Southwark Clubs

Our leisure facilities in Southwark are home to a number of external clubs and organisations who deliver physical activity to the local community.

Camberwell Leisure Centre

Southwark Gymnastics Club – in operation since 2010, the club is already home to 400+ members of both recreational and competitive gymnasts.

Dulwich Leisure Centre

Dulwich Dolphins Swim Club – a competitive swim club who cater for all levels of ability. By involving families in a swimming programme they build on a love of the sport and offer chances to progress through their structure.

Eos Dance School offering an array of dance and fitness classes across the south-east London region delivered by experienced teachers.

Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Sports Facility

SDA Active – encouraging and supporting Deaf and Disabled people to have more active lifestyles, catering for different ability levels to improve their health and wellbeing.

Waterloo Netball – started in 2012 to create an opportunity for girls from Year 3 and above to participate in the sport locally. Open to all, sessions are fun and enjoyable with fitness, teamwork, netball tactics and match play included.

Peckham Pulse Leisure Centre

Cambridge House – believing that we all deserve the right to access sports, the SENsational sports programme provides weekly opportunities for young people aged 11-25 with learning and/or physical disabilities.

Seven Islands Leisure Centre

Bermondsey Sub-Aqua Club – established since 1956 and a branch of the governing body of sub-aqua in the UK, hundreds of divers have been taught and subsequently gone diving with this social club.

Southwark Aquatics Swim Club – a competitive swim club based in the north of the borough who cater for those swimmers wanting to swim multiple times a week, up to national and international level swimmers, in a friendly, family orientated environment.

Southwark Athletics Centre

London City Athletics Club – affiliated to England Athletics, the friendly, inclusive club offer opportunities for athletes of all abilities and have both a seniors and juniors section.

Surrey Docks Fitness and Watersports Centre

Tideway Sailability – a unique sailing club in central London where people with or without a disability, all sail together as one community.

The Castle Centre

Disability Sports Coach – believing that disabled people should be physically active, the organisation create worthwhile sport and physical activity opportunities that have a positive impact on disabled people’s lives.

Lockwood Football Academy – created to bring football and physical activity to local community children, using port as a tool to engage in community activity, increase participation and reduce anti-social behaviour.

London All Stars Wheelchair Basketball Club – with a junior, women’s and development section whom are offered a high-quality, fun and engaging wheelchair basketball experience for every player that attends.

NHS Falls Prevention – providing strength and balance classes to help those who have had either had a fall, nearly fallen or worried about that situation. Call them on 020 3049 5424 for information on the free classes.

Out to Swim – an adult aquatics club of whom most members come from the LGBT community. However, all are welcome, providing equal respect is shown to each other irrespective of any differences.

Silver Fit – led by older people, for older people, they aim to promote happier, healthier ageing through physical activity and at the same time combat social isolation.

Surrey Cricket Foundation – an integral part of Surrey County Cricket Club whose goal is to get more people playing cricket and in doing so, aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the recreational game.