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Dronfield Sports Centre

Dronfield Sports Centre

Eckington Swimming Pool

Eckington Swimming Pool

Sharley Park Leisure Centre

Sharley Park Leisure Centre

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Eckington pool
Eckington Swimming Pool

Eckington Swimming Pool

Gosber Street, Eckington, S21 4DA

Opening times 

Monday - Friday: 7am to 9pm

Saturday: 8am to 4pm

Sunday: 8am to 6pm

Tel: 01246 217481

 

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View our Fitness Timetable Here  

View our Eckington Swimming Pool Timetable Here

Swimming Admission Policy 

Price List and information

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Opening Times 

Sharley Park Leisure CentreGym: From 7.00am to 10.00pm Monday - Friday

Pool: From 7.00am Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday

Tuesday: - The pool will not be open until 10.30am

Saturday: 8.45am to 4.00pm

Sunday: 8.00am to 4.00pm

Weekdays: - All other activities commence at 9.00am

Sharley Park Leisure Centre

Market Street, Clay Cross, Chesterfield, S45 9LX

Tel: 01246 217277

 

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View our Fitness Timetable, Swimming Timetable, Swimming Admission Policy, and Price List

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Just do more logo Please see below our membership packages that are available:

  • Just do More! Membership - Unlimited, Plus, No Strings, Discount or Corporate, we've a membership option to suit everyone!
  • Full Price List - up to date prices for activities at each of our 3 centres.

 

You can book activities and classes for Dronfield Sports Centre, Sharley Park Leisure Centre or Eckington Swimming Pool.

To make an online booking up to 8 Days in advance you need to logon to your online booking account. If you don’t already have an account, you will have to register.

 

We have a wide variety of places to stay; including holiday homes, camping and caravan sites, bed and breakfasts and top quality hotels.

The range of accommodation is avaialble to view and book via the Visit Chesterfield and Peak District and Derbyshire websites.

Stately homes, pretty villages, museums, beautiful countryside...whatever you want to do we have it all!

You can visit Renishaw Hall, famous for its stunning Italianate gardens or Troway Hall, Derbyshire's official Honey Trail with bees enjoying a magnificent countryside of medieval meadows and hedgerows or Sutton Scarsdale Hall, an imposing shell of a grandiose Georgian mansion built in 1724-29, with an immensely columned exterior.

Alternatvely if outdoor activities is more your style, why not visit Ogston Reservoir Sited at Woolley Moor, which covers 200 acres, and includes leisure facilities include club sailing, wind surfing, trout fishing and two observation hides for Ornithologists. Or you could take a stroll (or ramble) or cycle along the many trails we have in the District.

For more information on attractions in and around North East Derbyshire and the Peak District, please visit the Peak District and Derbyshire website. 

Please visit our main walks and trails page on the Outdoor Recreation section.

Tourist Information is provided in our Council offices and local libraries throughout the District. The nearest Visitor Information Centre is located in Chesterfield which gives you a whole host of information about the area. You can also visit the Peak District and Derbyshire 

Well Dressing is the art of decorating springs or wells with pictures made from growing things. All but unique to Derbyshire, this ancient and once pagan custom has long since had Christian associations, though the exact origins are unknown.

The thanksgiving for the gift of water is today celebrated by the blessing of the wells and a festival for the whole village. The actual dressing of the well is done by the local community.

How is the Well dressed?

Imagine a wooden tray of about six feet high, four feet wide and one and a half inches deep. It's left to soak for a few days in the local pond or river to get the wood really wet, then it's hauled out and filled with soft, wet clay.

The artist brings the design, drawn full size on thin paper, smoothes it over the clay - and so the work begins. Each village has its own method of marking out the design. Some use small pieces of bark pressed through the paper. Others use a knife to cut along the outline, or a knitting needle to make marks in the clay along each line. The picture is outlined with straw, black wood, alder cones, peppercorns or seeds. Only when the outline is clearly marked on the clay can the pictures be 'coloured-in'. Some call this stage 'petalling', others call it 'flowering'.

A host of villages across the District stage Well dressings, which are on display from early May to early September each year.

Leisure Facilities contacts

  • Tel: 01246 231111
  • Email: 
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  • Alt. tel: Dronfield Sports Centre 01246 217217
  • Alt. tel: Eckington Swimming Pool 01246 217481
  • Alt. tel: Sharley Park Leisure Centre 01246 217277

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