Walking Netball has evolved from a growing demand for walking sports. Often, one of netball’s strengths is that people never forget playing the sport and the memories as well as the love for the game never leave.
Walking Netball is a slower version of the game; it is netball, but at a walking pace. The game has been designed so that anyone can play it regardless of age or fitness level.
From those who have dropped out of the sport they love due to serious injury, to those who believed they had hung up their netball trainers many years ago, it really is for everyone.
Women the length of the country have begun playing the game of Walking Netball for the fun, laughter and camaraderie the social session brings, as much as the health benefits on offer. It can give those who feel isolated an outlet, provide an activity for those who don’t deem themselves fit enough to run anymore and offer a stepping stone for those looking for a pathway back into netball.
Blue Flames Sporting Club
Mondays 11.30-12.30 (Starting 13th March)
£3 included tea/coffee
Gemma Sandberg - Gemma.firstname.lastname@example.org
Astley Community High School, Seaton Delaval,NE25 0PB
7pm tp 8pm
£3 per session
Vic Atkinson email@example.com
Wentworth Leisure Centre, Hexham NE46 3PD
14:45 to 15:45
£3 per session
Kathie Keady firstname.lastname@example.org
Consett Leisure Centre
Kirby Moor School, Brampton CA8 2AB
10am to 11am
£3 per session inc cup of tea/coffee.
Yvonne Black email@example.com
The Louisa Centre in Stanley
Friday starting 24th Feb
Riverside Leisure Centre
1pm to 2pm
Astley High School
7pm to 8pm
Wentworth Leisure Centre
Ponteland Leisure Centre
Willowburn Leisure Centre
Wark Recreational Club
Regional Office Address:
England Netball Northumbria University,
5 Ellison Terrace, Room 317,
Ellison Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8ST
Rachel Barr - Regional Coordinator.
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Telephone: 0191 261 4116
Netball Development Officers