Our Sports Development Team will be taking part in the amazing #CaptainTom100 initiative and we would love to encourage you to do the same!
How it works: Everyone is invited to take on a '100' challenge of their choice over Sir Captain Tom's birthday weekend.
1. Think up your 100 challenge (it can be anything you like from walking 100 metres to baking 100 cakes or writing 100 letters)
2. Complete your 100 challenge any time between Friday 30th April and Monday 3rd May
3. Share your 100 challenge on social media using #CaptainTom100
You can also fundraise or donate to a charity of your choice if you wish.
More information on the #CaptainTom100 can be found here:
Be sure to look out for our own challenge posts coming soon... 😁
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Hello All, 

We are delighted to let you know that our Havering Walking for Health Programme is back up and running!

 Our Regular Weekly Walks schedule is as follows:





Meeting Point



Mondays, 11am

Harrow Lodge Park

Main Carpark, Hornchurch Sports Centre, RM11 1JU

30 – 60min


Tuesdays, 11am

Raphael Park

In front of the Café, Main Road Romford, RM2 5EB

30 – 60min


Wednesdays, 10am

Hornchurch Country Park

Visitors Centre, Squadrons Approach, RM12 6TD

30 – 60min


Fridays, 10.15am

Eastbrookend Country Park

Millennium Centre, Dagenham Road, RM7 0SS

30 – 60min



Upon arrival you will need to give your name and contact details so that a Walk Leader can make note of this on their Register List for NHS Track and Trace purposes. You will also need to remain socially distanced (2m) throughout the duration of the walk. Please also ensure that you have on appropriate clothing and footwear.

If you have any questions don't hesitate to get in touch with us by phone or by email.

Phone: 01708 431016
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We are so pleased to share this wonderful news story about one of our own – Olly Flower.

Olly has competed in the Panathlon Challenge and represented Team Havering at the London Youth Games on many occasions over the years. 

Today, we are incredibly proud to announce that he is the recent recipient of the Jack Petchey Foundation 'Special Recognition' award for dedication as an athlete and for helping others achieve at Panathlon competitions.

Olly attended Redden Court School here in Havering and was due to attend the Boccia England national team trials just before the pandemic hit. He is a true talent. 

Congratulations Olly - you are a superstar! â­
Olly Flower

We were deeply saddened to learn about the passing of Pete Bruce last week – a much loved and valued member of our Havering Active sport coaching team.

Pete dedicated much of his time and energy towards the development of tennis within the borough and was extremely passionate in doing so. He successfully coached the Havering London Youth Games tennis team for many seasons and regularly assisted with the delivery of our Para Sport programme. He also helped found the Havering Sports Council in 1967 and served as its President.

Throughout the years Pete picked up an array of awards for his lifetime of service to coaching. He has left behind an incredible legacy – both on and off the court – that will carry on for years to come. He was always quick to tell a joke and was a truly genuine, kind and fun guy to be around.

Our thoughts are with his family during this extremely difficult time.

Pete, thank you for all that you have done for us. You will be missed and you will never be forgotten.

Pete Bruce


The fantastic team over at Right Development Foundation are offering youth online activity sessions to help young people stay moving and motivated during this current lockdown.
Sessions are every Wednesday for those aged 6 - 17 years. See flyer below for further details and information.