Back to Netball sessions are taking place in Harrow and Brent, aimed at providing women of all ages with a gentle re-introduction into the sport
On 2 October 2015 Marlborough Sports Garden hosted the launch of a brand new Pattball court in Southwark. The event saw local school children from both primary and secondary schools take part and play on the first official court at Marlborough Sports Garden.
From 7 September to 13 September 2015, you can get involved in the first European Week of Sport by taking part in the #MostActiveCity #BeActive photo challenge. Show the world how you choose to #BeActive in London #MostActiveCity and be in with a chance to win Amazon & Decathlon vouchers.
Judo is a fantastic way to get fit and build strength. It increases flexibility and mobility, teaches discipline and respect and encourages new friendships in a supportive local club environment. Read how Paul Montgomery encouraged his son to try out a new sport and download a free voucher for your first session below.
British Cycling’s Sky Ride Local programme brings more than 200 local rides to Londoners in 2015 together with Transport for London (TfL). This summer, Sky Ride Local rides will also include a number of routes designed specifically with Santander Cycles in mind – giving you chance to see Regent’s Park, Clapham and Wandsworth Common, Battersea Park and many more – on a hired bicycle. Santander Cycles will be provided free of charge during the ride.
Croydon will be going batty this summer when Ping! – the free street table tennis festival – bounces into town. The ping pong extravaganza will see over 15+ ping pong tables springing up across Croydon’s landmarks locations – from shopping centres and cafes to shopping parades and even outside East Croydon station. The tables will pop up from 22nd June to 21st August; to join in the fun, simply grab a bat from the side of the table and play – absolutely free of charge!
Do you want to challenge yourself and raise money for homeless people? Join St Mungo’s Broadway for their Senate House Abseil and make your way down this iconic London building, all 90 metres! You’ll be raising money for St Mungo’s Broadway, a homelessness charity that provides a bed and support to more than 2,500 people a night.