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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

Nov 2019

  • 19/11/2019 -Ladies Touch Rugby
    • 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ Wright’s Meadow

    • 26/11/2019 -Ladies Touch Rugby
      • 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ Wright’s Meadow

      • Dec 2019

      • 03/12/2019 -Ladies Touch Rugby
        • 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ Wright’s Meadow

        • 10/12/2019 -Ladies Touch Rugby
          • 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ Wright’s Meadow

          • 17/12/2019 -Ladies Touch Rugby
            • 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ Wright’s Meadow

            • Sports Council Latest News

              • England rugby legend Gareth Chilcott told a Leighton Buzzard audience on Friday that the country should celebrate the performance of the national team in the World Cup finals.   The former Bath, England and British Lions prop, speaking at skipper Robbie John’s Captains Supper at Leighton Buzzard golf club, said England’s semi-final victory over New

              • SIX TRY BUZZARDS OVERCOME VIPERS SECOND-HALF BITE   LEIGHTON BUZZARD 38 – 15 VIPERS   Leighton Buzzard stay four points clear at the top of Midlands 2 East (South) league with their latest bonus point victory against Leicester-based Vipers. Although Buzzards scored six fine tries, this was at times a rather scrappy performance as Leighton’s

              •   LEICESTER FOREST 12 – 28 LEIGHTON BUZZARD Leighton Buzzard are now four points clear in Midlands 2 East (South) league after a convincing performance away at previous league leaders Leicester Forest.  This was a fine team performance based on an excellent performance by the pack, particularly in the scrum, resolute defence and a cutting

              • This Sunday was Leighton Buzzard Canoe Club’s annual Remembrance Race, 15 miles from Great Linford to Milton Keynes. The race sees the profits going to the Poppy Appeal and starts after a 2-minute silence at 11am. The race involves 4 portages, which includes running around ‘three locks’ together on the grand union canal. The A

              •   The new Captain of the 100-strong Ladies Section at Leighton Buzzard gold club will be installed today (Tues)….with her husband waiting in the wings to take over as Captain of the Senior Section.   Mum of three Christine Rimmer succeeds Carmen White-Lawes as Ladies Captain just four years after joining the Plantation Road club


              • This Sunday was the first of six of the Winter Series races that was being held in Bishop Stortford. This is different to the divisional summer races in that it takes place in age groups. On the 3 mile course in the under 14 girls and in her first year in this age group Kayleigh

              • A squad of Leighton Buzzard golfers has won a coveted Bedfordshire County title in a competition which has taken six months to complete. For the third time in a decade, the Plantation Road club has been crowned County Mid-Handicap League champions in an event in which 25 teams took part. Leighton beat The Bedford 3-2

              • Leighton Linslade Town Council and CHUMS have sponsored these safeTALK training sessions. Diane Barnes is a qualified safeTALK trainer and is delivering 2 free training session for up to 30 people each. The course is open to adults and anyone 15 years old and over. safeTALK is suicide alertness for everyone helping create suicide safer

              • This Sunday saw the first of the new season of Hasler racing for Leighton Buzzard Canoe Club, taking place at Chelmsford Canoe Club. The only paddler on the 12-mile course was Mike Martin in division 3 singles, who had 10 portages (canal locks to run around while carrying the boat) and came in 3rd. On