Upcoming Sports Events and Activities in Cheltenham

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With summer on the horizon and the weather getting (slightly!) warmer, it’s becoming harder and harder to find an excuse not to get out and active.

Thankfully Cheltenham is packed full of fun sporting activities and events for the whole family to enjoy.

Below you’ll find some sport-related events that should shuffle a few endorphins into action, plus 4 fab attractions open daily for your to get your fitness-fix.

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UPCOMING SPORT & FITNESS EVENTS

The Mayor’s Well-Fit Morning - The final fundraiser from Mayor Klara Sudbury, this event is designed for all fitness levels and you will meet a host of Cheltenham’s very own yoga, pilates and Zumba teachers from lots of different studios. Kids welcome. Find out more

Junior Park Run - Every Sunday, youngsters are invited along to Junior Park Run - a fun, free weekly event organised by volunteers, giving young people aged 4 -14 a chance to take part in a timed 2k run. Find out more

EVERY DAY SPORT & FITNESS ACTIVITIES

Anyone for tennis? Did you know you can book one of Cheltenham’s tennis courts online anytime via the In The Park booking system? Choose between Pittville or Montpellier Courts and start practising for Wimbledon. Find out more

Last year Cheltenham’s very own, specially made BMX track opened after a fundraising campaign by local parents. Find out more

Ok, so ‘sport’ might be over-egging it, but 18 holes around Mr Mulligan’s Lost World Golf will certainly stretch your legs, and if you’re anything like as bad as us, provide a few belly-laughs in the process. Choose from two amazing courses, and stop off at the restaurant for some great-value food whether you’re golfing, spectating, or visiting the shops. Find out more.

For thrills, spills and cardio, check out Airborne Trampoline Park on Tewkesbury Road. They run sessions for toddlers, kids, adults and Air Burn fitness, and for the super-extreme, try the Ninja Run. Find out more