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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


Latest Events

May 2019

  • 28/05/2019 - 19/05/2020 -It's Touch Tuesday! Ladies Touch Rugby is now available at Leighton Buzzard RFC
    • 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ Wright’s Meadow

    • Sep 2019

    • 24/09/2019 -Touch Rugby
      • 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ Wright’s Meadow

      • Oct 2019

      • 01/10/2019 -Touch Rugby
        • 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ Wright’s Meadow

        • 08/10/2019 -Touch Rugby
          • 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ Wright’s Meadow

          • 15/10/2019 -Touch Rugby
            • 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ Wright’s Meadow

            • Sports Council Latest News

              •   LEIGHTON BUZZARD 22 – 17 NORTHAMPTON OLD SCOUTS Leighton Buzzard made a winning start to their Midlands East 2 (South) campaign beating a competitive and well- organised Northampton Old Scouts team. With both teams having been relegated last season, a competitive match was anticipated and so it proved. Despite holding the lead from just

              • Two ladies have won the right to represent Leighton Buzzard golf club in the regional finals of a national competition.   Niki Clarke and Vicki Pratt will represent the Plantation Road club in the Daily Mail foursomes and are waiting to hear who their opponents will be.   They topped the table in the Leighton

              •    GRANNIE JAN HITS A PURPLE PATCH… By her own admission, silverware has been a little scarce for proud grandmother Jan Harries in her 18 years as a member of Leighton Buzzard Golf Club – so she colourfully described winning two competitions in the space of weeks as a “purple patch.” Last month, Jan was

              •   The latest space-age technology is to be installed at Leighton Buzzard Golf Club in an investment being made by club Professional Maurice Campbell to help golfers improve their game. Maurice, 47, is marking the continuation of his 18-year tenure at the Plantation Road club he joined after moving to the UK from his native

              •   Jubilant Scottish golfers wasted no time in celebrating after completing a hat-trick of wins in Leighton Buzzard’s annual five-nation “international” on Saturday. The six-strong team with family roots north of the border had not won the coveted trophy until six years ago – and have now won it five times since breaking their duck.

              • The career rail industry project manager delivered a first-class performance to win the men’s Lucking Cup at Leighton Buzzard’s Plantation Road club where he has been a member for almost 20 years. A former Captain of the Seniors Section of the club, Linslade-based George claimed the scalps of four  experienced campaigners on his way to winning

              • Oil recycling apprentice Ed Stephenson is still celebrating an amazing six days in which he won twin golf club championships with his 17th birthday sandwiched between the two. But it was a close call for the former Vandyke student who was ten shots behind competition leader Jamie Stone after the first round of Leighton Buzzard Golf

              • Retired veterinary nurse Judy Ammon is Leighton Buzzard Golf Club’s new ladies champion, winning the title at her first attempt. The 12-handicap golfer carded a score of 174 after completing two rounds of the Plantation Road course in searing temperatures which forced several other players to retire. Judy, no stranger to winning prizes at the

              • Plans for a new state-of-the-art course irrigation system are to be discussed by members of Leighton Buzzard Golf Club, with a decision expected on the £500,000-plus project early next month. With the existing system, installed around 35 years ago, past its working life, in need of constant maintenance and not capable of being extended to

              • A 30-minute coaching lesson paid dividends for vision technician Billy O’Neill on Saturday when he won the Leighton Buzzard golf club Presidents’ Putter by a four shot margin – his 13thcompetition win since joining the Plantation Road club 28 years ago. Heath and Reach based Billy, 63, bucketed the other dozen trophies before a sudden