Farnham is a bustling lively town of 38,000 people at the western end of Surrey, bordering on Hampshire. It is an ancient town, remains of Roman, Saxon and Stone Age dwellings have been found within its boundaries.
In more recent centuries it became notable as a market town of particular architectural charm with its Georgian buildings crowned by a 12th century castle overlooking the tight cluster of shops and houses in the river valley below.
your website is a good source of information for people in the local Farnham community”
About Farnham Sports Centre
Farnham Sports Centre was first established in 1981. With two swimming pools, sports hall, squash courts, dance studio, crèche and a fitness suite (opened 4th March) it has become a firm favourite with residents in and around the Farnham area.
The dance studio, a modern, air conditioned room allocated solely for aerobics. Should customers choose to take out a Kinetika membership, the package includes unlimited aerobics classes.
For those customers who find gyms rather daunting and prefer the more ‘traditional’ ways to get fit, the centre has a large sports hall which accommodates badminton, short tennis, football, trampolining and much more. In addition the sports hall plays host to the many children’s activities and courses that are on offer in the school holidays.
Farnham Sports Centre operates on a casual ‘pay as you play’ basis as well as offering single, joint and family membership packages. These are a popular option, especially with regular users as they represent excellent value for money and customers can enjoy unlimited use of many of the facilities.
Further details of all activities on offer can be obtained by calling the sports centre on 01252 723208.
Farnham Sports Centre – Managed by DC Leisure Ltd on behalf of Waverley Borough Council. Dogflud Way, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7UD
General Manager – Andy Webb
Andy Webb has been the General Manager at Farnham Sports Centre since 1992, initially with Waverley Borough Council, whom he joined in April 1990 as Manager of Cranleigh Leisure Centre and later with D C Management Ltd.
Andy started his leisure career at The University of Surrey Sports Hall in Guildford. After five years there, he moved to a Sales and Marketing post in the private sector before returning to leisure in 1981 as a Recreation Officer at Woking Leisure Centre. The six years at Woking gave Andy invaluable experience which greatly assisted his rise up the career ladder and in 1987 he moved on to Guildford Sports Centre as Deputy Manager.
- 25m, 6 lane heated Swimming Pool
- 12m x 6m Teaching Pool with full length steps for entry. Water depth 0.75 rising to 1m. Primarily for teaching purposes with limited availability for general use
- Pool Spectator Gallery
- A Sauna Cabin located on Poolside
- Sports Hall for activities including 5-a-side, Badminton, Basketball, Short Tennis, Netball etc
- 3 Squash Courts with spectator gallery. (Also a competitive club based at Centre)
- Sunbeds- Two Sunbeds in private rooms
- Dance Studio- Sprung wooden floor with fully mirrored wall, fully air conditioned, used for aerobics, step and fitness classes.
- kinetika Gym- fully supervised gym comprising of a large cardiovascular & spinning area together with a variety of resistance equipment.
- Activity Room: 10mx10m available for table tennis, dancing and general use.
- Club room- General purpose room used for our Crèche and Children’s parties. Available for private hire afternoons, evenings and weekends. Suitable for meetings and Club use.
How to find us
From Guildford and Godalming
Proceed on the A31 – Hoggs Back. At the Shepherd and Flock roundabout head for Farnham town centre along East Street. As you turn into Dogflud Way the sports centre is located on the left.
From Alton and Petersfield
Proceed on the A31. At the Coxbridge roundabout head for Farnham town centre along West Street. Follow the one way system and brown signs for the sports centre which is located in Dogflud Way.
NB! Please note that users of the sports centres are required to pay and display in the adjacent public car park.
For more information like ‘workout timetable’ & brochures see: DC Leisure Centres.