Sports & Activities

Wotton’s Clubs and Organisations 

This list illustrates the large range of clubs and activities on offer in Wotton, such as art groups, twinning society, boxing, various music groups, army cadets, bridge club, photography, dance, gardening, Kumon, ladies & WI & elderly groups, Probus, pre-school & toddler groups, Rotary, Round Table, Lions, British Legion, civic & historic societies, rugby, football, hockey, scouts, tai chi, pilates, tennis, netball, drama, Zumba, marquetry & much more! We’re a busy little town!




Sport Wotton

Sport Wotton is the new place for sport in Wotton-under-Edge. The sports facilities at Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School and the New Road site are managed by Sport Wotton Ltd, a new company set up jointly by KLB School and the Wotton Community Sports Foundation.

They welcome existing users and many new users in the coming months!

The following facilities are available:

  • Full size indoor sports hall
  • Squash Court
  • Dance Studio
  • Fitness Suite
  • Gymnasium
  • Outdoor Tennis Courts
  • Full size Astro pitch
  • 60 x 40m floodlit 3g pitch
  • Parking and changing facilities

Within the grounds of the two sites, they are also able to cater for other outdoor events, such as archery competitions and athletic events. If you have a particular sport or activity that you’d like to try out, have a chat with them.

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Sport Wotton Ltd
Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School
Wotton Road, Wotton-under-Edge
Gloucestershire GL12 8RB

Telephone: 01453 520 365

For more information, visit their website www.sportwotton.co.uk




Wotton Community Sports Foundation (WCSF)

The Wotton Community Sports Foundation (WCSF) is a charity whose objective is to provide sports and recreational facilities for the community in and around Wotton-under-Edge, via a 999-year lease on a 38-acre site just outside the town (referred to as the “New Road Site”), which is the centrepiece of development plans. WCSF began as a committee in around 2000, and became a registered charity in 2007. The organisation is run by a board of trustees which has representatives from various clubs and the Town Council. There are ambitious plans for long-term development of the site, and also to increase the usage of the site for community activities. Recent achievements include a new all-weather floodlit Astro Turf pitch, and an £80,000 skatepark.

For more information, visit their website www.wcsf.org.uk



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