Sheffield City Trust. The Health And Wellbeing Charity

Bringing Physical Health And Wellbeing To The People Of Sheffield

What We Do

Sheffield City Trust was the first leisure trust formed in the UK. Since 1987 we've led the way with an unrivalled mix of sport, leisure and entertainment venues to become The Health and Wellbeing Charity.

In the last 30 years, we've been here to inspire people to be active, to enjoy sociable activities with friends and deliver a lasting legacy for our venues. We are proud to be part of the fabric of our greater city.

Our not-for-profit status means all our surplus is reinvested in improving our venues and activities to ensure that we are here for the communities that we serve. Since 1990, we have invested around £50m in improving our facilities and reaching more local communities with our activities. 

From afternoon tea-dances in the art-deco surroundings of Sheffield City Hall to swimming in the Olympic Pool at Ponds Forge, our venues welcome over 4 million people every year. 

Our open to all philosophy ensures that our activities and facilities provide for everyone in our communities across the city. 


We Bring Communities Together

Health and Wellbeing is not just about hitting the gym, that's why we're so much more than just our venues.

From Winn gardens to Shiregreen and Darnall, Sheffield City Trust runs activities across the city outside of our venues; in local community centres, schools and care homes.

Our Work In The Community

We Support The City

From low-level improvements to big initiatives that really deliver change, we've always valued our part in supporting Sheffield to strive to meet its ambition.

City Wide Initiatives

Meet Our Trustees

As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re managed by a board of trustees from a range of backgrounds.

This brings a comprehensive mix of professional skills & knowledge providing strategic direction to the organisation.

Our trustees