Building Improvements

Kenilworth Leisure Facilities

During Spring 2018 the Council will start to consider the options for modernising the sports and leisure facilities in Kenilworth, including Abbey Fields Swimming Pool and Castle Farm Recreation Centre.  A full public consultation will be undertaken later this year.

A timetable for this project is being drawn up and updates about progress will be made available via this website.  Please send enquiries to leisurekenilworth@warwickdc.gov.uk.

Newbold Comyn Leisure Centre

Following a first phase of refurbishment work at Newbold Comyn Leisure Centre the swimming pool, brand new 100 station gym and fitness studios reopened in August 2017. The new village changing facilities, sports hall and climbing attraction will open Summer 2018.

St Nicholas Park Leisure Centre

Following the installation of new pool plant and changing rooms the swimming pool reopened 6 weeks ahead of schedule in September 2017.

In June 2017 the existing gym at St Nicholas Park was refurbished and new equipment installed enhancing the gym offering for our customers. The new 80 station gym and studios opens in March 2018.

 

A flavour of how the completed centres will look

Gym interior
(this is another Everyone Active gym)
New gym interior
Gym interior
(this is another Everyone Active gym)
New gym interior and treadmills
Gym interior
(this is another Everyone Active gym)
New gym interior
St Nicholas Park - front St Nicholas Park visual of new building
St Nicholas Park - interior St Nicholas Park leisure centre interior
Newbold Comyn - front Newbold Comyn Leisure Centre - visual of new building
Proposals for climbing
facilities at Newbold
Conceptual drawing of climbing facilities

Photos of the work in progress

Work in progress

Please note :

Everyone Active took over the management of the Council's leisure centres in June 2017. For more information about the centres, including prices and bookings, please visit everyoneactive.com