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  1. Wednesday (term-time only) | 5.00pm - 6.30pm
    Club Islington is a community disability sports project in joint partnership with Pulse Social Sports Group CIC (Pulse Social) and Disability Sports Coach.   Club Islington provides the opportunity for disabled club members aged 8+ to participate in an array of weekly inclusive sports activities in Islington, North London.   Wednesday evenings (term-time only) at Sobell Leisure…
  2. The Regent's Canal runs through the Southern part of Islington and includes Battlebridge and City Road basins. Information about its history and activities on the canal are available from contact details below. There is a continuous towpath along its length which can be walked and…
  3. Activities on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Please see the website for details.
    Rose Bowl Rose Bowl provides activities for children and young people including an after-school drop in, dance, arts, media and sport. On Tuesdays - Fridays from 3.30-6pm there is a programme for 8-12 year olds. From 6.30-8.30pm there is a programme for 13-19 year olds including the…
  4. Monday-Friday 9 am-10 pm. SAT-SUN: 9 am-8 pm
    Rosemary Gardens has: a 3G floodlit astroturf pitch with step free access two sets of free-play basketball hoops and stepped access two tarmac free-play tennis courts and stepped access plus a tennis wall four free-play table tennis tables an outdoor gym that includes spinning bikes, cross trainer,…
  5. Run4Rene is group of friends building communities and raising awareness about mental and physical health. The group provides a safe space for people to open up about mental health issues, and aims to combat loneliness and isolation with peer support and social events. A free 5k,…
  6. 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…
  7. The internationally renowned dance venue features dance from around the world. It also offers the opportunity to dance, either as part of: the Company of Elders for people aged 60+; http://www.sadlerswells.com/learning/learning-performing/company-of-elders/ the National Youth Dance Company; http://www.sadlerswells.com/learning/learning-performing/national-youth-dance-company/ 
  8. Various - see venue list in 'Downloadable Documents' below.
    There are scout groups situated throughout Islington for children (boys and girls) aged 6-8, 8-10, 10-14 and 14-18. Click on the link below to find a group in your area or email the District Commissioner.
  9. 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.
  10. Sobell leisure centre is a large multi-purpose sports centre. It has: a sports hall for badminton, basketball, gymnastics, netball, table tennis and volleyball a trampoline park two outdoor and one indoor football pitch a boxing gym a gym an exercise studio offering fitness classes that include…
  11. Tuesday to Friday, from 10 am to 3pm
    The Pensioners Lunch Club is held Tuesday to Friday from 10:00am - 3:00pm.  We provide a delicious variety of home cooked meals from Afro Caribbean to Continental foods.  We also provided a range of activities for older people to take part each day from Social dancing, Bingo, Keep…
  12. 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…
  13. 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…
  14. 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…
  15. Sport has been proved to be good for mental well-being. Camden and Islington NHS Mental Health Foundation Trust offers to mental health service users: Football. Mondays 11.30am-1.30pm; Fridays 1-3pm Jogging. Tuesdays 12.30-1.15pm Tennis. Fridays 10am-12pm The sessions take place in Islington. The sessions are by referral only for people who…
  16. There are 39 parks that offer opportunities to do sport. Listed below are sports facilities and activities in these parks. All the facilities are free and you can just turn up and play unless stated otherwise.  Archway Park Basketball Bicycle polo Football The basketball and…
  17. Sport Islington provides a co-ordinated voice for voluntary sport in Islington. It assists clubs in increasing awareness, participation and competition and in promoting sporting opportunities to all Islington residents and Islington based clubs and organisations. Sport Islington offers funding to clubs and organisations that offer sport…