Getting Active this Summer
With longer days and warmer nights, the summer months are always a great time to take up something new. There are plenty of ways to get active, either by yourself, with friends or family happening across the county.
Great British Tennis Weekend (13- 14 May & 22 – 23 July)
Try Tennis for free at a Great British Tennis Weekend event near you. There are plenty of sessions taking place to suit the whole family. There are Highland Spring Mini Tennis sessions, family time, free play, Cardio Tennis and numerous other kinds of activities to get involved in. Rackets and balls will be provided, so whether you’ve never picked up a racket before or you’re a seasoned regular – there is fun to be had.
RYA Push the Boat Out (13 – 21 May)
Looking for a new way to get outdoors and active? Free or low cost sailing and windsurfing taster sessions at sailing venues across the county, for all ages and abilities. The RYA’s Push the Boat out event is a great way to get out on the water and discover a new sport.
National Go Canoeing Week (27 May – 4 June)
If you’re looking for a new challenge this summer get on the water and join The Big Adventure. National Go Canoeing Week is packed with lots of canoeing, kayaking activities to keep the whole family entertained. It doesn’t matter if you’re already a paddling fan or just fancy giving it ago, events and paddles cater for all ages and abilities.
Archery Big Weekend (16 – 18 June)
Now’s your chance to become Robin Hood for the day with Archery Big Weekend. Venues and organisations across the county will be running Archery taster sessions, giving you, your friends and family the chance to try something new.
Back to Hockey (8 May – 18 June)
If you’re new to the game or have never played before, Back to Hockey offers fun and friendly Hockey sessions for all. Sessions are a great way of getting fitter and making new friends in a relaxed and sociable environment.