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Carterton Leisure Centre

Carterton Leisure Centre, Carterton, Oxfordshire
Broadshires Way
OX18 1AA

About Carterton Leisure Centre

Carterton Leisure Centre has a wide range of activities and facilities to suit everyone.

Facilities include a fully equipped gym, a 6-lane 25-metre swimming pool, a separate learner pool and a spacious studio with a varied fitness class programme.

It is the perfect place for children’s activities, with a large swim school, birthday parties and crèche.

The centre has recently undergone an £8.4 million redevelopment, including an expansion of the gym and a new dance studio, new fitness & swimming pool changing rooms, new crèche, new Better Cafe and swimming viewing area, new soft play & trampoline park and a new sports hall.

The centre remains fully operational whilst the project is completed.

Visit today to experience what is on offer!


There are two pools in the centre; a fitness pool is 25 metres long, with up to 6 lanes, and a separate learner pool.


Whether you are new to the gym, or an experienced user, with over 70 stations, there is everything to cater for your needs.

Trampoline park

The trampoline park at the centre is now open. Discover the main jump area, with an airbag dive tower, reactive pod, foam pit battle beam and high 9 interactives.

Soft play

For little ones, there is a dedicated soft play area for under 12’s – including a 4-lane slide, apple orchard ball pit, rope bridge, glow room and skyglide track – as well as a special area, just for babies & toddlers.

Sports hall

The centre boasts a brand new multi-court sports hall, offering a wide range of sports, including football, basketball, racquet sports and much more.


There are two cafes. So whether you want to grab a coffee or snack after your swim or gym session or whilst you watch your children bounce away in the trampoline park, when it’s time to relax, the café is the ideal spot for drinks, snacks and chats, away from all the excitement.

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