Female Coaches Connect, Share and Develop
On 29 April over 75 people attended a Female Coaching Conference at Surrey Sports Park.
#KentGirlsCan – Fusion Netball
Fusion Netball is a project in Maidstone that has helped more than 150 women and girls get involved in the sport.
#KentGirlsCan – Emily & volunteering
Emily is proving that #KentGirlsCan by helping out at a local gymnastics club to achieve her Duke of Edinburgh’s Bronze Award.
#KentGirlsCan – Kent Roller Girls
Kent Roller Girls (KRG) was founded in 2010 and has gone from strength-to-strength, growing into a thriving club that has a senior league, with an A-team, and a recreational league for beginners and those looking to develop their skills.
#KentGirlsCan – Megan & wheelchair rugby
Read about Megan, the Gravesend girl who is taking wheelchair rugby by storm!
The Open Golf Championship returns to Kent in 2020
One of the world’s great sporting events will return to Kent in 2020 when The 149th Open is played at Royal St. George’s in Sandwich.
Get Fit For Free in 2017 – Green Gyms
Green Gyms are fun and free groups that combine improving fitness with building green spaces for local communities to enjoy. Volunteers are guided through a range of outdoor activities suitable for all fitness levels and abilities, such as planting trees, sowing meadows and establishing wildlife ponds. The emphasis is on health and fitness and the group take part together in a warm up and cool down.
Get Fit For Free in 2017 – Couch to Walking 5k
If you want to get fitter and don’t know where to start, go for a walk! From starting with just 10 steps to working up to a mile, you’ll be amazed how quickly you’ll be getting further. The health benefits are endless but that’s not all, being outside, even if it’s just for 10 minutes a day, will make you feel better.
Kent Sport Workshops January – July 2017
Training and support for clubs, coaches, volunteers, teachers, instructors and activators.
Get fit for free in 2017 – Tennis For Free
Tennis For Free, established in 2004, aims to help make tennis accessible for as many people as possible, regardless of ability or social background.