Active News News Archive

  • This Girl Can Cycle in Autumn

    Come and join us on a bike ride in the dark along Newcastle Quayside.

  • Programme Name Competition

    The Active Health Team are looking to redesign and reshape its physical activity and nutrition programme offer for 5 – 16yr olds.

  • #ThisGirlCan Fun Run (5km)

    After an amazing launch last year our This Girl Can Fun Run is back! This year Active & Sport North Tyneside are taking the lead role but we’ll be there too to make this event just as amazing as last year, if not even better.

  • Cycle City Tours

    Come along to our Cycle Newcastle training sessions to learn to cycle with confidence with our BikeRight qualified instructors. We are offering:

  • October Sports Camps

    Active Newcastle are working in partnership with NCL to deliver holiday sports camps at West Denton Pool and All Saints Sports Centre during the October half term holiday. The camps will run from Wednesday 26th October to Friday 28th October at 10.00am -3.00pm.

  • Opportunity to become Sunderland’s Tall Ships Race Ambassador

    Closing Date 7th October!!!

    Learning to sail is easier than you think. Newcastle City Council will pick one young person between the ages of 15-18 years of age to be the city’s ambassador for the 2018 Tall Ships Race which is visiting Sunderland. As part of the ambassador role you will get access to training and develop skills so you can enjoy sailing and other water activities.

  • Roller Derby 2016


    Come and say hello to the Newcastle Roller Girls squad and have a go at Roller Derby every Sunday for a period of 15 weeks (with a break over Christmas) from 10.30am to 12.30pm at Walker Activity Dome


Active Health

  • Why Weight

    Why Weight is a 10 week group based weight management programme.

  • LiveWell

    LiveWell is an exercise referral programme that is funded by the NHS.

  • On the Go

    On the Go is a healthy lifestyle programme for 5 – 16 year olds (and their families) who are too heavy for their height. (Higher than normal BMI).