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ActivSport (Inclusive Sport and Physical Activity Programme) | Community Directory

ActivSport (Inclusive Sport and Physical Activity Programme)

General Details

ActivSport is a sport and physical activity programme with a difference. It is particularly aimed at adults who are not currently physically active, as well as those who would like to get more active or try something new. 

This is an ActivLives initiative that is delivered with the support of Ipswich Borough Council. 

A variety of activities are offered on a weekly basis including Badminton, Walking Football, New Age Kurling, Boccia, Ping Pong, Short Tennis, Bowls (Short-Mat and Lawn) and Yoga for beginners and improvers. 

The above activities are all designed to provide for various levels of ability and fitness, including those with a disability and/or a long-term health condition. You won't need any special kit, equipment or experience. The sessions are held at a variety of accessible community venues in the area.

All of the ActivLives programmes are very much social activities - sport is meant to be enjoyed after all! Most include a cuppa and a biscuit and you won't be charged for your first session. 

If you would like to find out more about what we offer, we would love to hear from you.

Covid-19 - Please note that all of our sessions are following the current UK Government Guidelines on Covid-19 of 'Hands. Face. Space and Fresh Air'. 

Some of our sessions have not yet returned to full operation since Covid-19. Please contact us directly, if you like more information regarding any of our sessions. 

Who to contact

Name
Mike McCarthy
Position
Project Manager
Telephone
01473 345350
Email
mike@activlives.org.uk
Website
https://activlives.org.uk/events/
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Where to go

Name
Various Locations
Area served
Ipswich, East Suffolk, Felixstowe

Other details

Age Groups
Adults
Last Updated
01/09/2021

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Vacancies

Immediate vacancies
Yes

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