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Us Girls!

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+).

For further information on Havering Us Girls Programme contact Jaimee Lampard (Youth Sports Officer) call: 01708 431 524 email:

View the latest Us Girls programme.

Buggy walks

Do you have a child in a buggy and want to get fit? Then why not walk your way to health with Havering's new Buggy Walks. It's a great way to burn some calories while meeting new people and no childcare is needed! Hornchurch Country Park – every Tuesday. Contact: 01708 520 364. A number of children’s centres hold their own Buggy walks across Havering 


Contact: Amy Ross - 07917 340529

Back to Netball – sessions and league and walking netball


Football – Women’s football and girls’ football


Golf – Beginners and intermediate sessions


Hockey - Women & girls ages 13+ All abilities welcome (Havering Hockey Club)

Contact: Pete Wigham - 07956 912 102 or


Girls tennis contact - 
Women’s tennis, contact:


Every Tuesday starting 01 June, there will be free yoga sessions taking place at the Rainham Royals Youth Centre. From 6.30pm, Mary from Mind Body and Soul Yoga will run through a series of stretching and strengthening poses as well as including a meditation element. For more information please contact Jaimee Lampard on 01708 431 524 or 07973 703 458.

Back to netball

England Netball's ‘Back to Netball’ programme provides a gentle introduction to the sport for female players over sixteen years of age. Sessions are available at the following locations

Mondays, 6-7pm @ Frances Bardsley School, Hornchurch
Mondays, 7.30-8.30pm @ Redden Court School, Harold Wood

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 will be many girls football sessions in the borough. Girls aged 5-11 can look forward to: Lots of fun, great coaching, learning new skills, building confidence and keeping active. Email Daniel Alleyne for more information:

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