A bit about swimming
Swimming is a great way to stay physically active and we’ve got an activity for you, whatever place you’re into. You can maintain and develop your fitness with our lane swimming sessions, learn to swim whatever your age with our development sessions or just enjoy a splash around to stay healthy. And it could save your life.
Andover Leisure Centre has a Splash Pad by the learner pool, a great place for little ones to gain water confidence. Together with a pool inflatable providing fun swimming sessions for all the family, view the swimming pool timetable for information on when the sessions run.
Is the pool the place for you?
Swimming is a really great way to improve your health and fitness as propelling yourself through the water works your body far more than exercising on dry land. And to inspire you even more, here are 8 great reasons why you should try swimming according to the Amateur Swimming Association.
- Full body workout
- Great for general wellbeing
- De-stresses and relaxes
- Burns calories
- Lowers risk of diseases
- Supports the body
- Increases energy levels
- Exercise without the sweat
Swim with Places Locker
Places Locker is our app for all things active. It's perfect for tracking your activity and it even links with SWIMTAG. You earn MOVES for all the activity that you complete each week, build training programmes and review progress. Did you know a one hour swim could earn you 1,000 MOVES?
Andover Swimming Pool & Health Suite facilities
Main pool length 25 metres, 6 lanes.
Teaching pool with a moveable floor.
Splash pad with 15 water features to aid with water confidence and for fun!
Pool side Sauna & Steam Room (casual users need to purchase a Swim & Health Suite ticket. Members have access. Over 16’s only)
Interested in Swimming Lessons
Learning to swim is an essential life skill. If you can swim you can enjoy all of the exciting activities that the water has to offer. We offer lessons for adults and children and all of our lessons are taught by qualified teachers. We work to the National Governing Body for Swimming’s (Swim England) Learn to Swim Pathway in all of our sessions.