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Disability Inclusive Sports Club

Gym Tots (Towcester Centre For Leisure)

Jackson White Tae Kwon Do

Leisure Leagues

South Northants BSAC

South Northants Council Football

Step by Step Dance

Touche Fencing

Towcester Badminton Club

Towcester Town Football Club

World Jado Kuin Do

Join in with our Triathlon Club


Join in with our Freediving Club

DISC welcomes all children and adults with a disability or special need, together with their families and carers whilst attending club events.

There is a small sessional charge, which includes sports and swimming, of £3.00 per member or £6.00 for a family ticket, normal charges are subsidised by our sponsors listed at the foot of this page together with your club fundraising initiatives.

We meet up at the Towcester Centre for Leisure on Sunday afternoons.

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Musical warm up and Gymnastics class for 18 months and over, a structured class for both the parent and child. Our instructors are British Gymnastics qualified with over 15 years experience.

A family oriented club with students of all ages. Promotional offers available. First training session FREE. Tae Kwon Do.... the fastest growing Martial Art​.

With your first lesson FREE with family discounts Taekwondo is an affordable activity for all the family To claim your free lesson attend one of the beginner classes at a location of your choice.

Click on the family Activity or Classes link to find a class suitable for you or to find out more. Contact the club here.


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Scuba Diving, snorkelling and club member swimming

Club night is Monday night 8.00 - 9.00pm

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Football sessions by Wildcats and Football Mash Up.

Sessions for girls and sessions for boys. Wednesday (girls) 15.45-17.45, Thursday (boys) 16.15-17.15 & Friday (boys) 16.45 - 17.45

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Ballroom and Latin Dance Tuition

Adult beginner 19:00-20:00

Adult Improver 20:00-21:00

Contact Jayne: or phone on 07776 217777

Touché Fencing Club was founded by coaching couple Hilary and Baldip Sahota and has been located in Towcester for approximately 10 years.

Situated at the leisure centre, our club has excellent facilities with changing rooms and showers for use of TFC members.

A viewing gallery provides a safe and convenient meeting point for junior members allowing their parents/carers to see what is going on with the fencing.

Wednesday night is the club night. Contact the club here.


Club Night is Tuesday and Friday nights.

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The History of Towcester Town Football ClubThe club was formed in 1988, when a group of parents set about providing football for the youth of Towcester. Following early training sessions for mainly boys of 12 years of age and under, word soon spread around the local schools and within weeks over 50 boys were attending the Saturday morning training sessions.

It was decided that the newly formed club would enter the Northampton & District Youth Alliance League at under 12 level, a committee was formed and the club entered its first season with a mixture of players ranging from 10 to 12 years of age who were eligible to play.

The first U12 team was managed by Phil Gibbins and assisted by Dave Norton. They were soon joined by Dave Linnell, John Taylor, Pater Atkinson and Jim Shaw, to lay the foundations of the first committee. Two members of the initial committee, Dave Norton and Dave Linnell were later to become Presidents of the club.

The first season was extremely frustrating in terms of results, but proved to be a very sound learning base for all. However the club was growing stronger in terms of more boys attending training sessions and for the following season it was decided to add an additional team to the league.

The club continued to grow and 1994 saw the introduction of our hugely successful tournament. The tournament has now grown into a popular event and a regular feature in the local calendar, with many teams playing on the recreation ground and Towcester Primary School over the first weekend of June.

Not only is the tournament a great success in terms of the quality of the football being played, but it is also plays a big part in our fund raising activities.2004 saw the introduction of girls football to TTFC and also saw the club being awarded the FA Charted Standard Award .

In 2009 we were successful in our application to become a Community Standard Club.Today the club is continuing to build on the hard work from its founders, with a strong committee and group of like-minded managers and coaches and to give our local children the opportunity to play football in a fun, structured organisation.

In 2014 the club fielded its first adult team for 30 years.Starting with our very popular Mini Kickers we now have teams, between U7s and Adults, now representing Towcester, the club are looking forward to its future growth and development.

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Jado Kuin Do is a modern day, practical art of self defence founded by Master Jake D. Ogden in 1998.

Jake trained for many years in traditional kung fu (Lee Chuan Fa, Wing Chun) and Judo. Later, in a quest for further knowledge fuelled by his interest in martial arts he studied Kickboxing, Thai Boxing, Karate and Taekwondo attained Black Belt Dan/Degree grades in all of them.

He has also studied Wing Chun and attained Black Sash.The main focus behind the formation of Jado Kuin Do was to bring together the combative skills that Jake had learnt that could be readily adapted to the modern age.

Jake has kept the traditional values of his earlier arts, but through well researched scientific concepts and over 30 years of continuous study and experience, Jake was able to form the respectable art of Jado Kuin Do.

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