Helping Active Vale ladies have fun and get moving
Funded by Sport England and run by Aylesbury Vale District Council, Active Vale is all about helping the women and girls across the Vale to be more active, more often, by providing a range of fun and friendly activities with support from local partners.
Either view our calendar for an overview of when all the sessions are taking place, or click below for more information about each activity.
Buggy Bootcamp classes
Exercise without having to look for childcare. Have fun and exercise in the fresh air and meet new people.
Six weeks of sociable and informal netball games taking place across the Vale
Ladies only Garden Therapy afternoons for women to get closer to nature and try out a variety of activities in the fresh air.
Ladies Swimming Lessons
Weekly swimming lessons for beginner swimmers who are looking to build their confidence in the water. See the ladies swimming page for bookings and more information
Girls-only Swimming Lessons
Female only sessions run in private pools for 14 year olds and over to help beginner swimmers improve their confidence and strokes in the water.
Lunchtime HiiT sessions
Lunchtime weekly high-intensity interval training sessions aiming to increase your fitness levels.
Taster Gym Class
Try out a variety of taster gym classes to see which you would like to try in full.
Self defence classes – Being held in Buckingham and Aylesbury for women only.
Team sport taster sessions (Aylesbury) - get a chance to try something new! Team sport taster sessions including rugby, football, hockey, cricket and netball
If you would like to receive email updates on the classes and sessions we’re planning, please email us. We will also post updates on Facebook and Twitter.
About our funding
Aylesbury Vale District Council have been awarded nearly £135,000 from Sport England’s Community Sport Activation Fund to deliver a three year programme from 2016 to increase participation levels in sports and physical activity in women and girls aged 14 – 40 years. Research shows this group particularly struggle to achieve their recommended 3 x 30 minutes of exercise per week.