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 Olympus World
 Jan 14th, 2010

To see an up-to-date calender for your timeshare weeks click on the "Links" button to the left of the page, scroll to the bottom and click on "calender". You can then download the Adobe pdf. document. This calender runs until 2018. We will endeavour to have an easier and clearer link shortly so that you can see at a glance when your weeks begin and and end. The 'Tekkies' (Mark and Charlie) are working on it!

Here below is Charlie, doing something 'technical' on the resort computers!

Club Olympus 'Tekkie' Team

 Olympus World
 Apr 23rd, 2009

The Leeming Wells Hotel is part of the Olympus Group and also acts as the UK headquarters


It is set in the rolling hills and wild moorland of Bronte country near Haworth, home of the famous Bronte writing family.

We have launched a new website dedicated to this beautiful Boutique country hotel. You can find it at

If you would like to know more about staying at the Leeming Wells Hotel, have a look at the website here




 Olympus World
 Mar 13th, 2009

After the sudden loss of Tony Hartley, the club Secretary on the 21st of February, a memorial service is being held on Monday the 16th of March in Altrincham, Manchester. Tony's Obituary is posted below. Other new posts have been added below the obituary but all new posts will now be above as we return to normal service - Club Olympus.

 Olympus World
 Jan 12th, 2009

As well as being the headquarters of Club Olympus in the UK, Leeming Wells is also a beautiful boutique hotel. Many of our Club Olympus timeshare owners and guests also stay at the Leeming Wells Hotel.

Set in the heart of "Bronte" country in Oxenhope near Haworth, Leeming Wells is perfect for a weekend break or mid-week stay. It is surrounded by gorgeous Yorkshire Dales countryside and dramatic moorland. Directly next door is the famous Dog and Gun Pub which has some of the best food around.

The Dog and Gun has two roaring log fires and on a freezing, wet miserable night if you can't be in Tenerife, here is not a bad choice and the Menu is outstanding.

The Leeming Wells Hotel has beautiful rooms and it is only £70 per night for two people in a double room including breakfast.

Haworth village is minutes away by car. The cities of leeds and Bradford are within easy driving distance. We are on the doorstep of the Worth Valley Steam Railway and are in the center of a walkers paradise.

If you would like to know more call Louise (below) on 01535 640050

Or Andrea (below) on the same number


The Leeming Wells Hotel is a delightful place to stay so if you fancy a break enjoying our Yorkshire hospitality then give the girls a call. We have recently been working towards permission to extend the hotel. Eventually we would like to have Leeming Wells as a timeshare destination.

For any enquiries about our main resort in Tenerife call Sue or Cassie on 00 34 922 795606.

Here below are you some useful links if you wish to visit the hotel or are in the Oxenhope/Haworth area. The city of Bradford is not too far away and has a reputation for the best curries in the UK so we have included links to a couple of the seriously recommended restaurants.

Oxenhope Village (Wikipedia)

Worth Valley Steam Railway

 Haworth Village Website

Dog and Gun Website

National Media Museum Bradford

Bradford Curry Guide (Informal)

Akbars Curry Restaurant Bradford (outstanding!)

Sweet Centre Restaurant (even more outstanding!!)


 Olympus World
 Nov 24th, 2008

Retired Premiership Referee Jeff Winter was the guest speaker at a Club Olympus sponsored charity event.

Here is Ivan getting the Red Card from Mr Winter!

The event was a charity dinner held at The Leeming Wells Hotel, headquarters of the Olympus Group in the UK. The charity benefitting from the event was The Manorlands Sue Ryder Hospice based in Oxenhope, West Yorkshire. £2,700 was raised for Manorlands at the dinner which was organised by Mick and Kath Roper of The Dog and Gun pub (situated right next door to Leeming Wells).

Jeff Winter, pictured here with Olympus Chairman Hedley Rhodes, was also promoting his new book. He signed copies of the book and also brought a number of items for the charity auction which was attended by 90 local business people, local dignitaries and members of the police and fire services.

Tony gets a Red card as well!

It was an excellent evening topped off with a very entertaining and enlightening ‘after dinner’ speech by Mr Winters (Click here for his wikipedia profile). We pointed out some of the truly awful decisions that he made against Leeds United and he expressed his opinion and attempted to defend the indefensible! Great fun.

Club Olympus supports a number of charity organisations with Manorlands Hospice being one of our primary choices.

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