Search

Get off the sofa with Havering Council’s range of New Year sports sessions

16:34 03 January 2014

Havering Council is urging the borough to get active

Havering Council is urging the borough to get active

Archant

If you’re desperate to get off the sofa this New Year, the council reckons it has a sport for everyone in Havering – from yoga and tai chi to football and netball.

A range of activities for disabled people, and sports for people of all ages and genders, are on offer across the borough.

As well as more demanding sports there are free walking sessions for everyone, and free use of swimming pools for people over 50.

For information about what you can do where, or to book a place, click the link on the right, call 01708 431 742 or e-mail karen.heilbrunn@havering.gov.uk.

Related articles

0 comments

Latest News Stories

Yesterday, 22:29
A portrait of Hayley Anderson (photo: Arnaud Stephenson)

Gemma Collins has walked out of the I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! jungle - Hayley Anderson asks - are we surprised?

Yesterday, 15:00
Musk turtles sold by Tisburys Aquatic Centre

They inspire terror in wayward ducklings, are a menace for anglers and can live for decades. What’s more they’ve made Havering home.

Yesterday, 12:00
Performing arts teacher Elaine Spires, at the Stages Studio, The Mercury, Mercury Gardens, Romford,

She’s an author, a screen writer, an actress, a performing arts teacher, a playwright and now the director of this year’s pantomime at the Brookside Theatre in Romford.

Fri, 18:28
Do you recognise this man?

This man is wanted for questioning by police in connection with two robberies in Romford town centre.

Most read news

WW100

Click on the banner above for full coverage of the centenary commemorations of the outbreak of the First World War.

News from your area

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Romford Recorder e-edition today E-edition

Protesters have been warned they are banned from setting up camp at the landmark.

John Cantlie features in the new IS video, in which he talks about a recent failed military attack.

From Britain First’s Facebook posts, you would assume they’d won the Rochester by-election. They didn’t, but they’re claiming it anyway.

At 100 years old, this was Ruby Holt’s first visit to the beach – and the first time she saw the ocean.