Northumberland is a charitable leisure and cultural trust that manages leisure facilities and services.

The trust also supports culture, helps to develop tourism and promotes healthy lifestyles. We are here to help people in Northumberland make the most of the opportunities for culture and leisure in the county. Please contact us if you would like more information about any of our facilities.
Active Northumberland manages a range of leisure and cultural facilities across the county including:
  • swimming pools and leisure centres
  • sports facilities
  • tourist attractions such as heritage sites and arts’ centres
  • parks and gardens
Please see below for a list of the leisure centre facilities in Northumberland.

For more information, visit the Active Northumberland website.
  • Ashington Leisure Centre
  • Beach Huts
  • Blyth Sports Centre
  • Concordia Leisure Centre
  • Dave Stephens Centre
  • Buffalo Centre
  • King Edwards VI - Athletics Track
  • Chantry Middle School
  • Seaton Delaval Arts Centre
  • Seaton Sluice Community Centre
  • Astley High School - sports hall
  • Newbiggin Sports & Community Centre
  • The Pegasus Centre
  • St Cuthberts Church
  • Cheviot Centre
  • Jubilee Centre
  • Prudhoe Waterworld
  • Prudhoe Westworld
  • Prudhoe Football & Sports Centre
  • Ponteland Leisure Centre
  • Nelson Village Community Centre
  • Rothbury Pool & Gym
  • Sporting Club Cramlington
  • Sporting Club Blyth
  • Swan Centre Berwick
  • Tyne Riverside Country Park
  • Wentworth Leisure Centre
  • Willowburn Sports & Leisure Centre
  • Morpeth Riverside Leisure Centre
  • Hirst Welfare Centre
  • Ashington Leisure Centre
  • Morpeth road primary school MUGA
  • Ridley Park, Blyth
  • Seven Oaks Park, Cramlington
  • Astley Park, Seaton Delaval