Leisure Activities for Younger People
Did you know there are many sport and leisure activities in Haringey that young people can do?
Check out the following links to see what's going on locally.
- Sport for Young People
- Youth Space (website)
- Haringey Leisure Centres
- Parks and Open Spaces
We advertise a range of sports from football, netball, boxing and basketball. There are also regular news and events items about many sporting activities taking place in the borough. You can also use a range of tools to help you search for sports activities:
- Women's and girls football
- What's On (Haringey Council)
- Get Active London (external link)
- NHS Choices Get Active Your Way (external link)
Youth Space is the website for teenagers in Haringey, and was set up and designed with the help of young people in the borough. Activities take place in Bruce Grove Youth Centre. There is also a What's On calendar to assist you in choosing activities.
- For more information on activities for younger people in Haringey visit the Youth Space website (external link).
There are 4 Leisure Centres in Haringey run by Fusion Lifestyle where you can take part in group activities like swimming or use the Junior Gym, go to summer camps or half term activities.
- Broadwater Farm Community Centre
- New River Sport and Fitness
- Park Road Pools and Fitness
- Tottenham Green Pools and Fitness
Did you know Haringey manages 31 parks and open spaces? There are many things do in parks such as playing tennis, playing basketball or organising your own outdoor games. Some parks have paddling pools and most larger parks will have a separate area which includes play equipment for younger people.
Lordship Rec Hub and Café hold regular activities for younger people and families. Some activities are free, and range from Yoga for children to a wildlife group.
For more information on Activities for Younger People contact Andrea Keeble on 020 8489 5712 or email email@example.com
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