Welcome to the Horsham Leisure Link website. Leisure Link is a section of Horsham District Council's Community Development Department and our aims are to increase the quantity and quality of sport and physical activity for people in the Horsham District. Read more...
Active Sussex has teamed up with Brighton & Hove Healthy Cities Partnership to run a small grants scheme that provides Sussex businesses the opportunity to bid for up to £500 (maximum including VAT) to trial a workplace health and wellbeing programme that address one or more of our key themes:- Physical Activity / Mental Wellbeing / Healthy Eating.
Horsham Rounders Club has got off to a 2013 summer season flyer. Attendances for both its youth and ladies sections are both into double figures and increasing from week to week. The youth section is attracting both boys and girls in the 12-16 year old age bracket and the ladies section is catering for women aged 14 and up but achieving a good blend and spirit nonetheless.
Junior sport in Horsham is set to be boosted by the first ever Horsham Youth Triathlon which will take place in Pavilions in the Park and Horsham Park on Sunday 23 June. Triathlon is an Olympic sport which Britain can truly claim to be in the top echelons of following the gold and bronze medal exploits of the Brownlee brothers, Alistair and Jonny respectively, at London 2012, and it is hoped that the new Horsham event can identify more young talent in that vein.
The South East Regional Disability Athletics Championships are running at K2 Leisure Centre, Crawley on Saturday 1st June. For an entry pack email firstname.lastname@example.org
Adults with learning disabilities are being invited to sign up to an outward bounds programme titled 'No Limits' being run in Tilgate Park, Crawley. The programme will involve activities such as kayaking, archery, rafting and mountain biking and costs just £42 for its six week duration.
Horsham Sparrows is set to run another 6-week summer football course in Horsham Park (near the Duck Pond) to introduce young girls to the beautiful game. The course is aimed at girls currently in school years 4 and 5, will cost just £15 and starts on Tuesday 11th June, 6.30-7.30pm.
Horsham based charity 'Care for the Wild' is seeking ten intrepid individuals to join an expedition to Africa to take on the challenge of the mighty Zambezi River. The venture is aiming to raise £20,000 for its projects with a focus on African Wildlife.
Tanbridge House School is offering an opportunity for charitably motivated groups/individuals to apply for a small amount of funding (up to £150) for a suitable cause/project. They are looking to support local community initiatives, but will consider all cases submitted. More information is available from Sally Linsell on 01403 755981 or email@example.com
Horsham Junior Baseball Club has just published its 2013 season calendar. The club is based out of Ingfield Manor School, Five Oaks, near Billingshurst and is one of the biggest in the country catering for juniors of all ages and running its own league. For more information go to www.horshambaseball.co.uk
The next Discovery Day at Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre for young people with disabilities to enjoy will run on Sunday 9th June. The day will, as ever, involve a packed programme of sports and arts opportunities.