Information on what adult activities are available including Active Coast, walking for health, exercise referral and health programmes
There are lots of activities that the Sport, Play and Arts Service run and we can also signpost people to other activities we are aware of. Have a look at the table below for more information:
Walking for Health is a free scheme aimed at encouraging people to take up walking as a way of improving physical health and mental well-being.
It is a series of free guided walks for all ages and abilities, aimed at anyone who has an interest in walking or wants to slowly introduce exercise into their daily routine as part of rehabilitation from illness.
There are a number of weekly walks in all areas of the East Riding.
Please go to the Events page and search by typing "Walking for Health" or download the Walking for Health brochure:
Walking for Health brochure 2017 (pdf 769kb opens in new window)
Active Coast is about providing opportunities to get active, be healthy and enjoy life on the East Yorkshire coast. A main feature of Active Coast is the exciting Beach Sports programme which includes a vibrant beach volleyball scene with four semi-permanent Go Spike courts free to use. Why not also join in the weekly coaching sessions which will take place every week in the school holidays. So check out what’s on and hit the beach!
Please go to the Active Coast page on the Visit Hull & East Riding (VHEY) website
All East Riding Leisure Centres offer a range of healthy lifestyle programmes, some are aimed at people with a variety of medical problems such as Live Well and Exercise Referral.
Visit the East Riding Leisure Centres page for more information.
You can contact Lesley Cunningham for more on the Live Well Scheme on:
Telephone: (01482 395232.
You can read more about the Live well scheme on the Live well page on the Beverley Leisure Centre website:
Parkrun is a FREE weekly 5km event for runners/joggers of all standards which takes place every Saturday at 9am at different locations in the East Riding. It offers the opportunity for the local community, male or female, young or old, to come together on a regular basis to enjoy the beautiful grounds and get more active into the bargain!
Parkrun is available at:
Visit the parkrun website more information about how to join in:
Sewerby Parkrun (external website)
Goole Parkrun (external website)
Humber Bridge Parkrun (external website)
Leisure centres also offer a number of activities for adults, such as exercise classes, swimming and gym sessions.
A lot of voluntary sports clubs are keen to attract new adult members: these can be located on the sports club finder.
Just select the activity you are interested in.
For further information on our activities, you can contact the Sport, Play and Arts Service at: