Tooting Leisure Centre - free swimming and discounted activities for WAND Card holders
WAND Card holders and a parent or carer can swim for free at Tooting Leisure Centre and there are up to 50% reductions on Junior Gym, Play Zone, Tumble Time, Football, Badminton, Basketball, Table Tennis and Squash.
The WAND card holder and one parent or carer can request fast tracking to swimming. To make your visit as stress free as possible, please try to avoid the busiest times of day and go early or later in the day. In the first place, contact the centre before your visit. All staff have been informed and they should be able to direct you accordingly. However, if a member of staff is new or unfamiliar with the WAND card, please explain that this has been approved by Places Leisure Management.
Additionally, parent carers presenting a WAND card benefit from a 50% discount on swimming and many classes at off-peak times (9am – 4pm Mondays to Fridays).
Find out about the WAND Card here.
Before you go, please check the swim timetable on their website, www.placesforpeopleleisure.org or contact Tooting Leisure Centre for further information.
Babies, children, young people and adults of all abilities are welcome. You will need to pay to use these facilities, unless you are a WAND Card holder.
The service provides many activities and facilities including:
- refreshment facilities;
- purpose-built crèche and soft play area;
- large gym;
- sauna and steam room;
- squash and badminton courts;
- exercise classes; and
- swimming and teaching pool
You can visit the website, telephone, email or drop in for information on activities.
You do not have to become a member to use the service, but membership will allow you to get discounts on activities. You can use the service during opening times and set activity times. It is advisable to bring: a towel, water bottle, change of clothes and appropriate footwear.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Tooting Leisure Centre
- SW17 0NE
- Get directions
- Age Ranges
- From 0 years to 19 years
To use this service you need to be:
- A WAND card holder, or the parent or carer of a WAND card holder.
Last updated: 23 Jan 2019