Find the support & resources you need to get active
‘Portchester Petanque Club was set up in 1988 and currently has over 80 members. The aim was to create a group to pursue the game of Pétanque.We think we run a club open to anyone, with no restrictions and from my point of view a great social meeting point. All ages are welcome, including those with mobility or health limitations.In addition throughout the summer months we run one hour sessions for 8 to 10 year olds each week with the same objective of encouraging more interest in the game. We are building a good group of people from all age groups who meet regularly on Tuesday evenings. A great opportunity for old and young to meet and learn to get on together. We welcome visitors and guests to our regular playing sessions so why not come along and have a go.
Sunday: 10:00 – 12:00, Monday: 13:15 – 15:00, Wednesday: 10:00 – 12:00
Runs every Monday 2-4pm, £3.50 charge.
The Hall hosts many local Warsash clubs and societies covering a variety of interests.
Over 60? Come along and have a go at cheerleading and have a chat with friends over a tea/coffee with cake and biscuits. Open to both men and women.
Classes are adapted to be inclusive, so no matter what your ability you will be able to take part. Classes are suitable for all fitness levels. Cheerleading is a great way to build confidence and encourage team work.
Bridgemary Methodist Church
1pm – 2.30pm every Wednesday. Only £3 per session.
Suitable for ALL levels of fitness and ability. Improve’s cardiovascular fitness, muscle tone, balance, flexibility and co-ordination. Speically designed for the over 50’s. Class can also be done seated.
A very sociable class where you are guaranteed to make new friends and have lots of fun. Everyone welcome.
Tuesday 9.50am or 10.50am – Club Hampshire, Willis Road, Gosport
Thursday 9.50am – Family Church Hall, Layton Road, Gosport
£4 per session.
Contact: Pauline Grant
Open Fridays from 3rd May 2019, 10.30am to 3.30pm. Privett’s Pavillion, Privett Park, Gosport PO12 3SX.
Serving homemade hot and cold light lunches and refreshments with a selection of teas, coffees and soft drinks at affordable prices.
1.30pm – 2.30pm Net and Natter – Leisurely cricket for non players of all ages and abilities. Come along at any time and enjoy a short spell of batting and/or bowling in the nets, then have a cuppa on us.
Kundalini Yoga with Renata.
Mondays 7pm – 8.30pm no booking required.
Cost £8 per session.
Gosport Community Association, 54 Bury Road, Gosport
All Enquiries please contact Renata
Want to try something different and have fun at the same time? Cheerleading has many health benefits and can increase social wellbeing, help to aid weight loss, improve mobility and can also help to improve coordination and memory.
Classes are adapted to be inclusive, so no matter what your ability, you will be able to take part. Classes are suitable for all fitness levels, men and women are welcome.
Location: Freedom Centre, Netherton Road, Gosport PO12 4PH
Time: 10.15am – 11.15am
Every Thursday from April 4th, £3 per session
(Gosport Live at Home)
Class is designed to help improve strength and balance, especially aiding the muscles used in everyday activity. The exercises are performed from the comfort of a chair and each exercise is performed at a pace that suits you.
Held every Monday 3pm – 3.45pm – Gosport Leisure Centre, Forest Way, Fareham Road, Gosport PO13 0ZX.
Cost: Members & Concession Card Holders £3.75, Non Members £6.10 – Call to book your place.
Juniper Court offer a wide range of activities, everyone is welcome, not just residents.
1st Monday of the month – 11am Church Service
Wednesday 10.30am – Bingo
Thursday 10.30am – Seated Exercise
Friday 9am – Art Class
There is also an onsite restaurant which offers a variety of food and is open to the public.
Gentle exercise for older people.
Every Tuesday 10am – 11am at:
Stokes Bay Road
£5 per session, first session is free. Price includes tea/coffee after the class.
No need to book, just turn up.
Swimming sessions for the over 50’s are held every Monday and Thursday, 9.35am – 12.00pm.
Gosport Leisure Centre
A fun, low-intensity session for those aged over 50. These sessions will vary from centre to centre and include a variety of different activities, depending on which centre you’re visiting.
Sessions held Mondays and Fridays, 9.30am – 1.15pm.
Fareham Leisure Centre
These sessions are designed for people aged 50 and over. Here, you can swim freely, and it’s a great way to get active without pushing yourself too hard.
Sessions are held daily (weekdays only) from 11.30am – 12.00pm.
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. The memories, as well as the love for the game, never leave players.
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.
Sessions run every:
Monday 12.30pm to 1.30pm
Thursday 12.00pm – 1pm
Cost: £3 pay at the leisure centre desk
Fareham Leisure Centre
Reduced price activities at and around Fareham Leisure Centre for those needing to increase their activity levels and help with support of the referral team.
Health & wellbeing activities to include cardiac rehab, falls prevention, Tai Chi, walking to health.
Gosport Leisure Centre offers a variety of facilities and also operates tailored exercise schemes for people with medical conditions.
Open daily until 1opm.
We have a number of activity sessions for older adults each week. Just turn up and enjoy a range of activities and meet new friends.
£2.70 per person
£2.70 per person