About Us

Westhill & District Community Sport and Leisure Hub (WDCSH) was established in 2014. A working group of interested parties was formed to determine the vision, aims and progress towards recognised sportscotland hub status.

We exist to bring the community together by providing pathways of opportunities as well as information, advice and support. The target — to make it easier for all people of all abilities in the Westhill area to get involved and engage in a more active/healthier lifestyle.

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To help sport and leisure grow and be sustainable moving forward, we’d like to improve the current levels and quality of facilities on offer to the Westhill and District community. We also want to get the most out of current amenities and support improvement where we can.

We hope to enhance links between schools and clubs and build closer relationships between clubs and with local businesses; promote the training and development of coaches; encourage the sharing of equipment; and to promote the role of sports science in diet and fitness.

If you’d like to get involved as an individual, a member organisation, or as a business interested in supporting our work in the community, click here.

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The 2018 Westhill 10k!

19092854_1554900271210779_1782836196082147467_oWe’re back! Following the success of the 2016 and 2017 Westhill 10k, we are delighted to open entries for the 2018 event, on Sunday 24th June. For the third year running, the Westhill and District Community Sport and Leisure Hub and Westhill 10k committee are organising the race day, which will once again be sponsored by Nicol of Skene.

This is a fun event organised to promote active participation in sporting events and wellbeing for all! There will once again be Primary and Secondary School races, before the 10k race at 10am. The categories are: P1 to P3 (600m), P4 to P7 (1k) and S1 to S3 (2.5k); entry to the children’s races is free.

Online registration is open for the Westhill 10k race and the children races here.

There is a chip timing system in place for the Westhill 10k race and it is a marshalled course with water stations and distance signage in place. Prizes will be on offer for first, second and third place finishers in each of the race categories and all runners will receive a race medal, t-shirt and a goody bag.

The Westhill 10k is once again proud to work with and support local charity, SensationALL at the 2018 event.

Keep up -to-date with race day news and entry places via the Westhill 10k Facebook page.  #Westhill10k #runlocal



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