Worthing Leisure Centre
Walking Football, a slower-paced version of the game aimed at people over 50. This ever increasing popular game is designed to help people keep active or return to the sport maybe even due to illness.
A non-contact sport with no running or jogging. Players are penalised by the referee if they run persistently.
Drop in training sessions
Tuesdays 10.30-11.30 & 11.30-12.30 | Fridays 18:00-19:00
10.30 Wednesday mornings
League & Tournament
1st Monday of every month
Regular 8 week
- Introductory sessions
- Ladies welcome 🙂
- Come and give it a try!
- FREE to FIT4 | £2.50 Centre Member | £3.10 Non Member
Worthing Leisure Centre
Walking Netball is a slower version of the game; it is netball, but at a walking pace with plenty of fun!
Worthing Leisure Centre every Wednesday at 11.30am
• Qualified coaches/referees
• Aimed at the over 50’s
• Full onsite facilities
• New Indoor Sessions
FIT4 – Free | Centre Member – £2.50 | Non Member – £3.10
Phoenix – Worthing Leisure Centre
- Exercise to Music & Zumba / Barn & Jive
- Latin Line dance – beginners and improvers
- Table Tennis: All levels (PM coaching)
- Badminton & Short Tennis. Badminton Clinic
- Short Mat Bowls: players AM / intro PM
- Art Classes/Craft & Painters Club
- Pilates & Tai-Chi – Chi Kong Classes
- Improvers Ballroom Dancing
- Monthly Speaker Lunches / Quiz
- Painters Club
Enjoy the fun and make new friends. Singles and couples welcome. ALL EQUIPMENT PROVIDED.
Morning all inclusive fee £3.50 (price correct as of 1st January 2016)
- Afternoon Sessions paid monthly in advance. Please see the Phoenix brochure for details and fees.
To join this active and exciting club, all you need to do is purchase a standard membership (£30 p.a. for Centre member or £20 p.a. for over 60s), register at the Friday hospitality table & join in (it is also included in FIT4 membership if you have one).
Phoenix Morning Programme
|9am||Members Pay at Reception & Sign In at Hosp. Table||Reception|
|9 am – 9.30 am||Latin Line Intro with Carol||Shaftesbury Room|
|9 am – 9.45 am||Warm Up & Exercise with Sally||Studio|
|9.15 am – 12.30 pm||Badminton/Short Tennis||Main Hall Courts 1 – 4 & 8 – 10|
|Short Mat Bowls||Main Hall Court 5 or 6|
|Table Tennis – Free play||Main Hall, Courts 6 & 7(School Holidays on Squash Courts)|
|9.30 am – 10.30 am||Latin Line/ advanced with Carol||Shaftesbury Room|
|9.30 am – 10.45 am||Bridge Improvers with Madelaine||Office|
|9.45 am – 10 am||Zumba Intro. with Sally||Studio|
|10 am – 10.45 am||Improvers Line Dance with Christine||Squash Court 2|
|10.15 am – 10.55||Strolling (Line Dance) with Andy||Range|
|10.45 am – 11.15 am||Refreshments at special Phoenix Prices||Shaftesbury Room or Sports Bar|
|11.15 am – 12 noon||Exercise to Music with Denise||Studio|
|11.30 am – 12.15pm||Pilates with Ulala||Range|
|11 am – 12.00 pm||Creative Card Making with Peggy||Sports Bar|
|11.15 am – 12.15 pm||Beg/Improvers Latin Line with Carol||Squash Court|
|11.30 am – 12.30 pm||Badminton Refresh/Beg. Clinic with Lyn||Hall|
|12.30pm – 1.00pm||Exercised Cycling (self help)||Spin Studio|
Refreshment Breaks: at special ‘Phoenix’ Prices
- 10:45 – 11:15 in Shaftesbury Room or Sports Bar – morning members meet in a social environment for chat, news & refreshments
- 14:00 – 16:00 afternoon members meet in Coffee Shop.
Phoenix Afternoon Programme
|Time||Activity and Venue||2015 Session Fees|
|12.00 – 1.00pm||Exercise to Music with Sally Brown – Studio||Members: £1.40 | Non members: £2.80|
|12.20 – 1.20pm||Sequence Dancing with Carol Bolton||Members: £2.30| Non members: £4.60|
|1.30 – 3.30pm||Hall Sports (Badminton/Short Tennis/Short Mat Bowls/Table Tennis) – Main Hall Hosts: Liz and John Symonds||Members: £1.90 | Non members: £3.80|
|1.30 – 2.30pm
2.30 – 3.30pm
|Table Tennis Club with Ray Forder – Range (Improvers 1.30pm – 2.30pm) Beginners 2.30pm – 3.30pm||Members: £3.15 | Non members: £6.30|
|2pm – 4pm||Coffee Shop refreshments at Phoenix prices|
Price for afternoons = Number of weeks in month x Session Fee — paid monthly in advance — select preference from the chart above.
Book the above sessions in advance on a monthly basis – Payable one week before the start of each month. If joining mid-month, payment is only due for the remaining sessions. Book at the main reception desk.
See Hilda Green for Table Tennis and Allan Green for Short Mat Bowls.
Refreshments are available at Phoenix concessionary prices between the following times: 14:00 – 16:00
Speaker Lunches – 12.30 – 2.30pm
These popular occasions are organised by members on the last Friday of each month. Tickets cost £5.00 if purchased one week in advance from the coffee shop. Talk only tickets, £1.40 from reception purchased on the day (ticket screen) Entry 13.15 – Sorry no self catering allowed. Guests are most welcome. There is no Speaker Lunch during August.
Speaker Lunch Hosts Mo Howlett & Jim Lane
In Reception on Fridays: Co-ordinator Jeanie Dickenson and a rota of morning club members host the table.
Information on a wide range of events and activities is displayed.
Other social activities to register for at the hospitality table:
Fun Drama – Cinema/Theatre Club – Outward Bound monthly trips for sketching and walking (2nd Tuesday monthly)
Phoenix welcome/information table
There are a wide range of social activities organised monthly by Phoenix Members. The programme of scheduled events is available from the Phoenix Hospitality Table on Friday mornings or from hosts Liz and Hilda in the afternoons.
- Contact: Mrs Jeanie Dickenson
- Telephone: 01903 502237
- Email: email@example.com
Join our termly drawing and watercolour classes with Christine Forbes.
Where: Worthing Leisure Centre at the Phoenix Over 50’s Friday Sports and Leisure Club
Level: Beginners/Refreshers (level 1)/Improvers (level 3)
How to enrol: At Worthing Leisure Centre – telephone 01903 905050
For more information telephone the coordinator Jeanie Dickinson on 01903 694657
Painters Club for experienced painters 2pm -4pm £1.85 / £3.70, monthly in advance
Gardening at Worthing Leisure Centre works in partnership with Sustainable Sussex.
Sustainable Sussex is about people, places, lifestyle, economy and creativity.
From grounds maintenance to chilli jam production. Our projects are as diverse as the volunteers that make them possible. This year our mixed over 50s group have created a raised keyhole bed to enable bend-free waist-height gardening. Worthing Leisure Centre is also home to Sussex Chilli Farm – our first big project which grows 1000s of chilli plants a year.
We are currently building wormeries to turn cafe food waste from Worthing Leisure Centre into valuable vermicompost and we have visions of large scale rainwater harvesting (1 acre) and creating 2 permaculture hedgerows to encourage wildlife as well as becoming a source of fruit, nuts and materials like bean poles and stakes for use around the garden.
Our Friday sessions are split into two, three hour sessions, so participants can take part in morning, afternoon or both sessions, subject to individual capabilities. We all know what’s it’s like to over-do things, so we take breaks when we need them and share tips on how to most easily carry out tasks that may be hindered by achy joints or uncooperative backs!
Our vision for the over 50s project is to create a model eco-village around the model railway at Field Place Manor House which is operated and maintained by Worthing and District Society of Model Engineers. This project will bring people of different ages and with different skills together to create another great community resource.
The project options are endless on such a great site – come and see for yourself and get back into gardening!
For more information, visit sustainablesussex.org/