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The community sports sessions below are all staged in community
or sports club settings, bringing opportunities directly
Whether you're new to sport, are returning to exercise or want
to train more frequently, we can help find what suits you.
If you are interested in setting up a community sports session,
we can help you with support, equipment and advice. Phone
01634 338 763 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesdays 8pm-9.30pm from 18 April 2017
5-a-side Football League
Medway Sport is launching a new 5-a-side indoor football league
at Medway Park in Gillingham, affiliated to the Kent FA.
The league will launch in late April/early May on Tuesday
The cost is £30 per team per game.
Email email@example.com or
call 01634 338763 to enter a team.
Mondays 5.30pm-6.30pm from 10 April 2017
Elements from across the discipline of netball
to create a diverse and fun fitness session, incorporating fitness,
individual drills and competitive games.
£3 per session. (first session free). No
video that explains Tri-Fusion Netball
Come and try the sport of pickleball - a cross between
badminton, table tennis and tennis, suitable for all levels and
ages. All equipment provided.
Wednesdays 6pm-8pm until 25 May at Medway Park. Free
Try Synchro Swimming
Medway Synchro are introducing a new adult session to Hoo Pool,
Main Road, Hoo, ME3 9EY every Thursday 8pm to 9pm. The initial
sessions are free to encourage more adults to get involved in
these fitness, fun and social sessions. For more
details contact Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org or
visit facebook medwaymermaidssynchro
Walking football has become increasingly
popular. It’s exactly what it sounds like – a standard game of
football where players walk instead of run. It's designed to help
people get fit or maintain an active lifestyle no matter what their
age and fitness, as well as support people getting back into
football if they have given it up due to age or injury.
Older people who play have seen many benefits:
lower heart rate and blood pressure, less fat and more muscle, and
And it’s not just health benefits - Walking
football also offers social benefits. Participants can meet new
people, avoid becoming isolated, and interact with individuals and
small groups. This is one sporting activity that is suitable for
Medway Park Mondays 10.30am-12pm **New
Strood Sports Centre Tuesdays
11am-12pm and Fridays 12.30pm-1.30pm.
£3 per player or as part of our senior
for more information.
O2 Touch sessions are coming to Gillingham
Anchorians RFC. Competitive and social touch
starts Tuesday, 9 May. Social and family sessions
start Sunday, 14 May. Suitable for all ages and abilities
with coaching support by experienced touch coaches and
officials. No previous experience of touch or any form of rugby is
not even required. Find out more.
Back to Hockey
England Hockey' s Back to Hockey programme
Has the excitement of Rio 2016 made you want to pick up a stick?
Why not give Back to Hockey a go? Back to Hockey sessions are fun,
sociable and informal and aimed at people who either haven’t played
hockey for a number of years or who are looking to play for the
first time. Don’t worry if you’re nervous or don’t remember any
rules, our Back to Hockey clubs will gentle guide you through this
series of sessions and even provide the stick if required.
Anchorians Hockey Club - Mondays, 7.30pm to 9pm,
Gillingham ME7 3AN
Hockey Club - Wednesdays, 7pm to 8pm, Rochester ME1
Williamsonians Hockey Club - Wednesday, 7.15pm to 8.30pm,
Rochester ME1 3EL
Return to Netball
Medway Netball League runs a Return to Netball session every
Thursday in Rainham.