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Sport and leisure in Norwich

Norwich offers a vast range of facilities for leisure pursuits of every imaginable type. From a leisurely swim and a round of golf to laser gaming and dry-slope skiing, Norwich has it all.

Riverside Swimming Centre – Situated by the River Wensum, between Norwich City Football Club and the railway station, this is a modern complex with a 25 metre pool and a well-equipped gym.

Sportspark – This is within the University of East Anglia’s campus, but is open to the paying public, and is the largest in the region. It has excellent facilities for swimming, squash, climbing and badminton and a fitness centre.

Norwich Sports Village (David lloyd) – This is on Drayton High Road adjacent to Asda supermarket. The aquapark has a 25 metre pool, leisure pool with bubble jets, rapids and slide and a shallow paddling area suitable for toddlers. There are facilities for tennis, badminton, squash, snooker and aerobics and a soft play area suitable for the younger visitor.

Norwich City Football Club – Norfolk’s Championship football club is on Carrow Road. The ground will seat 27,000+ fans for the 2004–2005 season. The Club’s Director and majority shareholder, Delia Smith, has a superb restaurant within the grounds for those who want to sample food at its very best.

Norfolk and Norwich Skateparks

Norfolk and Norwich Skateparks

October 2018

Over the past 30 years skateparks have increased in number, with skateboarding, scootering and BMXing all growing in popularity. Skateparks come in varying shapes and sizes, with differing terrain and designs. They can be both indoor and outdoor and in Norfolk you can find many examples, dotted around the county. Attracting riders of skateboards, BMX bikes and scooters, these skateparks offer visitors a fun location to practice their skills and stunts.

Norfolk Swimming Pools

Norfolk Swimming Pools

October 2018

Swimming is a great way to improve fitness, burn calories, tone up and relax. It is a low impact exercise meaning there is less risk of injury, it will improve flexibility and is great for rehabilitation. It’s also a fun activity that the whole family can enjoy together and learning to swim is an important life skill.

Useful links

Visit Norfolk Website

www.visitnorfolk.co.uk

Visit Norfolk is the strategic voice of the county's visitor industry. This brand delivery vehicle, operated by Visit East Anglia, is responsible for promoting all that the county has to offer at local, regional and national levels.

Tour Norfolk Website

www.tournorfolk.co.uk

An independent tourist guide for the county of Norfolk in England, that shows you what places actually look like.

Norfolk & Suffolk Tourist Attractions

www.norfolkandsuffolkattractions.co.uk

Norfolk + Suffolk Tourist Attractions is the trade association for tourist attractions in Norfolk and Suffolk.

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