Isle of Wight Council

Local Offer - Leisure Activities

Leisure Activities

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For information on all the sport and leisure activities run by the Isle of Wight Council including our Leisure Centres, Swimming Pools and Tone Zone Gyms, Fitness Classes and the Sports Development Unit, please click here.


1leisure App

Isle of Wight Council leisure centre users can now access a range of information on their smartphones using a newly-launched app.

The '1leisure' app is available on iPhone and Android-enabled devices including tablets and is free to download.

The app contains information including a list of classes, special offers, contact details and opening times for all three council leisure centres including The Heights, Westridge and Medina.

To download the app, people should log on to their app store and search for '1Leisure' to install it.


To view days out and attractions across the Island, please click here.


The Isle of Wight Community Directory is a directory of local activities and support groups suitable for adults. To view the directory, please click here.

A pathway has also been created on Sport and Leisure, to view this please click here (PDF, 298.33 KB, 1 page). 

WightChYPS is a directory of local activities and support groups suitable for children and young people. To view the directory, please click here or to view the FIZ facebook page, please click here.


Holidays, play and leisure

Many disabled children and young people say that leisure and play – after school, in the holidays and at weekends – is the most important missing element in their lives. Parents strive to make opportunities for these but often find many unnecessary barriers, including a basic lack of information about what’s available.

A guide has been written which provides some information about what play, leisure, and short breaks options and where to find more information. It also has information about arranging holidays for disabled children and details of organisations which provide grants for these types of activities. To view the guide click here (PDF, 989.24 KB, 36 pages).


Local Offers and Discount Cards

There are many discount cards which offer great savings for children, young people, and carers. Which include:

  • Bus, ferry and train travel
  • Cinema discounts
  • Radar Key for disabled toilets
  • Concessionary One Card

For a list of discount cards and local offers please click here.  


Public Health Hampshire, working with Children’s Services and Energise Me, has developed a HIOW Physical Activities Strategy to 2021.

This is aimed at children, young people and adults and aims to increase overall levels of physical activity to support health and wellbeing. Its priorities are;

  • Accelerate the reduction of inactivity amongst adults
  • Reverse the rising trend of inactivity amongst females
  • Narrow the gap in levels of inactivity between those adults with (or at risk of) a long-term health condition and those without
  • Improve levels of physical activity among children and young people


To view a copy of the published strategy click here