We provide a wide range of activities targeted at young people of various ages and abilities. Have a look at the table below for more information:
Activities for young people:
|Activity ||Ages ||Further Information |
Active Coast activities
Active Coast is about providing opportunities to get active, be healthy and enjoy life on the East Yorkshire coast. A main feature of Active Coast is the exciting Beach Sports programme which includes a vibrant beach volleyball scene with four semi-permanent Go Spike courts free to use. Why not also join in the weekly coaching sessions which will take place every week in the school holidays. So check out what’s on and hit the beach!
| All ages || |
Further information on all of the Active Coast activities, please go to the Active Coast page on the Visit Hull & East Yorkshire (VHEY) website
A national programme aimed at providing activities for young people to give them good experiences and steer them away from crime and anti-social behaviour. The programme provides a mixture of open sessions and sessions just for specific targeted groups.
|Ages 11 -16 || |
To view all Positive Lifestyles activities open to the public, please go to the events page (external East Riding website)
Twilight football is an informal turn-up and play football based initiative, running as part of the Positive Lifestyles programme.
Sessions are available at Bridlington, Goole, Hornsea, Howden and Withernsea.
|Ages 12-19 || |
To view all the Twilight Football sessions, please go to the events page (external East Riding website)
Fun and varied sport, fitness and lifestyle activities for females aged 14+. Sessions include volleyball, dodgeball, arts and crafts, making slime and much more!
The sessions currently run in Bridlington, Goole and Withernsea
|Females aged 14+ || |
For all queries regarding the Us Girls, please contact Bernie Clarke on (01482) 392533 or email email@example.com
A lot of voluntary sports clubs also offer sessions for young people. These activities can be found using our sports club finder.
Many leisure centres offer a number of sport and play sessions for young people.
For further information on our activities, you can contact the Health and Wellbeing service at: