activeNewham are delighted to announce Prince Regent CrossFit is coming!
The world renowned CrossFit will be launching at Newham Leisure Centre on Monday 3 April. You can now register your interest in our founder membership offer before Sunday 16 April and get access to a fixed price membership that includes full access to CrossFit sessions and all activeNewham leisure centres including gym, swim and group exercise for £100! This means a saving of £39 per month or £468 per year and you will also pay no joining fee if you register before Sunday 16 April.
activeNewham and London Borough of Newham have spent £150,000 to refurbish the sports hall at Newham Leisure Centre ahead of the launch, so see what all the fuss is about and get access to one of the worlds most popular workouts!
If you would like more information on what CrossFit is and wish to register your interest ahead of the high demand, simply click here and visit the Prince Regent CrossFit page.
Yoga classes are coming to Manor Park!
As of Tuesday 21 March, Manor Park Fitness Centre
customers will be able to take part and enjoy yoga classes at the fitness centre. The classes will be ran by Yasmine and held every Tuesday at 11.30am - 12.30pm and Wednesday at 7.15pm - 8.15pm.
activeNewham announce large refurbishments at Newham LC!
activeNewham are excited to announce £150,000 of works to the sports hall at Newham Leisure Centre that will begin in March. The refurbishment will see the installation of a brand new floor, new courts for volleyball and the launch of the world renowned fitness regimen CrossFit! The sports hall will reopen on Monday 3 April.
For more information please see the Newham Sports Hall page.
activeNewham announce partnership with HeadStart!
activeNewham is pleased to announce that we will be working with Newham's HeadStart Mental Health Promotion Programme which is committed to the delivery of evidence based approaches which promotes emotional resilience in 10-16 year olds with emerging mental health conditions.
A full programme of activities will launch from April 2017 but we will be running a number of taster sessions for young people to come along and try out the activities.
Last month Atherton Leisure Centre held an in house membership challenge. The task was to see how many times a tyre could be flipped in 1 minute. The prize on offer was a month’s free membership to the champion boy and girl.
More information and the full programme of activities can be found here.
A massive congratulations to Antonia & Leontin who were our January champions! These two certainly are smashing their fitness goals already in 2017.
London Sports Awards announcement
activeNewham are delighted to announce they have been shortlisted for three awards!
The London Sports Awards will take place on 19 January 2017 and activeNewham have been nominated for a total of three different awards. The London Sports Awards places grassroots sport at the heart of all that is good and unique about London, bringing together an array of coaches, volunteers, clubs, investors, elite sport events and participants to celebrate their sporting achievements. The categories that activeNewham have been shortlisted for are:
Resources Award –
Coach of the Year Award –
Harnessing the Power of Elite Sport –
Roll on Rio (via joint application with the LLDC)
To check out the videos of our nominees, please visit the activeNewham YouTube channel.
More information on all the nominees can be found on the London Sport website.
Help Newham City Farm secure extra funding
You can vote for Newham City Farm at your local Tesco Store!
Please vote for Newham City Farm to receive funding to make improvements to our current wildlife area. You will be able to cast your vote in Tesco stores between 31 October – 13 November. Help us secure a Tesco Bags of Help grant for the farm!
For more information please visit the Tesco Bags of Help website.
MACE Volunteers Week
This project has been running from 5 September - 16 September 2016
MACE are working in partnership with activeNewham and the London Borough of Newham to undertake a “DIY SOS BIG BUILD” project in Stratford Park.This project has seen large businesses and the local community working together to rejuvenate the area. Staff from Westfield, the Financial Conduct Authority as well as young offenders from Newham’s Youth Offending Team have all been willing to get their hands dirty to help. The work will see improvements benefitting a local project which supports adults with mental health needs and children who have special educational needs.
Opening up and creating a new layout for a sensory garden to allow 2 means of access•
New Tarmac footpath
Existing building works
Fit out of Male and Female WC
The Health Suite at East Ham opens!
activeNewham are pleased to announce that the much anticipated health suite at East Ham Leisure Centre has finally opened and is ready for use!
The final work on the brand new health suite at East Ham was completed and the centre officially opened on the 14th September 2016. The new health suite includes a state-of-the-art sauna and steam room.
For more information including the timetable, please visit the East Ham health suite
Newham and Essex Beagles youngster makes World final
Finette Agyapong produced a sparkling display in the 200m at the World under-20 Championships.
19-year-old Finette came close to beating her personal best time in the initial 200m heat in Poland,
before finishing fourth in the semi-finals.
She went on to finish in seventh place in the final, with an impressive display. The Newham
youngster has been coached by activeNewham team member Coral Nourrice ever since she was 14.
Coral believes it may only be a matter of time before we see Finette on the grand stage!
Click here for more information on Athletics in Newham and the Newham and Essex beagles
Les Mills Born to Move classes are coming to Atherton!
We are excited to announce that the popular Les Mills classes will be adding a children's programme to the schedule at Atherton leisure centre.
Parents of children aged 4 and over can now bring their children to the 30 minute engaging class that aims to help children lead a more active and fun lifestyle. 25 children from St Antony's School were invited to come along and try a class and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.