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  1. Training times: Tuesday and Thursday 5.30-9pm, and Sunday 10am. Introductory session for new members aged 12 to 20: Sunday 6 November, 12.30pm. To find out about the club and meet its coaches, email your name and date of birth.
    London Heathside is a community athletics club that welcomes runners and athletes of all standards and ages. It promotes participation and excellence in road running, track and field athletics, cross country running and triathlon. The club is run entirely by volunteers.  
  2. 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. 
  3. 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…
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    Access to Sports Logo The Access to Sports Project offers to young people coaching and competitive opportunities in a variety of sports and activities including: archery athletics badminton basketball baseball boxercise fitness football multi-sports netball roller skating tag rugby The Project also offers opportunities for young people to gain…
  5. 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…
  6. 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,…
  7. 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…
  8. The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) aims to increase the participation of disabled people in sport. The EFDS Events programme, run by Disability Sport Events (DSE), create participation opportunities for disabled people with all impairments. We provide events in various sports which allow athletes to…
  9. Every Saturday, 2nd May, 4th July 2020, 11am to 12.30pm (no sessions 23rd May or 30th May); 5KM challenge, Saturday, 11th July 2020, 8.30am to 10am
    A weekly self-development activity and running programme to help girls build confidence and to feel how movement can positively affect their physical, mental and emotional health, working towards a 5K challenge at the end of the 8 weeks. Contact Khara for more information and times.…
  10. 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…