What is Active Together?
Active Together is a Leicestershire-wide initiative to provide children and adults with more opportunities to get active and improve their health and well-being.
Harborough's Active Together team are working hard to increase and develop new and existing physical activity initiatives across the district.
From dodgeball to dancing, walking to jogging there is sure to be an affordable and fun activity on offer to suit you.
If you would like to be added to our mailing list to receive a electronic copy of our 'Let's Get Moving' newsletter, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Sandra and Zoe (Physical Activity Development Officers) on 01858 828282
In November 2010 Active Together Harborough launched their Facebook page. Facebook is a great way to keep up-to-date with the latest Active Together news about activity classes and events in your area.
Why not log on to Facebook now and search for 'Active Together Harborough' and become a fan? We look forward to seeing you there!
Pages in this section
- What is Active Together?
- Getting your recommended, weekly 150 minutes of moderate exercise just got easier!
- Healthy Harborough Walks
- Healthy Harborough Walks (When and Where)
- Fancy a stroll in or around Market Harborough?
- Children's Summer Activity 2014 brochure - Harborough
- Playing out returns to Market Harborough and Lutterworth
- Weekend Wanderer walks - Sat 26 July 2014 / Little Brington, Northamptonshire
- Family Lifestyle Club in Fleckney - September 2014
- Choose to Move - new adult exercise class comes to Fleckney
- Choose to Move - new adult exercise class comes to Lutterworth
- Sports equipment now available to hire out in Welland Park Café!
- Active Ageing Week in Harborough - Monday 29th September – Sunday 5th October 2014
- Lifestyle, Eating and Activity Programme 2014 dates and venues
- Anyone for tennis? Adult and child tennis coaching
- Active Together Harborough activity guide
- 'No Strings' Badminton in Harborough
- Pack a punch at Market Harborough's Boxing Academy!
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