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Sports Pitches in Eddington

The pitches around Eddington are all managed through the Portal website.

City Council Sports

Cambridge City Council offer a wide range of sporting opportunities from pitch hire and swimming pools to specialist access for people with disabilities. Information about Cambridge City Council’s sports facilities is best accessed through their website:­/sport-and-fitness

University of Cambridge Sports Centre

Although the Sports Centre provides a hub for Sport at Cambridge University, anyone can become a member of our gym and use our facilities. You do not need a connection to the University and we have some competitive membership options available.

Opened in 2013, the University Sports Centre has a fitness suite, strength & conditioning room, sports hall, squash and fives courts, studios and a team training room used by international performance athletes. We offer
a wide range of sports clubs and fitness classes for both members and casual users.

Sport at Cambridge is supported by our world-class facilities. The University Sports Service is committed to developing sport within the University and across Cambridgeshire.

You can find out more at:

Chesterton Sports Centre

Gilbert Road, Cambridge CB4 3NY
Tel: 01223 576110 or visit: 

The ArC Children’s Centre is the local Children’s Centre for your area. It is located at The Arc, 82 Akeman Street, Cambridge, CB4 3HG.

For more information:
Tel: (01223) 703828

There are several Pre-Schools and Parent and Toddler Groups:

Under Fives Roundabout based at Mayfield School, Warwick Road, Cambridge
Tel: (01223)

Cottontails Pre-School, Cotton Hall, Cambridge Road, Girton CB3 0PN
Tel: 07935 224607 or visit:

St. Lukes Pre-school based at St. Lukes Schools, French’s Road, Cambridge CB4 3JZ
Tel: (01223) 464927
or visit:


Cambridge City Council’s Children and Young People’s Participation Service, works with children and young people of all ages across the city, organising activities in local neighbourhoods in response to need.

For more information please visit:­/chypps-overview

Girton Youth Project

At Girton Youth Project, we want to offer local children & young people aged 8 – 19yrs opportunities for fun, trying new things and being introduced to experienced youth workers for help and support.

If you are interested in coming along, we hold all GYP sessions at Cotton Hall, next to St Andrews church.

For more information:

Between them these centres offer a wide range of daytime and evening activities and events:

St Augustine’s Church Hall, Richmond Road, Cambridge CB4 3PS
Tel: 01223 364929 or visit:

Castle Street Methodist Church, Castle Street, Cambridge CB3 0AH

Mayfield Primary School, Warwick Road, Cambridge CB4 3HN
Tel: (01223) 712127 or visit:

St. Lukes Church and Community Centre, Victoria Road, Cambridge CB4 3DZ
Tel: (01223) 311136 or visit:

The Meadows Community Centre, 1 St. Catherine’s Street, Cambridge CB4 3XJ
Tel: (01223) 508140 or visit:

Girton Pavillion, Girton Recreation Ground, Cambridge Road, Girton CB3 OFH
Tel: (01223) 472181

For information on Faith buildings and places of worship in Cambridge visit:­cambridge/­placesofworship.html

The nearest libraries are situated at:

  • Central Library, 7 Lion Yard, Grand Arcade, Cambridge, CB2 3QD
  • Arbury Court, Arbury Road, Cambridge, CB4 2JQ
  • Milton Road Library, Ascham Road, Cambridge CB4 2JQ

For more information about libraries visit: www.cambridgeshire.­­4/find_a_library

North West and West Forum brings together residents, local authorities and developers in an information exchange concerning the new housing developments on the North West of Cambridge. It is jointly hosted by Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council. Open to everybody and a chance to meet those working on the sites and other residents to discuss relevant issues.

To find out more visit:­/­north-west-cambridge-community-forum

The Community Chest is a small pot of funding, set up to support the development of new projects and community activities taking place in and around the growth sites in North West Cambridge. Grants of up to £250 can be given to support or kick-start projects that develop community spirit, bring the sections of the neighbourhood together and support community activity.

For more information contact Lisa Pollitt, Community Development Officer for North West Cambridge (01223) 471674 or email

Residents Groups

There are a number of residents groups in your area. For more information about how to join a group or to set up a residents group please visit:­/­residents-associations

There are lots of great activities and days out in Cambridge. To find out what’s happening visit: www.visitcambridge.­org/whats-on

To find out about charities and voluntary groups in Cambridge, or to become a volunteer, contact: