Sport for Everyone

There are plenty of activities in Mole Valley to help you achieve the recommended 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity each week.

Activity Finder

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Community Sport Development

Mole Valley District Council (MVDC) works closely with a number of local and national partners on various community sport development projects. With the aim of getting local residents more active through fun and accessible sporting initiatives.

MVDC also supports local clubs with becoming more sustainable along with offering advice on funding, coach development, marketing and member recruitment.

For information about funding, visit MVDC's Funding and Grants page or Active Surrey's Funding page.

For a list of current courses, events and workshops in Surrey, visit the Active Surrey website.

MVDC also produces an e-newsletter bi-monthly called Sport Update which provides information on local sports: clubs, workshops, jobs, insight and much more.

For more information on our sports development initiatives or general support, please email or call 01306 879194.


Mole Valley's Inclusive Sport Project

Disability Friendly Sessions in; Boccia, Football/Futsal, Golf, Gymnastics, Outdoor Activities, Parkour, Shooting, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball and Walking.


Dorking Sports Centre - This modern centre offers a great range of sports and leisure facilities.

Leatherhead Leisure Centre - Offers a fantastic and diverse range of indoor and outdoor leisure facilities.

Recreation and Play Facilities - There are many recreation areas and play facilities across the district catering for a range of ages and interests.

Deepdene Trail - Visitors are able to enjoy free access to one of the country's most historically significant gardens - privately owned since their creation in the 17th Century.

Specsavers Surrey Youth Games - Up to seven weeks free training in a range of sports for children 7 - 16 between April - June annually. Registration opens March.

Tennis Courts - See available tennis courts available to members of the community in Dorking, Ashtead, Leatherhead and Bookham.

Activities for older people

There are many activities in Mole Valley for older people to enjoy and be more active. You can find a number of activities at the Fairfield Centre in Leatherhead and The Christian Centre in Dorking. If  you enjoy walking, you may also like to get involved in one of our free Walk for Health walks.

See below a list of a few clubs which are suitable for older people:


Bury Hill Fisheries

Dorking Angling Society

Henfold Fisheries

Leatherhead and District Angling Society

Ockley Angling Society


Ashtead Bowling Club

Bookham Bowls Club

Brockham Bowls Club

Dorking Bowling Club

Leatherhead Bowls Club

Mole Valley Indoor Bowling Club

Newdigate Bowls Club

Pippbrook Bowling Club

Football (walking)

Surrey Football Association

Netball (Walking)

Blue Swans Walking Netballers


Bookham Rifle Club

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