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  1. Senior Classes

    From: YMCA

    These sessions have been specifically designed for the older adult, to help maintain and improve general fitness and strength as well as co-ordination. A range of exercise techniques are offered, including dance, Exercise to Music, Yoga and Pilates. If...

  2. New River Sport and Fitness

    White Hart Lane Community Sports Centre is set in forty acres of landscaped parkland. It is one of the borough's most grassed areas. Facilities include an Active Strength Gym, football and rugby pitches, tennis courts, basketball and netball courts, athletics...

  3. Lordship Hub Co-op

    Enjoy the Hub, its café, classes and events! The Hub is run as a co-operative by and for the community. Accessibility Guide form AccessAble

  4. Coach runs

    From: Goodgym

    Over a million older people in the UK are always or often lonely, some go for months without seeing friends or family. Visiting an older person as part of your weekly run can make a huge difference to their life. Increase your motivation to exercise Make...

  5. Silver Fit

    From: Lordship Hub Co-op

    Silver Tuesdays Fun and fitness sessions Who? Age 45 and over Whether you have never exercised before or are a seasoned pre. Meet new friends and get healthy doing it When? Every Tuesday 10:30am Meet at The Hub for registration 11:00am Activities start...

  6. Free Sports activity sessions from 20th February

    From: The Community Hub

    Register for free Sports activity sessions which start on 20th February. For migrants, refugees, 40+ retired and unwaged. contact us on 0208 889 6938 or office@thecommunityhub.org.uk

  7. English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS)

    The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is a charity responsible for the promotion and development of sporting opportunities for all disabled people in England.

  8. British Blind Sport

    The work of the charity enables blind and partially sighted people to have the same opportunities as sighted people to access and enjoy sport and recreational activities in the UK.

  9. New River Lawn Tennis Club

    From: New River Sport and Fitness

    New River Lawn Tennis Club aims to encourage everyone in the local community to play more and better tennis. The club provides a year round programme of low cost tennis classes with classes to suit all ages and abilities. New River now boasts four indoor...

  10. yoga and reflexology

    From: The Community Hub

    Saturday 9:30 am till 12 pm Both yoga and reflexology are Holistic, working on integrating and restoring balance to the body, mind, and spirit.

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