We invest every penny to build active and healthy communities
Tees Active is a leading charitable trust providing sport, leisure and wellbeing services to communities in partnership with Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council. We are passionate about the power of physical activity and believe that everyone should have equal opportunities to enjoy the abundance of health benefits associated with leading an active and healthy lifestyle. As non-profit-distributing social enterprise, we combine the principled ethos of the public sector with the commercial agility of the private sector to provide a supportive, successful and sustainable service for future generations.
We inject energy and passion into everything we do. We drive innovation and embrace change to spark passion, inspire creativity and motivate everyone to accomplish their goals.
We stand for collaboration, trust and transparency. Guided by a shared vision, we are committed to engaging with our partners, workforce and customers to achieve collective goals and boost community wellbeing in a clear, honest and responsible way.
We strive for excellence and aim to exceed expectations, every time. Propelled by our reputation, we go the extra mile because it is who we are, acting with passion, integrity and intent. We aspire to be an
influential and industry-leading voice within the public leisure sector.
We enrich lives through
encouragement, experience and enjoyment. We champion community wellbeing and inspire healthy lifestyles by advocating an inclusive environment where everyone can feel positive, have fun and thrive in their community.
We've been serving the community of Stockton-on-Tees since 2004.
Our venues and services rely on a passionate team of over 350.
We have held the Customer Service Excellence Award for over 10 years.
Visits to our venues in 2018/19
Tees Active have formed an exciting partnership with Water Babies Tees Valley to further develop the swimming programme at Tees Active.
On Friday 21st August the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, along with local MP Matt Vickers, visited the new IB Leisure facility at Ingleby Barwick.
Tees Active opened its latest venue on Monday 10th August, a brand new leisure centre in the heart of Ingleby Barwick – IB Leisure!
On Saturday 25th July we were finally able to open the doors of our leisure centres and welcome you all with, socially distanced, open arms and we couldn’t be happier!
Tees Active’s latest update surrounding the reopening of our venues after lockdown.
Stockton’s leisure centres have donated over £1000 worth of confectionery from their cafés and vending machines to support frontline staff at The University Hospital of North Tees and James Cook University Hospital.
Social distancing and self-isolation can be really hard to deal with. It’s normal to feel anxious, frustrated or bored. If you’re worried about the effect it will have on your mental health, you are not alone.
Tees Active’s free online workout hub, helping people to stay active during the Coronavirus pandemic!
Find out more about how Tees Active are working with partners to drive positive change in the community.