Healthy lifestyles

Where to get active in Hart

You will find lots of places and ways to stay fit and healthy right on your doorstep in Hart.

Hart countryside sites

Visit the Hart Countryside section to find out about our country parks and open spaces. Enjoy a day out with the family, take part in guided walks or join a volunteer group. 

The Green Hart Category in the Here for Hart Directory has tips for where to enjoy time outdoors in Hart.

Leisure centres

You'll find loads to do at the Everyone Active Hart Leisure Centre and Everyone Active Frogmore Leisure Centre.

Ask about their discounted or free memberships if you are in the armed forces, are a full time carer, have a disability, receive benefits or have Parkinson's.

Community centres

Our local community centres host a wide range of exercise classes, from dance and aerobics to yoga and tai chi. 

To find a community centre look on the Here for Hart Directory.

Steady and Strong / Seated Exercise

Steady and Strong classes are designed to help people over 65 improve their strength and balance. They can help you live independently for longer and avoid falls. You can do some exercise classes without leaving your home.

Rushmoor Healthy Living (RHL) offer local exercise classes for older adults and people with health conditions. They have a range of seated and low impact classes as well as sessions for people living with COPD or recovering from a heart condition. They have Zoom and face to face classes. To see the full range of classes, visit their website.

Sports Clubs in Hart

The Keep Active pages in the Here for Hart Directory list lots of sports clubs and other ways to keep active in Hart. From football to folk dancing there is something for everyone.


There are a lot of cycling clubs in Hart for a range of ages and abilities. Have a look at the Here for Hart Directory to find a group near you.

British Cycling’s Breeze programme encourages more women to get on their bikes and join organised cycle rides at various levels from beginner to advanced.

Couch to 5K 

This national programme helps people get off the couch and jogging or running in nine weeks. It builds your confidence and fitness with a gentle mix of walking and running. You can download the Couch to 5K app on the App Store or the Couch to 5K app on Google Play.

Run Together offers friendly support and encouragement for people who want to join a local running group for beginners.