Leisure

There are many ways to spend our free time in leisure activities.

Here you will find:

Arts; Cinema; Sports; Dance; Swimming; Gyms; Activities; Theatres; Lunch clubs; Social clubs; Churches/Places of worship; Libraries; Shopping; Radar keys for disabled toilets; Holidays; and Concessions.

Useful Information

  • Cumbria Artefacts - See it do it

    Cumbria has a rich heritage of arts and culture as well as a thriving community of contemporary artists, craftspeople, theatres arts venues, Libraries, Archives, events and festivals.  Artefacts is designed to share with you some of that richness and to provide information that will enable audiences…

  • Active Cumbria – The Sport and Physical Activity Partnership

    Active Cumbria, the Sport and Physical Activity Partnership are one of 49 county sports partnerships covering England. The Partnership is a network of local agencies committed to working together to increase participation in sport and physical activity.  Our Partners include sport and non-sporting organisations. See…

  • Go Lakes – things to do in the Lakes and Cumbria

    Stunning views and some of England's finest scenery provide a backdrop to the wide choice of attractions and things to do in the Lake District.  Take a trip to Cumbria and indulge yourself in quality food and drink from cosy Lake District pubs and inns to…

  • Libraries in Cumbria

    It's free to join the library and to borrow books and all libraries have a range of adult and children's titles. DVDs and CDs are also available to borrow from many of the larger libraries at a small charge. All libraries in Cumbria have public…

  • Cumbria Adult Education

    What we deliverCumbria Adult Education, through its adult education and community development centres and partner organisations, delivers a wide range of learning opportunities in all parts of the county.  There are courses for people at all levels and interests, both qualification bearing and non-accredited, in…

Leisure