Hyndburn Leisure Trust is committed to improving the health, wellbeing and quality of life for Hyndburn residents through affordable sport, leisure and culture.

The Trust’s portfolio provides a strong infrastructure of community facilities that includes: Leisure Centres, Swimming Pools, Sports Halls, Fitness Centres, Astro Turf Pitches, Health Spa, Athletics Track, Function Rooms, Community Centres and Entertainment Venues; all of which provide a diverse range of Activities and events to meet the needs and wants of local people.

The Trust has developed a strong working partnership with Hyndburn Borough Council and with the Councils support; the Trust is committed to a comprehensive modernizations of its services to ensure that it provides local communities with accessible sport, leisure and cultural pursuits in affordable, well managed and maintained facilities.

Our website will give you all the information you need for each of our venues, so whether you’re a fitness fanatic or just love to enjoy a show, Hyndburn Leisure Trust can offer you lots of entertaining things to do.

Hyndburn Leisure Trust is a company limited by guarantee with charitable status. It was formed in 2002 to manage the borough’s sport and leisure facilities and in 2005 took on the Council’s Arts & Entertainment facilities and community buildings.

Day to day operations are managed by the Trust’s Senior Management Team led by the Chief Executive, who is given strategic direction by a board of voluntary trustees. The board have played a full part in the development of the new strategic plan, particularly ensuring that the charitable purpose of the Trust continues to be discharged effectively.

In delivering its services the Trust works with many key partners and these include Hyndburn Borough Council, Children’s Trust, East Lancashire NHS, Elevate, Crime & Safety partnership, local sports and community clubs, Hyndburn Sport & Physical Activity Alliance (SPAA), Sport England, Lancashire Sport Partnership, National Governing Bodies of Sport, Accrington & Rossendale College, Lancashire & Blackpool Tourist Board and Hyndburn Arts Trust.