The RTC (Rede Tyne and Coquet) Sports & Leisure centre is located on the edge of Otterburn Village and offers some great facilities to the local communities in the Rede, North Tyne and Coquet valleys.
The building contains a sports hall, changing facilities with showers, a fully equipped gym and a social area. Outside is a sports field with football pitch.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update (October 2020)
With the easing of restrictions, the Trustees are committed to reopening The RTC Sports Hall and Otterburn Gym as soon as the COVID transmission risk can be lowered to a reasonably practicable level.
We are now able to offer two classes per week. More info
Please note: These classes are currently taking a break. We are hoping to restart these w/c 19th October 2020, but this will depend on what restrictions are in place at the time
Monday : 10am to 11am. Low Impact Exercise and whole body toning – £5 per session
Wednesday: 7pm to 8pm. Mixed ability exercise and whole body toning – £5 per session.
Numbers are limited to 8 per session and each participant will be allocated a specific area in which to exercise so as to ensure social distancing. Places must be booked in advance each week. If you would like to book a space, please email Gill Chilvers on email@example.com
Otterburn Gym: The gym is now open. An email has been sent to gym members with the new procedures for using the gym while COVID-19 restrictions are in place. Members must book a session before attending the gym. https://www.otterburngym.co.uk/
North Tyne Youth: We are working towards being able to welcome Otterburn youth groups back to the RTC just after the schools reopen in September. Meanwhile Zoom meetings will continue, Please see the NTY Facebook page for more details.: https://www.facebook.com/northtyneyouth.
In the meantime, please feel free to use the field for outdoor exercise, following social distancing guidelines. Families are encouraged to use the outdoor tables, but the Trustees ask that you kindly take any litter home with you. Just as a reminder, and as most people are aware, there are no dogs allowed on the playing fields or premises of the RTC.
We hope that all our users, friends and families are managing to stay fit and well and we look forward to welcoming people back to the centre soon.