This page will point you in the right direction to find out what’s happening near you. Below we have listed a range of types of activities and websites to look up for further information. You will also find more detailed information on the pages listed in the menu to the left of this page.
|Type of activity||Further information|
|Parkrun||parkruns are free, weekly timed 5km runs which can be walked or jogged. Visit www.parkrun.org.uk to find your nearest parkrun. If you have children, join them on a junior parkrun which is only 2km. (Note: only children are counted as participants but you can join them as they run round).|
|Hertfordshire Health Walks||There are lots of social walks that take place across Herts every week, led by trained volunteers. All walks are graded from beginner through to advanced walkers. Visit: www.hertfordshire.gov.uk and enter "health walks" in the search bar|
|Cycling||Find lots of cycling routes for a range of abilities across Hertfordshire by visiting www.hertfordshire.gov.uk and enter "cycling" in the search bar.
Visit www.letsride.co.uk for details of led rides
|Parks||To find out about the many wonderful parks Hertfordshire has to offer, visit: www.parksherts.co.uk|
|Swimming||Swimming is a great activity for all ages. It is gentle on your joints and a good way to improve your fitness and mood. To find where your local pool is, visit https://www.swimming.org/poolfinder/|
|Exercise on referral||These are a great way for people with long term health conditions to increase physical activity levels and improve health. Sessions are supervised by qualified instructors who understand the needs of people with long term health conditions. Speak to your GP or community pharmacist to find out more.|
|Herts Disability Sports Foundation||The foundation offers a range of sports activities for people with a disability and training opportunities for participants, coaches and day service staff.
Visit the Herts Disability Sports Foundation website to find out more.
|St. Albans Special Olympics||Special Olympics St Albans provides sporting opportunities for those aged 8 years and over with a learning disability. Visit their website for more details: https://www.stalbans.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/sports_physical_activity/everyone/disability/specialolympics/|
|Broxbourne Borough Council||To find out about where to get active in the Borough of Broxbourne, visit https://www.broxbourne.gov.uk/leisure|
|Dacorum Borough Council||To find out about where to get active in the Borough of Dacorum, visit https://www.dacorum.gov.uk/ (scroll down the page and click on leisure)|
|East Herts District Council||To find out about where to get active in East Herts, visit https://www.eastherts.gov.uk/article/34852/Sports-Leisure--Parks|
|Hertsmere Borough Council||To find out about where to get active in Hertsmere, visit https://www.hertsmere.gov.uk/Parks--Leisure/Parks--Leisure.aspx|
|North Herts District Council||To find out about where to get active in North Herts, visit https://www.north-herts.gov.uk/home/leisure|
|St. Albans District Council||To find out about leisure facilities, walking and cycling routes, activities for people with disabilities and much more, visit
|Stevenage Borough Council||To find out about where to get active in Stevenage, visit http://www.stevenage.gov.uk/163312/|
|Three Rivers District Council||To find out about where to get active in the district of Three Rivers, visit https://www.threerivers.gov.uk/egcl-page/leisure-and-culture|
|Watford Get Active||To find out about activities suitable for beginners visit www.watfordgetactive.co.uk|
|Welwyn Hatfield District Council||To find out about where to get active in Welwyn Hatfield, visit https://www.welhat.gov.uk/leisure|