Leisure Centres

Amber Valley has four Leisure Centres in the borough, situated in it's main towns of: Alfreton, Belper, Heanor, and Ripley.

The Alfreton, Ripley and William Gregg Leisure Centre (Heanor) are operated and managed by PFP Leisure who specialise in the development and management of leisure facilities in partnership with local authorities throughout the UK. Developing dynamic and responsive partnerships with Council clients to optimise the performance of public leisure centres so that they can better serve their local community and achieve both economic and social objectives. Ultimately their goal is:

More People, More Active, More Often

Belper Leisure Centre is owned and managed by Belper Leisure Centre Limited on behalf of the community and local schools. Find out further information about all the leisure centres by clicking on the images below.


      Ripley Leisure Centre      Alfreton Leisure Centre

      Belper Leisure Centre      Heanor Leisure Centre



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