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  • Five different sporting organisations preparing to spring back into action once pandemic restrictions are lifted, have been given a cash boost by the Leighton-Linslade Sports Council.   The  Sports Council, a grass-roots organisation which for over 50 years has helped a wide variety of sporting activities in the community to grow, develop and flourish, is funded by the Town Council.   In the latest batch of awards, rugby, football, swimming, running and tennis clubs serving

  • Course Title: Virtual Multi-Sport Time to Listen Course Date: Tuesday 23rd February 2021 Time: 18.00-21.30 Location: Online, Zoom. Cost: £40 per person. Description: This virtual Time to Listen workshop for Club Welfare Officers (CWO) will be delivered via Zoom over 3.5 hours and at the end of the course participants will be able to: – Identify what a club welfare officer does – Describe how a club welfare officer works with others to create a child centred environment – Explain how the

  • A life-long member of the Leighton Buzzard community who has raised over £75,000 for local and national charities helping the young, the elderly, the sick and the needy, has been awarded the BEM in the New Year honours list. Retired bookmaker Geoffrey Dimmock, 78, raised the money for worthy causes with an annual golf-charity day and other activities at Leighton’s Plantation Road golf club where he has been a member for 30 years. Boosted by

  • Despite the social restrictions to help curb the spread of the Covid 19 virus, there’s no shortage of Christmas spirit at Leighton Buzzard’s Plantation Road golf club. Last year, a three-strong group of ladies dressed up as elves to help Santa on his busiest night of the year……this year three have become four – a number familiar to wayward golfers – and celebrated the festive season by turning up for their regular Tuesday gathering dressed

  • The daughter of Leighton Buzzard Golf Club’s highly-regarded professional is to be the next Captain of the Junior Section. Seventeen year-old Olivia Campbell will succeed Ed Stephenson in January – with Ed’s younger brother George her Vice Captain. Olivia, whose dad Maurice has been the Leighton club professional for almost 20 years, took up golf ten years ago and now plays off a handicap of 20. A member of the Leighton junior team that won

Leighton Linslade Sports Council

Welcome to Leighton Linslade Sports Council website. Our aim is to Educate, Promote and Influence for all sports in Leighton Buzzard, Linslade and District.

We are run by volunteers from all our member clubs.

All clubs in the town are welcome to join the council and support our efforts to provide sport for as many residents as possible.


• Promotion

• Encourage/increase promotion of sports club in Leighton Buzzard area

• Influence

• Seek to influence all local authorities to support sport in Leighton Linslade

• Educate

• Offer sports-related educational opportunities