There are plenty of opportunities within the community to get involved in physical activity. Some of them might just be on your doorstep!
LEISURE CENTRES, GYMS, COMMUNITY CENTRES & FITNESS
We currently have three facilities in Nuneaton and one in Bedworth. Find out what facilities and services are at each site.
They are operated by Everyone Active, who are a part of Sports and Leisure Management Ltd, one of the UK’s longest-established leisure contractors.
Apply for a Passport to Leisure card
Complete an online application Passport to Leisure form
Passport to Leisure (PTL) is a free card that will entitle eligible residents of Nuneaton, Bedworth, Bulkington and areas of Exhall and Kerersley to free or concessionary access to a range of sports and leisure activities.
As a PTL member, you will be able to participate in a variety of activities at the four leisure centres in Nuneaton and Bedworth managed by Everyone Active, at a concessionary rate, benefits of which are detailed on the online application.
Bedworth Cricket Club have 3 brand new floodlit tarmac courts that are open to the public 7 days a week so come and try out this fabulous new community facility!
The courts are operated as a partnership between inspire2coach (NowTennis) and Bedworth Sports Club. We aim to increase playing opportunities locally and regularly host events that allow people to try tennis for free.
You can access the courts by signing up to an Annual Household Pass or Pay & Play.
Courts cost £4 per hour or £7 with floodlights.
To book a court online
Nuneaton and Bedworth has a number of cycle routes that span across the entire borough. These cycle routes are free to use and suitable for the whole family.
If you use cycling as a means of travel and struggle to find suitable routes to follow when going somewhere new, Google Maps features a new cycle route option on the main map function.
All you need to do is put the postcode of where you are travelling from and to and it will map a number of suitable routes.
Bedworth Miners Welfare Park is managed by Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council who grant funded the production of these maps and courses as part of their Get Active For Life scheme. There are courses suitable for complete novices through to experienced orienteers and one is fully accessible using paved paths. As the name suggests, the park is situated on old colliery workings and mixes urban parkland with rougher terrain. One fairly unusual installation in the park is a well used disc golf course which is well worth doing while you are there. Please take care and watch out for disc golfers when doing the courses.
All courses are based on the MapRun phone App which needs to be loaded prior to doing the courses. Instructions on downloading and using the App are shown in the instructions document which you can download from here along with your map.
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