ALL Active activities and timetables | Kent Sport

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ALL Active

Student and staff social active sessions

The ALL Active programme offers an array of fun, relaxed, social sporting activities. These non-competitive, turn-up-and-play recreational sessions are ideal for students and staff who want to try new activities, meet new people and maintain a healthy lifestyle regardless of ability or age. 

Don't be put off if you're joining on your own - a Sports Development staff member will be there to welcome you and join in.

All equipment is provided so you just need comfortable and appropriate footwear and clothing.

Social timetable

Our range of social sessions include running, badminton, tennis and much more!

There's something for everyone, and no equipment or experience is needed!

Events list

Session booking

All sessions must be booked online through your account. 

Select 'classes' and then 'activity' and then the session you want to attend in the dropdown box. 

A minimum of Kent Sport Pay to Play membership is required to take part in ALL Active sessions. If you're not a Kent Sport member and you want to take part in ALL Active sessions, visit https://kentsport.kent.ac.uk/lhweb/en/members/home to create an account.

ALL Active sessions are free for Kent Sport Premium Plus members.

Contact us

If you have any questions about the ALL Active programme, contact sportsdevelopment@kent.ac.uk

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to bring my own equipment?

All equipment is provided for each session - all you need is comfortable shoes and clothes!

I'm not a Kent Sport member, can I still join in?

Of course! Our sessions are open to all University of Kent students and staff, all you need to do is create an online account with Kent Sport at https://kentsport.kent.ac.uk/lhweb/en/members/home

How much do sessions cost?

ALL Active sessions are free for Kent Sport Premium Plus members. 

If you are a Kent Sport Premium, Plus or Pay to Play member, each session costs £2.

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