Some of the items listed require payment for participation. Please ask the contact/leader for details.
Please check the Classes page for further fitness activity classes.
Swimming courses, squash courts, health studio including sauna and solarium. Gymnasium, soft centre. Centre for Phoenix Swimming Club.
The pool can be hired for parties and events. Clubroom with lounge and bar. There is a Centre Suite where all types of aerobic activities take place; martial arts, step classes, circuit classes, pilates and yoga. The suite can be hired for conferences, parties, weddings and other events. Treatment rooms for beauty therapy, remedial massage, reflexology and chiropody.
Now with AquaBumps Aquanatal in the lovely warm pool!
The Leisure Centre also has its own café, the Taste For Life Café.
At the Leisure Centre (above)
Training sessions are Sunday 1.00 pm and 2.00 pm, and Monday 8.00 pm. All enquiries to Bollington Health & Leisure Centre as places are limited. Children need to be Gold Challenge standard.
A commercial fitness centre at Adelphi mill offering an extensive gym, fitness classes, personal training regimes.
Contact: Barbara Hall
Tel: 07975 559999
Meeting on Tuesdays from 9.00am and 7.00pm
Secretary: Alan Aked
Meetings are held on Mondays at the Dog & Partridge Inn. We are members of Macclesfield & District League and Alderley & Wilmslow League. Six members competitions (1 under lights in September). New members always welcome.
|Secretary: Gary Wood
137 years in 2022!
This very successful club meets for different purposes on several days each week. Please see the web site for details.
Contact: Geoff Allen
or visit the ground on Tuesday or Thursday evenings from 6pm onwards during the season.
Captain: Adam Banks
Contact: Jennifer Sayers
We play in Division Five (out of seven) on winter Saturdays with practice on Thursday evenings, 8.00pm to 9.00pm, at the Kings School, Macclesfield.
Contact: Josh Brown
After an immensely successful first season together (2020/21), the Altrincham first division champions, are leaving Bollington FC, and forming Bollington Town FC. In the 2021/22 season we will be playing in the Altrincham league again, aiming to achieve a domestic treble. We will have the same management team, and players. Further down the line we are determined to make our way into the Cheshire leagues and fight for more titles.
|Secretary: Carolyne Jones
Tel: 07831 509750
Bollington United web site
Our Kids Sports web site
Leader: Geoff Coe
This unlikely title announces a group of Mountain Bikers, a tough but popular sport in this hilly district. We meet most Sunday mornings, usually at the crack of dawn outside the The Turners (New Con Club, Turners Arms). We spend several weekends a year in such places as the Lake District, Wales and the Yorkshire Dales. Each year we also take a foreign trip, the Costa Del Sol being a popular destination.
Meetings every Tuesday in the The Turners, Ingersley Road, Bollington, from 8.30pm. The group organise trips to the UK and Europe. Local rideouts if it ever stops raining. Trackday events. Annual end of season and new season party nights. No membership fees, no committees, no agendas, just good uncomplicated friendship and biking fun.
Cheshire East Council operate a countryside Ranger Service and they have an office at Adlington Road, Bollington, beside the railway viaduct – better known today as the Middlewood Way. Enquiries can be made there about the Middlewood Way, Lindow Common (Wilmslow), Jackson’s Brickworks (Higher Poynton) and Poynton Coppice (Higher Poynton).
The Rangers provide very many outdoor events throughout the year across the east Cheshire countryside and at the leisure facilities belonging to the borough. Get a copy of their booklet Get Out! for full details of their excellent programme.
Contact: Mrs S. J. Cash
Meet at the Arts Centre Thursday 2.00pm to 4.30pm.
We meet at the Civic Hall, Bollington, on Monday evenings at 7.30pm. and at Bollington Arts Centre on Wednesday afternoons at 2.00pm. We hold an Annual Art Exhibition.
Professional tuition is given in all art subjects, also sketching parties and demonstrations.
We meet at the Community Centre, Ovenhouse Lane, on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 7.30pm. Non members always welcome at meetings.
We hold a Spring Show on the first Saturday in March. Schedules are obtainable from the Secretary or online. See the web page for full details. Non-members always welcome at meetings.
Hon. Secretary: Mrs. D.W.A. Stoddart
Tel: 01625-575082 and 01625-422371
We meet at the Community Centre, Ovenhouse Lane, Bollington Cross, on the 2nd Wednesday each month between 7.30 – 9.30pm. This is a working flower club and everyone is welcome. Trips out organised. A lovely pastime in a friendly atmosphere.
The Bollington and Royal Oak Angling Society is a small friendly fishing club which is located in the village of Bollington.
We have several pools in and around the village including a small stretch of the River Dean. All our pools are well stocked with mainly Roach, Bream, Tench, Perch, Pike, Carp and Gudgeon.
The club is open to anyone who wishes to join, we have reduced prices for OAP’s, Junior’s and lady anglers.
Please see our web site for full details.
Prince Albert Angling Society
East Cheshire Group
Regular walks are organised by the Bridgend Centre. There is a small charge for joining these walks. See their web page for full details.
‘Walks for Health’ are short guided walks in Bollington and surrounding areas. Suitable for those who want a gentle walk and an opportunity to meet others. These are organised for the summer months and often take place in the lighter evenings.
The Wednesday walks are very popular. They vary in difficulty and length each week and so they have a ratings system to provide information on the difficulty of each one. Check the web site for the programme and details of the difficulty rating. They all meet at the Centre at 10am for 10:15am departure.
There are longer walks twice a month on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays, usually meet at the Centre at 10am for 10:15am departure. These Saturday walks are usually 8-12 miles in length, typically a bit shorter in winter.
Bollington organises a very popular Walking Festival each year in the last week or so of September, with walks to suit all standards, from short on the level stroles, to 10+ miles day long hikes over the hills.
There is plenty of guidance available for those who wish to walk independently of any organised walks:
- Guides are available from the Discovery Centre , and those available can be found on their books page;
- The Bridgend Centre provide a number of popular planned walks guides;
- Further suggested walks can be found in two walks guides where the walks begin and end at two local pubs – Walks from the Vale Inn, and Walks from the Poacher’s Inn. Available from the pubs;
- The Bollington Outdoors page suggests a variety of walks with full route guidance.
We meet in April through September at 7.00 pm, on Monday evenings on the Macclesfield Canal at Adelphi Mill, Grimshaw Lane, Bollington SK10 5JB and on Thursday evenings, 7.00pm, at Brereton Water Park, between Congleton and Holmes Chapel (map). We organise trips and training throughout the year, including pool sessions in the winter.
Contact: via email
The Harriers club has been re-established in 2017 as a result of our very active Town Mayor, Cllr Andy Langdon. For decades through the late 19th and early 20th centuries Bollington had a very active and successful Harriers club, and interest has escalated once again following re-newed interest in long distance and hill running. Andy has been especially committed by trekking up Kerridge hill to White Nancy 203 times during his Mayoral year (2017/18). 203 relates to the number of names of Bollington men who gave their lives in the two world wars.
An opportunity for 13-16 year olds to use the Adelphi Mill gym facilities in a supervised 1½ hour session. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4pm and Saturdays at 11am.
Contact: Karen McGowan
Tel: 07973 765260
Adelphi Mill, Saturdays 10 – 12am.
A combination of Pilates and Physio exercises to aid rehabilitation.