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Colyton Leisure Centre

LED's Colyton Leisure Centre is based within the grounds of the charming Colyton Grammar School

Situated on the outskirts of Colyton, the centre boasts a beautiful dance studio, sports hall and also has some fabulous all weather outdoor facilities and an amazing floodlit synthetic turf pitch

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Activity Date Start Duration Spaces Action
Cardio Conditioning Thursday 19th Jan 09:00 55 mins 14 Book
Yoga Fitness Thursday 19th Jan 10:00 85 mins 0 Full
Gymnastics 4 Thursday 19th Jan 16:45 60 mins 50 Book
Gymnastics Age 9 + Thursday 19th Jan 17:45 60 mins 30 Book
Step And Tone Thursday 19th Jan 18:00 55 mins 18 Book
Kettlebells Thursday 19th Jan 19:00 40 mins 13 Book
Activity Date Start Duration Spaces Action
Zumba Friday 20th Jan 09:15 55 mins 23 Book
Pilates Friday 20th Jan 10:15 60 mins 11 Book
Remedial Pilates Friday 20th Jan 11:15 60 mins 7 Book
Step Friday 20th Jan 18:00 55 mins 22 Book
Activity Date Start Duration Spaces Action
Zumba Saturday 21st Jan 09:00 60 mins 20 Book
Core Balance Saturday 21st Jan 10:00 55 mins 14 Book
Activity Date Start Duration Spaces Action
Activity Date Start Duration Spaces Action
Step Monday 23rd Jan 09:00 55 mins 19 Book
Yoga Monday 23rd Jan 10:00 85 mins 9 Book
Thai Yoga Monday 23rd Jan 17:15 70 mins 11 Book
Body Conditioning Monday 23rd Jan 18:30 55 mins 5 Book
Activity Date Start Duration Spaces Action
Body Conditioning Tuesday 24th Jan 18:00 55 mins 14 Book
Kettlercise Tuesday 24th Jan 19:00 55 mins 20 Book
Activity Date Start Duration Spaces Action
Step Wednesday 25th Jan 18:00 55 mins 2 Book
Thai Yoga Wednesday 25th Jan 19:00 85 mins 0 Full
Activity Date Start Duration Spaces Action
Cardio Conditioning Thursday 26th Jan 09:00 55 mins 25 Book
Yoga Fitness Thursday 26th Jan 10:00 85 mins 13 Book
Activity Date Start Duration Spaces Action
Zumba Friday 27th Jan 09:15 55 mins 25 Book
Pilates Friday 27th Jan 10:15 60 mins 14 Book
Remedial Pilates Friday 27th Jan 11:15 60 mins 10 Book
Step Friday 27th Jan 18:00 55 mins 25 Book
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Opening Times
Monday 5.30pm - 10.00pm
Tuesday 5.30pm - 10.00pm
Wednesday 5.30pm - 10.00pm
Thursday 5.30pm - 10.00pm
Friday 5.30pm - 9.00pm
Saturday 9am - 5.00pm 
Sunday 5 a side football only    

When entering the site you will see the synthetic pitch straight in front. Follow the road around to the right where our car park is. Once heading to park your car you will see the outdoor netball courts on your left hand side and behind them you will find Colyton Leisure Centre. Once parked please follow the path into the leisure centre where we look forward to seeing you!

Customer Stories

I first started using the leisure centre when I moved here a few years ago. It has become so much more than somewhere for me to exercise, it’s my social hub. The staff are so friendly and for a small town the facilities on offer are fantastic!

I was a little apprehensive as  I didn’t know what to expect. However I was put at ease and the teacher guided me through the exercises with lots of care and attention.  She took the time to answer all my questions so I left feeling really confident and excited about my next session

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