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Walking Football
Walking Football

Walking Football

Walking Football is a slower, less physical version of the traditional game. The game is designed to be inclusive for all.

It is a great way to keep active and allows people to get back into football if they have previously had to stop due to injury or age.

The sessions are designed for those who are aged 50+, however exceptions can be made dependent on circumstance.

We offer 3 sessions per week:

Monday – 4pm – 5pm @ Foundation Arena – £2
Tuesday – 5.30pm – 6.45pm @ Foundation Arena – £2

For more information please contact mattcampbell@wolves.co.uk or 07908 101608.

Walking Cricket
Walking Cricket

Walking Cricket

Please note: Walking Cricket is currently on hold and will return Friday 8th September at times below.

Walking Cricket is a less intense more social version of the traditional game.

The game is played at walking pace and delivers cricketing skills to players who may not have played for a while. For new players the format provides a different way of keeping fit and active.

Our sessions are focused for adults 50+ but anyone aged 18+ is welcome.
Our session takes place on Fridays, 2.15pm – 3.45pm at the Foundation Indoor Arena, WV Active (WV6 9NW). It is FREE to attend.

For more information contact mattcampbell@wolves.co.uk or 07908 101608

Nordic Walking
Nordic Walking

Nordic Walking

Nordic Walking is a social walking group with an emphasis on keeping fit and active.

The group meet twice a week at West Park:

Monday 10am – 11am
Thursday 10am – 11am

We run ‘Learn to Nordic Walk’ courses throughout the year for those who are new to the activity. These are important for anyone new to learn the correct technique of walking with poles.

For more information contact mattcampbell@wolves.co.uk or 07908 101608

Women’s Football
Women’s Football

Women’s Football

Women’s Football is a session is open to adult females aged 18+.

The sessions are designed to be fun and informal where all abilities can come together and play. We welcome everyone, from those who haven’t played before to those who play more regularly.

Our session takes place on a Monday evening, 6pm – 7pm, at the City of Wolverhampton College Wellington Road Campus (WV14 6BT) and sessions are free to attend.

For more information contact mattcampbell@wolves.co.uk or 07908 101608.

Get Active in Wolverhampton (ATF)

Get Active in Wolverhampton (ATF)

The Active Through Football programme aims to support local people in changing behaviour and become physically active through the means of football-based activity.  It is funded through the Football Foundation and Sport England.

Through community engagement the programme offers a variety of physical activity sessions for local people to attend. This helps with increasing activity levels for people aged 18+ and promote behaviour change by improving and maintaining physical activity levels.

For more information on current sessions please contact Liam Turner on 07483 446404 or LiamTurner@wolves.co.uk

Diabetes Education

Diabetes Education

The X-PERT education programme is a structured education programme for type 2 diabetics funded through Black Country Integrated Care Board. The programme is for type 2 diabetics who attend a Wolverhampton GP.

The programme covers a variety of topics with the aim of improving knowledge and confidence at managing their condition. The programme has been shown to improve diabetes control, reduce diabetes medication, increase self-management skills, and improve lifestyle and quality of life.

If you are interested in attending one of our X-PERT courses please speak to your GP or contact Rachel Smith on rachelsmith@wolves.co.uk or 01902 828366.

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