We run a variety of sport and activity sessions and events within the district:
We are running a three-year project that aims to get more people taking part in sport.
Sports courses last between four and eight weeks and are run by sports club coaches.
Street Sports are informal sports activities for 11 to 19 year olds. They are free to attend and include sports such as football, dodgeball, and cricket.
Walking football is a standard game of football specifically designed for adults aged 35+ where players walk instead of run.
PEDALS is a cycling scheme for disabled people and their families, who are aged 8 and over. The scheme is free of charge and involves instructor-led sessions.
U Canoe gives students the chance to try canoeing within a swimming pool using inflatable canoes.
We run weekly sports sessions for disabled people at day care centres across the district.
We offer free sports sessions to colleges and sixth forms to help increase the number of people aged 16+ participating in sport.
We work closely with local schools across the district to help promote sport.
We offer a wide variety of fun activities and courses to keep children active and entertained.
We publicise events on our Facebook page.