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  1. Friday 9.15am
    England Netball offers the sessions below. Back to Netball. Tuesdays 5pm. City Sport, The Franklin Building, 124 Goswell Road, EC1V 7DP. £3 (£1.50 students), age 16+. Back to Netball. Wednesdays 6.30pm. Sobell Leisure Centre, Hornsey Road, N7 7NY. £2.50, age 16+. Netball Now (Pay &…
  2. Tuesdays 5pm, Thursdays 1pm
    England Netball offers the sessions below. Back to Netball. Tuesdays 5pm. City Sport, The Franklin Building, 124 Goswell Road, EC1V 7DP. £3 (£1.50 students), age 16+. Back to Netball. Wednesdays 6.30pm. Sobell Leisure Centre, Hornsey Road, N7 7NY. £2.50, age 16+. Netball Now (Pay &…
  3. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday see list above for times and venues
    England Netball offers the sessions below. Back to Netball. Tuesdays 5pm. City Sport, The Franklin Building, 124 Goswell Road, EC1V 7DP. £3 (£1.50 students), age 16+. Back to Netball. Wednesdays 6.30pm. Sobell Leisure Centre, Hornsey Road, N7 7NY. £2.50, age 16+. Netball Now (Pay & Play). Wednesdays…
  4. Shaolin Temple UK is a martial arts school and centre for study of Shaolin culture, in particular Gong Fu-Ch’an, Qi Gong and Ch’an Buddhist Meditation. Students typically train both in Gong Fu and Qi Gong.
  5. There are a number of organisations and places in Islington that offer activities specifically for young people. Access to Sports offers a very wide range of sport and activity for young people Adventure playgrounds for 6-13 year olds Arsenal in the Community offers a wide range…
  6. Being active can help older people stay healthy and independent. The NHS website has information about the benefits of being healthy and activities to try. Age UK Islington Age UK Islington provides information and support to people aged over 55 in the borough. This includes activities taking…
  7. This page has: information about the benefits of walking websites and apps to support your walking walking maps for different parts of Islington walking in parks walking groups maps of local history and cultural routes in Islington walks through and near Islington Benefits of walking There are many…
  8. Find out about activities for women and girls in leisure centres and elsewhere. Football Beginners football for women aged 16+ Tuesday 7-8pm, Thursday 9.30-10.30am and Saturday 12-1pm Whittington Park, Holloway Road, N19 4RS. Cost £3 For more information about this session and other football for…
  9. Get into cycling in Islington: Islington Council offers free Bikeability cycle training courses to all residents, employees and students based in the borough. It also has information about bike parking, hiring a bike, and improving cycling in Islington Islington Council offers free bike repairs Join Islington…
  10. Islington Cycling Club has over 500 members. It is the largest sports club in Islington and the third largest cycling club in London. It was Sport Islington Club of the Year in 2015. The club offers organised weekly bike rides with local start points, training for young…
  11. Discovery with Three logo
Three have a purpose-built centre where individuals, local schools, clubs and organisations can come and ask about, explore, learn and enjoy digital technology. Individuals - Digital technology can be intimidating, new gadgets, new software, new features and apps, etc. We offer practical advice about how…
  12. Fitness First offers a gym and exercise classes. There are two sites in Islington: Angel http://www.fitnessfirst.co.uk/gyms/london-angel/ Highbury http://www.fitnessfirst.co.uk/gyms/london-highbury/
  13. Gymbox in Farringdon offers a gym and exercise classes. It has two locations in Islington: Farringdon http://gymbox.com/gyms/farringdon Old Street http://gymbox.com/gyms/old-street  
  14. Saturday 9am
    A free 5k run takes place every Saturday, 9am, in Highbury Fields. Register beforehand. Watch a video of the event. The event started in 2011. In it's fifth year Highbury Fields parkrun had 2634 runners and walkers. On average 180 people attend every week. There is…
  15. The club has a membership of serious and not-so-serious triathletes. From the try-a-tri sprint races to Ironman, novice to international competitors, it aims to cater for all triathletes. The club also likes to try its hand at other events – cross country, fell racing, open water swimming,…
  16. Metro Blind Sport is a London based charity that aims to open doors to sport for all visually impaired people, regardless of age or ability, in a wide range of activities. The club offers tennis at Islington Tennis Centre: www.metroblindsport.org/sports/tennis
  17. The courts are operated by The Access to Sports Project in partnership with Finsbury Park Sports Partnership and Haringey Council. Finsbury Park Tennis Courts comprise nine tennis courts. Seven of the courts are full size and are bookable for adult play and two are mini…
  18. Virgin Active has two centres in Islington: Angel and Moorgate. They offer a gym, fitness classes, swimming and other activities. Virgin Active Angel: https://www.virginactive.co.uk/clubs/islington-angel Virgin Active Moorgate: https://www.virginactive.co.uk/clubs/moorgate
  19. Clidive BSAC 410 is based at Ironmonger Row Baths. Part of the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC), it is one of the most active clubs in the country and its members dive in the UK and overseas. Watch the club on Youtube 
  20. Running in or around a park is a great way to run. Islington has over 100 parks and open spaces. Find the one that is best for you by downloading the map, Parks in Islington, or find parks in Islington. Four parks have marked routes…
  21. Monday 6.45pm
    Good Gym is a group of runners that runs to do good. Runners get fit by doing physical tasks that benefit our communities. Runners meet outside Arsenal Hub, 56 Benwell Road, N7 7BA on Mondays 6.45pm.