Hillingdon is the second largest borough in London. With more than 200 green spaces and the most Green Flag awards in the UK, a range of high quality leisure facilities, various heritage sites and vibrant town centres, there are plenty of places to visit and activities for residents, visitors and people who work in the borough to take part in.

Local heritage is important and two of the borough’s flagship sites are Manor Farm and the Battle of Britain Bunker. The Manor Farm site at Ruislip houses a unique collection of historic buildings and archaeological remains and the Battle of Britain Bunker in Uxbridge played a significant role in the second world war. 

The borough has some of the best sport and fitness facilities in London including, Hillingdon Sports and Leisure complex in Uxbridge, which has an Olympic-sized 50 metre indoor competition pool, a 1930s outdoor lido and athletics stadium. Hillingdon also offers a range of outdoor gyms, bowling greens, skate parks, tennis courts, BMX and cycle track. 

In recent years, the borough has had a strong representation at the London Youth Games, entering most competitions and seeing regular success in Sailing, BMX and Swimming. In 2018, Hillingdon was awarded the first ever ‘Respect the Games’ award, which symbolises the fair play and team spirit across the borough.

Name: Kim Truelove

Email: ktruelove@hillingdon.gov.uk

Telephone: 01895 277 766











To get involved in our competitions, you will need to contact the BTO in your borough or via the LYG App you can register your interest.

Only a BTO or nominated Team Manager (TM) can enter a competition. A Borough can enter any number of Borough/ Open/ Schools competitions with a maximum of 1 team per competition. 

A competitor is eligible to represent a borough if they are a resident or attend a school or college of further education in that borough. You cannot represent more than one borough in the same competition but competitors are allowed to compete for different boroughs in different competitions.