Harborough District Leisure Trust
Female Workout Class Group

Guarantee your place in your favourite activity up to 8 days ahead by becoming a booking member. Registration is simple and completely free!


ASA swimming lessons are available from 3 months up to competition level.


Harborough District Leisure Trust

Harborough District Leisure Trust was established in 1st May 2008 and is responsible for overseeing the running and development of Harborough Leisure Centre and Lutterworth Sports Centre in partnership with Serco LeisureOperating Limited.


  • Represent the Harborough community 
  • Raise funds for community based projects
  • Help Harborough District Council meet its corporate and strategic leisure aims 
  • Promote social well being.


  • Michael Taylor
  • Kathy Davison
  • Stephen J Webster
  • Clive Grafton-Reed (Chair)
  • Anabel Kanjurs

Trust Meetings:

The Trust meets 4-5 times a year.
Meetings with both Harborough District Council and Serco Leisure Operating Limited are held monthly.

Recruitment of new trustees:

Do you have good independent judgment, the ability to think creatively and a desire to see that leisure opportunities are provided for all members of the community both now and in the future? If so, you could help shape the future of leisure.

If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a trustee, email Harborough District Leisure Trust.

Neighbourhood Life

Neighbourhood Life is our approach to helping ‘more people, become more active, more often’.  The 3 key areas of Neighbourhood Life enable us to focus our services on improving health and wellbeing, establishing our centres as community hubs and providing opportunities to participate in a range of sports.

Health and Wellbeing
We help local neighbourhoods and communities to improve their wellbeing through access to programmes of support that help them become more active, more often and to adopt a healthier lifestyle.

We want our leisure centres to be community hubs, where you can participate in a range of physical and social activities. In addition to getting people more active to benefit their health, and teaching important life skills such as swimming, we also provide many other activities, such as helping older people to remain active and to socialise, activities for young people that they are interested in and providing opportunities for families to have fun together.

We want to increase the opportunities for people to participate in a range of different sports. We work in partnership with National Governing Bodies to deliver programmes that make sport more accessible and fun for beginners or returners. We also work with local clubs to identify and develop local talent.