Activities galore with Kent Sport this summer term

All work and no play? Not with the Sport at Kent term three timetable. We’re excited to offer a variety of sports, unique fitness and dance classes, and funky one-off events to give your brain a break during exam season.

Starting this week, we’re welcoming back our ever popular Stamp Out Stress (SOS) sessions as part of the fitness and dance timetable with five refreshing classes a week to help you relax. To stamp out even more stress we have a dedicated timetable with activities ranging from guided bike rides to bubble football. Kent Sport Physiotherapy is offering £14 30-minute sports massages to fully work out your stress.

Inter College football Cup, Kent Amateur Football League Cup and the Vice-Chancellor’s Cup competitions continue this term.

Looking ahead to the rest of the term, there’s the Canterbury 10k on Sunday 20 May at 10.30am or several cycle rides catered to all abilities taking you to Chartham, Whitstable or Herne Bay.

Let’s Play continues to offer a wide range of activities for just £1 such as open swim sessions, table tennis, badminton, and many more. This is your chance to give these activities a go and perhaps discover a hidden talent! The timetable also contains a dedicated ‘This Girl Can’ weight lifting session.

Staff: Get involved with the various activities throughout the week during the lunchtime hour. From netball to hockey to running, there are lots of options to active during your break.

For more information on the events mentioned above download Sport at Kent which highlights all our activities and events. Inside, find timetables for football, tennis, Let’s Play activities, fitness and dance classes, Vice-Chancellor’s Cup and Stamp Out Stress.

You can check out our online events calendar at or pop into the Sports Centre and pick up a term three Sport at Kent activities booklet.

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