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  1. 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…
  2. Tots 3-5 years: Tuesday, 4-4.30pm or 4.30-5pm and Thursday: 4-4.30pm or 4.30-5pm; Mini Orange 7-9 years, Tuesday 5–6pm, Thursday: 5–pm, Saturday: 11am-12pm; Teen Tennis: 11+ years Friday: 5–6pm (Beginners), Saturday: 12-1pm, Sunday: 10-11.00am
    At Islington Tennis Centre and Gym we have 6 indoor courts for kids to play tennis throughout the whole year. Our team of LTA qualified and licensed coaches will help teach all aspects of the game in a fun and friendly environment. We teach the…
  3. Tuesday, 5-6.30pm (coaching for under 16s), 6.30-8.30pm (drop in) and Thursday, 6.30-8.30pm (drop in)
    We offer drop in sessions, coaching workshops and a table tennis Ladder. We have also 16 league teams taking part in the Central Table Tennis League with over 100 players from international, national, professional, semi-professional, intermediate, and amateur table tennis players are part of our club.…
  4. ( September 2021 - February 2022 ) Tuesday's - 09:30 - 11:00,
    Primary Steps presents Tennis Time; a simplified structured tennis program dedicated to help children develop confidence in their own ability through small achievable tasks. We use fun, interactive games to help achieve developmental milestones.    Each session involves lots of movement and develops a broad…
  5. Monday 22 August - Thursday 25 August from 12.30 - 2.30pm
    13 - 19 years. HAF codes accepted. Summer is here so it's time for tennis. Learn or improve your forehand, backhand and serve. With a small competition by the end of the course you will have a chance to put what you have learnt into…
  6. 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
  7. 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,…
  8. Highbury Fields has: 11 tarmac tennis courts (all of which are floodlit) a seven-a-side floodlit artificial turf football pitch four floodlit tarmac netball courts basketball hoops for casual use one table tennis table next to the tennis courts for casual use The tennis courts, football…
  9. 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…
  10. 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…
  11. CitySport offers the space and equipment for a range of sports to be played either individually or as part of a team. The venue is open to the public and City University students.  CitySport is able to accommodate the following sports:  Badminton (6 courts) Basketball…
  12. 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…
  13. 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…
  14. Various. Call office for details. See website for details.
    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…
  15. Monday 4th April 2022 - Thursday 7th and Monday 11th - Thursday 14th April 2022 11am to 3pm
    Pro Touch We have a fun filled, action packed programme with an exciting opportunity for a fun, Easter Holiday day out. The programme will consist of: Sports Football, Tennis, Basketball, Fencing, Table Tennis, Dodgeball, etc... Arts and crafts Painting, Drawing, Origami Board Games Guess Who, Twister, Monopoly, Chess…
  16. Islington has five parks with football pitches for hire: Highbury Fields Paradise Park Rosemary Gardens Tufnell Park playing fields Whittington Park You can also play football at leisure centres: Finsbury Leisure Centre Market Road football pitches, next to Islington Tennis Centre Sobell leisure centre William…
  17. There are a wide range of fitness classes available at the Islington Leisure Centres, from high-energy dance or cardio classes to strength, conditioning, mind and body. There’s something for everyone. Fitness class timetables and time slots are bookable via the Better UK app or by…
  18. Find out what Islington parks offer and their health benefits, where Islington parks are, and the main parks in Islington and their features. Activities in parks lists the activities on offer in Islington parks. Parks and open spaces has other information about parks. To print this page…
  19. Urban Hope run three (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday) evening sessions a week alongside specific one to one support for young people aged 8-18. Note: Programme is subject to change in the School Holidays.
    Logo Urban Hope is a youth and community project for 8 to 18 year olds in Islington. We run three evening sessions a week alongside providing mentoring/one to one support for young people. We are committed to providing a safe and trusting spaces, alongside positive adults for young…
  20. Various Dates - all sessions run from 10am - 3pm - see session information below
    These Free Youth Clubs are for people who want to meet up and try new activities with other young people, and are for wheelchair users aged between 8 and 25 years.  Healthcare Support is provided at these clubs, specifically support with additional medical needs. Our free youth…
  21. 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…
  22. Open Monday to Friday from 9am to 9pm, depending on activities and Saturday mornings.
    St Lukes Community Centre Run by St Luke's Trust, this large, modern centre offers a range of activities to promote the health and quality of life of local people of all ages. Activities include dancing, art, keep fit, singing, table tennis, sewing, upcycling, gardening and much more. There is…
  23. Term time Mondays and Tuesdays from 4pm to 9pm and Thursdays from 6pm to 9pm. School Holiday timings vary.
    Mary's Mary’s Youth Club welcomes young people aged between 10 – 19, offering a friendly, open youth club with opportunities to share, grow, learn and enjoy. Young adults aged 19 - 24 can sign up for work experience, volunteering and student placements.  Our programmes run Monday…