Access to Leisure

If you receive a Personal Budget from the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead through Adult Services, our new Access to Leisure package may be for you!

Come along and have a chat to our staff and we can offer you gym, swimming, yoga, pilates, dance, aerobics and SMILE activities all pre-paid on your Advantage Card!

You will have access to:

  • Regular exercise to improve your health and strength
  • Special stability classes to help reduce the likelihood of falling
  • Guidance on re-enablement - to get you back on your feet
  • Opportunities to meet new friends and get out and about more often

Step 1

Get in touch with your Care Manager

Step 1

Step 2

Book a leisure centre assessment

Step 3

Say hello to a new world of regular exercise

Step 3


Advantage Card - free to residents of the Borough

Advantage Card

Residents and non-residents of Windsor & Maidenhead can apply for an Advantage Card (free to residents), which can be used to receive discounts in a number of areas around the Borough, such as car parks, leisure centres, shops and hotels and much more. See our Discount Listing webpage for a complete list.

SMILE

SMILE

The SMILE programme is an exercise and activity club for you if you're 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 years or over. The sessions are closely supervised by qualified and experienced instructors, and focus on activities to improve and maintain mobility and stability.

Leisure Centres across the borough.

Leisure Centres

Come and experience the friendly atmosphere of our Leisure Centres. We have qualified staff at all the sites on hand to help whether you're looking for a specific programme for weight-loss, injury recovery or just want to take a dip in the pool. (Magnet & Windsor only)

Bus passConcessionary Fares

National Bus Pass Scheme for Older People and Disabled People
If you're of eligible age or have a registered disability you are entitled to a national bus pass which allows you to enjoy free off-peak travel on local bus services anywhere in England.


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Published: Mon, 24 Nov 2014 11:45:32
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