The Wait Is Almost Over…

The Wait Is Almost Over…

The Wait Is Almost Over…

With refurbishment works near completion Carmarthen leisure centre gym will boast the biggest and most intuitive equipment within the fitness industry, courtesy of Life Fitness. Existing Members are being introduced to the new LF connect platform in readiness for this exciting exercise experience.

The fantastic revealing of the new fitness facility has been scheduled for 22nd October. So please beat the queues by speaking to an exercise instructor about joining LF connect & refer friends & family to our fantastic new &19.99 promotional offer on all of our memberships to see the unveiling of the most impressive facility in the county!

Click here to see our Carmarthen Leisure Centre Fitness Refurbishment video and take a look at some of the changes we've made.

Toddlers Make A ‘Splash’ In Amman Valley Leisure Centre

The recently introduced Splash lessons for under 4’s are proving a hit with parents and toddlers alike. The additional lessons link directly into the Learn to Swim Programme creating a transition from Grwp Splash: parent and baby sessions and finally to the aquatics activities such as Water Polo and Rookie Lifeguards.

When asked if she had seen an improvement in her daughter Mia (aged 4), Mrs Jenkins said: “Mia loves the lessons, her confidence has improved tremendously”.  Mrs Jenkin’s only regret was that she had not started Mia at a younger age, but seeing the advantages of the lessons has led to Mia’s sister Ella already starting in Splash at 2 years old.

Our NEW Splash programme in Carmarthenshire is designed to improve water confidence of children in a fun, enjoyable and safe environment.

Our Splash lessons are suitable for children 0 years and above. There is a support teacher in the water within Splash 1 to 5 who will help encourage and guide your child safely through the water. For very young children we ask parents to join their child in the water to become fully engaged in their child’s development and to further develop their child’s water skills outside of these lessons.  Badges and awards are available to help track your child’s progress throughout the programme. Splash sessions are available in Ammanford, Carmarthen and Llanelli, click on the location to find out when the next Splash sessions is on near you.

Brand New Lockers On Their Way!

New lockers are being installed across 3 sites in November with Ammanford Leisure Centre to shortly follow.

These 3 sites are: Carmarthen Leisure Centre, Llanelli Leisure Centre and Newcastle Emlyn Leisure Centre.

This project will involve the installation of brand new lockers to link in with the fitness suite refurbishments and will introduce electronic RFID locks which will work with the smart wrist bands customers will have access to. This is a safe, secure way for customers to keep their belongings without the worry of a key!

The remainder of the works will involve a complete repair of current lockers in Llandovery Swimming Pool with new coin return locks, keys and wrist straps which will be dual use to use with the new &1 coin which will be introduced in 2017.

This project is to improve our standards in this important area and to improve the customers experience in line with the rest of our facilities.

An Opportunity To Train Smarter, Better And More Effectively?? How You Ask, Synrgy 360 That’s How.

If you haven’t tried the revolutionary Synrgy experience yet at Carmarthen Leisure centre then be quick as 15 classes are on offer all-inclusive of core memberships, for a limited time only.

This cutting-edge equipment offers limitless training, and classes scheduled throughout the day are provided by Actif Sport & Leisure Fitness Teams. The SYNRGY360 'playground' apparatus is about more than just working out. This revolutionary concept provides countless opportunities to train smarter, better, and more effectively.

Take a look at our SYNRGY360 video for more information.

Fancy A Spin To Berlin??


Did you know a Spin to Berlin is approximately 970miles, I know what you’re thinking NO WAY. Well fear not we don’t expect you to do it for real, but if you ever did want to try it you can in our NEW Virtual Spin Experience.

The introduction of our brand new Lifecycle GX spin bikes to Carmarthen leisure centre has seen substantial growth due to the most in demand features and a bold rear flywheel design that spins like no other. The resistance is displayed on the console and can be easily adjusted from workout to workout. A Touch screen computer offers continued workout feedback on speed, calories, cadence, and heart rate offering all-round cardiovascular and conditioning results expected form a top-notch, indoor cycling experience. All fitness levels are catered for from beginners to advanced users every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7am Carmarthen leisure centre. Spinning county wide is now available with spin in St Clears Leisure CentreNewcastle Emlyn Leisure Centre, Llanelli Leisure Centre & Amman Valley Leisure Centre.


Looking For Something For Your Children To Do Over October Half term? Then Look No Further!

With a huge range of fun activities such as tag rugby, netball, a Halloween themed visit from Zoolab, treasure hunt as well as ‘wet and wild’ games in the pool you’re children are sure to have a fantastic time.

We also accept Child Care Vouchers from the following Organisations;

 - Edenred

 - Care4

 - Sodexo

 - Kiddivouchers

 - Computershare

For more information or to book online go to the Actif Club website.

Your Local Actif Club

Amman Valley Leisure Centre – 01269 594517

Carmarthen Leisure Centre – 01267 224700

Llanelli Leisure Centre - 01554 774757

Sign The Pledge. Make Sport Everyone's Game.

Sport is still awash with homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. New research for the Rainbow Laces campaign shows that:

• 72 per cent of football fans have heard anti-LGBT remarks at games over the last five years
• One in five 18 to 24-year-old sports fans say they’d be embarrassed if their favourite player came out
• Young sports fans are twice as likely to say anti-LGBT language is harmless if it’s just meant as 'banter'
• From a young age, many lesbian, gay, bi and trans people get the message that they are not welcome in sport.
Most sport fans and players do welcome and accept LGBT teammates and fans. We can’t let a small but vocal minority spoil the game for everyone else.
To make sport everyone’s game we need to come together to show that we support LGBT fans and players – as fans, players, clubs, leagues, governing bodies and sponsors. Whether or not you love sport, you can still play your part in helping the next generation of LGBT people thrive in sport.
Help us today: commit to make sport everyone’s game. Sign the pledge and share your commitment on social media, tag five friends who love sport and ask them to make a commitment too.
We need to send a positive message to our friends, our families and those who play and cheer alongside us: we welcome LGBT people in sport and we want to make sport everyone’s game.
Keep sharing. Together we can make sport everyone’s game.
Stonewall Cymru