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The Healthy Enfield Young People Active programme aims to get more young people aged 13-24 to take part in active activities, as part of a group and of their own accord. The aim is to enhance and connect young people to activity opportunities in their local area, help them make use of local facilities and prepare them to be active independently - contributing to creating a sporting habit for life.

Please note that all participants will be required to have Height, Weight and BMI measured

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To book onto any of the sessions please contact the centres below, text the Fusion Sport and Community Development Number or alternatively please turn up to the session on the day.

  • Albany Leisure Centre  Tel: 020 8804 4255
  • Edmonton Leisure Centre  Tel: 020 8375 3750
  • Southbury Leisure Centre  Tel: 020 8245 3201
  • Southgate Leisure Centre  Tel: 020 8882 7963

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Contact Fusion Sport and Community Development on 07747 614855,
or L#FusionEnfield

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