We have a range of indoor activities within South Cambs, from the unusual to old favourites.
South Cambridgeshire District Council have also been supporting groups that deliver activities for participants living with long-term health conditions. Please see more information below.
Wanting a way to be active as a family, but struggling to think of some ways to do it? Why not try our family activity bingo [PDF, 96Kb] and see how many you can complete, and then tick them off when you have. For some healthy recipe inspiration please visit HealthyYou.
What is pickleball?
Pickleball is a fun sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. Played both indoors or outdoors on a badminton-sized court and a slightly modified tennis net. 2 or 4 players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, over a net.
Even though pickleball is like tennis, there are important differences that make pickleball especially more accessible for children and seniors.
Where can I do this?
At Cambourne Everyone Active, from 1pm to 3pm every Friday. The cost is £5.
New Age Kurling
What is New Age Kurling?
New Age Kurling is an adapted version of the original curling game which can be played indoors on any flat surface. The game can be played when standing or sitting.
Where can I do this?
We have 6 New Age Kurling sessions taking place in South Cambridgeshire. This is an ongoing programme.
|Location||Session leader||Email address||Date and time||Price per person|
|Papworth Village Hall||Joan/Eddie Tomkinsonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Friday, 10:45am to 12:15pm||£2|
|Gamlingay Eco Hub||Kate Laugharneemail@example.com||Wednesday, 2:30pm to 3:30pm||£2|
|Fowlmere Village Hall||Dorothy Woodsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Monday, 2pm to 3pm||£2|
|Girton William Collyn Community Centre||Max Ruddockemail@example.com||Monday, 2pm to 3pm||£3|
|Hauxton Community Centre||Antoinette Anderson and Jane Ward||Wednesday, 11am to 1pm||£2|
|Great Chishill Village Hall||Tess Gent and Alison Truett||Friday, 7.30pm to 9pm||£2|
Sports centres in South Cambridgeshire
Please note: For enquiries and bookings please contact the venues directly
Bassingbourn Sports Centre
Bottisham Sports Centre
Cambourne Fitness and Sports Centre
Comberton Sports & Arts
Cottenham Sports Centre
Gamlingay school facilities
Location: Station Road, Gamlingay
Telephone: 01767 651785
Impington Sports Centre
Linton Sports Centre
Melbourn Sports Centre
Sawston Sports Centre
Swavesey Sports Centre
Living Sport is a Cambridgeshire and Peterborough organisation that aims to get more people playing sport and living active, healthy lifestyles.
Living sport is made up of individuals and organisations - including South Cambridgeshire District Council - with an interest in sport and physical activity.
Active at Home
Get Moving Cambridge have an online library of exercise sessions and healthy eating programmes! Just click and browse, free content all in one place includes home workouts, yoga, recipe cards, relax & unwind, return to fitness course, walk before you run courses plus many more. All accessible free of charge all year round, on demand when you want to Get Moving Cambridge.
Located near Wandlebury, ClubCycle Cambridge is a new indoor cycling studio, which has a team of experienced instructors, a coach, and classes that are suitable for all ages and fitness abilities.
ClubCycle has classes 7 days a week at a variety of times. Classes are either 30 or 40 minutes and start with a warm up and finish with a cool down. During the class, you will work through some climbs, sprints, and flat roads in sessions designed by each expert instructor.
Find out more on the ClubCycle Cambridge website.