Activities for young people

Young people need to be active every day too. They should ideally get 60 minutes of exercise a day. Explore all the different ways children can keep fit in Salford, and stay healthy.


Broughton Leisure Centre

Great Cheetham Street West Salford M7 2DN

Clarendon Leisure Centre

Liverpool Street Salford M5 4HU

Cleavley Track

Blantyre Street Winton Eccles M30 8HY

Eccles Leisure Centre

Barton Lane Eccles M30 0DD

Helly Hansen Watersports Centre

15 The Quays Salford M50 3SQ

Irlam and Cadishead College

Station Road Irlam Salford M44 5ZR

Irlam and Cadishead Leisure Centre

Liverpool Road Irlam M44 6BR


Moorside High School

57 Deans Road Swinton Greater Manchester M27 0AP

Ordsall Leisure Centre

Craven Drive Ordsall Salford M5 3DJ

Salford Sports Village

325 Littleton Road Salford M7 3NQ

St Ambrose Barlow RC High School

37 Ash Drive Salford M27 9QP

Swinton and Pendlebury Leisure Centre

Cromwell Road Pendlebury M27 9SZ


Walkden High School

Old Clough Lane Worsley M28 7JB

Worsley Leisure Centre

Bridgewater Road Walkden M28 3AB

Activities for disabled children

Having a physical disability or long-term health condition doesn’t have to stop young people from being active. Salford has several inclusive play centre and leisure activities to help children with disabilities get involved and join in, including swimming clubs, sensory experiences, accessible sports and much more.

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