Super Hero Fun Run
This year we are proud to be celebrating our 25th anniversary, and to mark the occasion we have a series of exciting events planned, including the Superhero Fun Run! You are invited to get involved and have fun while supporting a local charity and raising awareness of the great services we offer to families with a child fighting cancer.
You can run, skip or walk this achievable 5k route, and then afterwards enjoy an afternoon of fun activities with the whole family!
There will be craft stalls, face painting, glitter tattoos, a bar for adults and much more! Children taking part in the fun run can enjoy unlimited use of inflatables for *FREE* and soft play will be available for under 5s. For those not taking part in the fun run, unlimited use wristbands will also be available on the day at £5 each.
There are a limited number of places available on a first come, first served basis, so don’t delay and book today! Adults and children over five years can register for only £10 each and infants under 5 years are free. All participants will receive an exciting goody bag and finishers medal at the end of the race.
The funds we raise at this event will be used to support the work of Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund and will make a difference to many families who need our help. You can find out more about Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund, and our work by visiting our website at www.lennoxccf.org.uk.
London Youth Games Swimming Silver
Rheanna Oberius from La Salette Catholic Primary School represented London Borough of Havering today Wednesday 07/06/17 at the LYG Paragames swimming competition at Beckenham Spa and leisure centre. She competed in the 25m Junior Backstroke event and won a silver medal in the time 35:47. Havering BTO Michelle Gustavsen said, "Rheanna did an amazing performance winning a silver medal today. She had brought her parents along for support and they all had a good day."
London Youth Games Update
Havering Hurricanes Kayak Team competed in both slalom and sprint at Saturday 3rd June at London Watersports Centre. The team represented by Ruby Munday, Lewis Coleman, Rachel Knight and Regan Harvey from Stubbers performed well in both events landing an overall 7th place in Slalom. The afternoon saw the Kayak sprint event where we had 3 kayakers qualifying for the finals in their age categories. Ruby Munday came out on top winning a gold medal in 69 seconds
BTO Michelle Gustavsen said: "Team Manager Charlotte Spearing have done a great job coaching the Kayak team this year. We are all really proud of the whole team’s performance. To top it up with a gold medal in the Female junior race was a great finish to a long day of races. We are very fortunate to have so many talented young athletes in the borough across various sports."
Our Volleyball team from Marshalls park school came 9th overall equalling last year’s
position which meant that Havering is currently top 8th overall before this weekend’s competitions at Redbridge Sports Centre.
This Girl Can!
The Havering This Girl Can/Us Girls programme is back for 2017 with lots of physical activities for women and girls in Havering. The programme, coordinated by Gaynor Spong, is aimed at those who may want to get into sport but just aren't sure how. Please see the programme below and visit www.havering.gov.uk/usgirls for more info
Satellite Club - Para Active
TUESDAYS 5-6pm @ YMCA
Havering Health and Sports Development started up a Disability Steering Group working with partners such as Positive Parents, Youth Service, YMCA, Local Clubs, Havering SENCO, School Sports Collective, Local Schools and Colleges to develop disability sport in the borough to develop disability sport in the borough. From the steering group and gathering feedback from children and parents of children with disabilities we have successful delivered holiday activities consisting of local clubs delivering taster sessions during our Para Active Event. Due to the success, we were able to secure funding from London Sport to deliver our Para Active Sessions as a weekly satellite club based at the YMCA where local clubs have been invited to deliver block sessions to introduce our participants to all the sporting opportunities in the borough. This also provides them with exit routes to feed in to once they have established an interest and built their confidence with the instructor and sport (one of the common barriers in participating in sporting activities).