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White Oak Leisure Centre

White Oak Leisure Centre features a huge array of facilities designed for everyone in the local community to enjoy getting active. The centre also has soft play and TAGactive facilities, these facilities are already used by external groups bringing SEN students and they attend the facilities during public sessions either on their own or with key workers.

  • Parking
    • Parking
  • Mainstream/Special
    • Mainstream
  • Type of Activity
    • Soft Play / Play Facilities
    • Sport
    • TAG or Obstacle Course
White Oak Leisure Centre
Hilda May Avenue
Swanley
Kent
BR8 7BT
    • Age
      • Pre-School
      • Primary School
      • Secondary School
      • 16+
    • Accessibility
      • Changing Places Toilets
      • Hoist
      • Wheelchair Access
    • Disability
      • ADHD
      • Autism
      • Complex Needs
      • Down Syndrome
      • Hearing Impairments
      • Learning Difficulties
      • Mobility Problems
      • SPD/dyspraxia
      • Visual Impairments
    • Free Entry for Carer
      • Yes
    • Sports
      • Fitness
      • Swimming

    At White Oak Leisure Centre we have fully accessible changing facilities including hoist and adaptive shower and washing facilities. We have designated disability swim sessions in the pool on Wednesdays 11:00-12:00,

    Fridays 11:30 -12:30 and Sundays 16:30 – 17:30, although we welcome disabled users to use the facilities whenever public swimming is available too. Our pools both have Pool Pod hoist systems enabling wheelchair users or users with mobility issues to safely enter the water by themselves or a member of our staff is able to operate the Pod on their behalf. 

    Our gym is wheelchair accessible and has adaptive equipment for wheelchair users and we welcome all users within the gym opening times. 

    The centre also has soft play and TAGactive facilities, these facilities are already used by external groups bringing SEN students and they attend the facilities during public sessions either on their own or with key workers.