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  1. Swimmer appeal Disability swimming sessions for the community, Ironmonger Row Baths, Old Street Friday evening 7-8pmCost £2  Would you like to swim in a supportive environment and get to meet people? We are looking for disabled people around the Old Street area to join our…
  2. Parks with a table tennis table, which are free to use: Arundel Square Cornwallis Park Highbury Fields, near to Highbury & Islington station, N5 Paradise Park, near Liverpool Road, N7 Rosemary Gardens, Southgate Road, N1 Tufnell Park Playing Fields, near Tufnell Park tube station, N7 Whittington Park, Holloway…
  3. Venues to play tennis in Islington: Islington Tennis Centre and Gym, Market Rd, N7 9PL (indoor and outdoor courts), including women-only sessions Highbury Fields near to Highbury & Islington station, N5 (booking required) Rosemary Gardens, Southgate Road, N1 (booking required) Tufnell Park Playing Fields near Tufnell…
  4. ( September 2021 - February 2022 ) Tuesday's - 09:30 - 11:00,
    Primary Steps presents Tennis Time; a simplified structured tennis program dedicated to help children develop confidence in their own ability through small achievable tasks. We use fun, interactive games to help achieve developmental milestones.    Each session involves lots of movement and develops a broad…
  5. School Term time: Tuesday to Friday, 3.30-6.30pm. Saturday, 11.30am to 4:30pm. School Holidays and Half Term: Monday to Friday, 10.30am to 1.30pm, and 2.30-5.30pm; Lunch 1.30-2.30pm.
    Three Corners Three Corners has been invaded by one giant robot who’s got a sneaky trick up his sleeve. Will he defeat you or will you be assimilated and forced to join his robot force? Perhaps you can escape by climbing across a net or swinging out…
  6. Monday, 9.30-10.45am, Tuesday, 9.45-10-45, Thursday, 9.45-10.45
    Tick-Tock is a children's music group for under 5's run by professionally trained and highly experienced actors and singers operating 36 weeks of the academic year. In each 45-minute session they sing a selection of nursery rhymes and songs old and new, with a different programme each…
  7. Monday, 5-8pm; Tuesday 5-8pm; Wednesday, 5-8pm (women); Thursday, 5-8pm; Friday, 5-8pm (club boxers); Satuday, closed; Sunday, 11am to 1pm
    The main focus of the club is boxing, but in recent years it has expanded to incorporate football teams, youth-club centres, dance classes and acting classes. The club aims to help young people achieve sporting and artistic success as well as to achieve their full…
  8. School term time, Monday to Friday, 3.30-6.30pm; Saturday, 12pm to 2pm and 3pm to 5pm (school term) Closed for an hour for lunch and cleaning. School Holiday and Half Term: Monday to Friday 10.30am to 5.30pm.
    Toffee Park has a zip wire, an echo slide, and swings of all shapes and sizes. We have a pond where frogs live and a round hedgerow where we have bonfires. Play is free here. Islington Play Association's adventure playgrounds are unique spaces dedicated to…
  9. The club has a membership of serious and not-so-serious triathletes. From the try-a-tri sprint races to Ironman, novice to international competitors, it aims to cater for all triathletes. The club also likes to try its hand at other events – cross country, fell racing, open water swimming,…
  10. Tri London offers swimming for triathlon at Cally Pool & Gym, 229 Caledonian Rd, N1 0NH, and Beacon school, Hilldrop Rd, N7 0JG. The map shows where triathlon and all sport and physical activity is on offer in Islington.  British Triathlon is the national governing body for triathlon.…