Activities - Women and Girls
Activities for Women and Girls in Havering
The Havering Us Girls! programme is designed for 'low active' females who live in the borough and are looking to get fit or get back into exercise. The programme is coordinated by the Havering Health & Sports Development Team. We want you to have fun while exercising; come on your own or with friends, mums, daughters (must be aged 11+). Click here to visit the UsGirls web page or see the below
Girls Allowed Gym
1 Blenheim Court, Northolt Way, Hornchurch, RM12 5RX
Heavenly Ladies Gym
104 Petersfield Avenue, Harold Hill, Romford, RM3 9PH
GO 30 - Romford
1-5 High Street, Romford, RM1 1JU
Ground Floor Suite, 40 North Street, Hornchurch, RM11 1EW
England Netball's Back to Netball provides a gentle introduction to the sport for female players over sixteen years of age.
- Mondays, 6-7pm @ Frances Bardsley School, Hornchurch
- Mondays, 7.30-8.30pm @ Redden Court School, Harold Wood
Mondays, 8-9pm at Central Park Leisure Centre, Harold Hill
We are currently developing sport schedules for the following female-focussed activities:
Girls Basketball: Skills, Drills and Development
She Can Play - Football
Havering Health & Sports Development are working with She Can Play to deliver Girls Football sessions at the new Noak Hill Sports Complex in Harold Hill.
This is the first of what we hope wil be many girls football sessions in the borough.
Girls aged 5-11 can look forward to:
- Lots of fun
- Great coaching from qualified coaches
- Learning new skills
- Building confidence
- Keeping active
Us Girls - Satellite Club
Havering Health and Sports Development started an Us Girls project focussing on female participation in sport and physical activity. Working with Havering College Sixth Form, other local schools, Youth Service, YMCA Romford and local clubs, they secured funding from many sources such as Freesport, London Sport and Sportivate to deliver Us Girls Programmes in various youth centres across the borough. Due to the success of these initial programmes, further funding was secured from London Sport to deliver additional sessions as part of a 30 week Satellite Club project. Again, the focus is working with appropriate partners to encourage young females to attend and provide them with exit routes and future involvement opportunities.
Watch this space for more information and upcoming sessions that are currently in the works!