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Being active by running, walking, basketball, swimming, dance and skateboarding can benefit your mental and physical health.

BeeZee Bodies

BeeZee Bodies are a dedicated team of nutritionists and behaviour change experts, helping you make real, long lasting changes towards a healthier lifestyle.

BeeZee Bodies run weight management and healthy lifestyles programmes for adults and families in Brighton & Hove, Hertfordshire and Gloucestershire.


To find out more information or register for this course, email David Golding,


BeeZee Bodies
42a Church Street

Sport Stevenage

Sport Stevenage aim to develop opportunities for all to participate in sport and physical activity in Stevenage. They have a local club database that you can use to see what sports clubs are out there for you.

Herts Sports Partnership

Herts Sports Partnership is an organisation set up to work together to encourage more people to be more active more often. 

Our Sport and Leisure team

Active Lifestyles

Launching in the new year, we have a weekly physical activity and lifestyles programme called Active Lifestyles. The physical activity programme will include bootcamp and circuit style sessions.

Starting on January 12 2021, the course will run every Tuesday from 4:30pm - 5:30pm at Marriotts Sports Centre.

To find out more information or to register for this course, email Emily Clark,

So Active - Fit Kidz Bootcamp

To find out more information or to register for these sessions email,

Play Services

We run 3 neighbourhood Play Centres throughout the year. Stevenage children aged between 5 and 14 years of age can attend the play centres throughout the town. The service is free of charge and children can come and go as they please.

To find out more information, email Diane Wenham,

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