Kingston Community Centre

Kingston Community Centre provides health and wellbeing facilities as part of a wider programme of transformation for Kingston town centre.

The new centre includes a 25m swimming pool suitable for competitions, a 20m teaching pool and toddler pool alongside a sports hall, gym, flexible studios and a clip and climb area. The building will also include flexible community spaces and two 5-a-side football pitches on the rooftop.

Kingston Community Centre sits alongside the Grade II listed Kingston Library and Museum at Fairfield Recreation Ground, linked by a new public foyer and a public café. This co-location provides the opportunity to signpost exhibitions and create a cultural destination within the town centre. The foyer and café will also provide facilities for park visitors and animate a new public square.

Community leisure


Kingston Council

We are working with leading architects FaulknerBrowns to deliver a truly inclusive space, accessible for all, environmentally sustainable, and family and disabled friendly.

Cllr Andreas Kirsch,
Leader of Kingston Council and Portfolio Holder for Finance

As well as encouraging people to get more involved with sport and wellbeing, the new centre will create a cultural destination by co-locating leisure facilities with Kingston’s museum and library.

Steve McIntyre,