We are investing more than £55million in regenerating leisure facilities across the borough – from remodelling and updating existing facilities to the construction of brand new state-of-the-art facilities – guaranteeing quality facilities for the next 25 years.
All with the aim of getting more people, more active, more often.
New and refurbished swimming pools, ice-based fun, extreme sports, trampolining, gym facilities, spinning rooms, community spaces – are all planned as part of this once-in-a-lifetime investment.
This multi-million pound investment will bring a brand new leisure centre on the site of the old Centre, Farnham Road.
Once a tennis centre, then a bowling alley, now the facility at Salt Hill is to be transformed into a family activity centre.
Built in the 1980s the original ice arena had reached the end of its functional life and was not a pleasant environment for skaters or spectators.
Built in 1997, Langley Leisure Centre is one of the borough’s prime leisure sites but much of the plant and other machinery is coming to the end of its useful life.
A community sports stadium, and now the home of Slough Town Football Club, Arbour Park, Stoke Road is the first of the new facilities to be completed.