19 more reminders of Crowtree Leisure Centre - from martial arts to antique exhibitions

We’ve delved deep into the archives to find another selection of Crowtree Leisure Centre photos.

Tuesday, 29th October 2019, 11:45 am
Updated Monday, 4th November 2019, 7:08 pm
The European Karate Championships came to Crowtree in 2003.

Whether it is boxing, karate, a meet-the-author day or a bowls finals, Crowtree hosted the lot.

And we have got the photos to prove it.

Thousands of you took a look at our last Crowtree selection so here are 19 completely different pictures for you to browse through.

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These children got to enjoy a Book Festival at Crowtree in 2007 and look how much fun they had at this reading session.
Tony Jeffries in full flow in a 2009 Crowtree fight against Roy Meissner.
Young cheerleaders were practising their skills as part of the Change 4 Life project in 2010. Recognise anyone?
The Great Britain team in action in a four-way trampolining competition 13 years ago.
The Chipper Club was a regular visitor to Crowtree. Remember this?
The cast of the show Playdays was pictured at Crowtree in 1998. Are you in the photo?
These youngsters were enjoying a day out at Crowtree in 1997. Remember this?
Representatives at Communities Together were pictured at a volunteer event in 2004. Remember this?
Bowls was a big attraction at Crowtree and here's a scene from a 2007 Inter County Play-Off finals.
Back to 1990 when a coaching lesson with Sunderland striker Marco Gabbiadini attracted plenty of visitors.
Aerobics instructor Ellen Hargreaves leads an aerobics class in September 1987. Were you a part of it?
Newsboys and girls on their annual outing at Crowtree. Are you in the photo?
Philip Thompson, 11, is pictured with his commemorative medal when he became the five millionth visitor to the centre in October 1981.
Did you get a valuation on a prizes possession at Crowtree at the 1983 visit of the Antiques Roadshow?
Wearside women were at Sunderland Crowtree Leisure Centre to take part in two Guinness workouts. Remember this?
More than 1,200 people took the plunge for charity in 1986 at Crowtree Leisure Centre. Were you one of them?
The Mayor of Sunderland, Councillor Tony Burgham, levels off the foundation stone for Crowtree with the help of two men on the building site in 1975.
The walkway to Crowtree pictured 21 years ago.
A busy scene as Crowtree Leisure Centre undergoes work in August 1999.
What are your best memories of time spent at Crowtree? Email [email protected]