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“We are north London’s most established cycling team. We have both an enviable reputation racing on the road, time trials and Cyclo Cross. We are keen to attract new cycling talent and are always interested to hear from either cyclists who are currently racing and looking for a new team OR enthusiastic amateurs aiming to start racing.”

“Shaftesbury cater for athletes of all ages from 10 years upwards, competing in track and field athletics, cross-country and road running.

The club welcomes new members – Athletes, Officials (or prospective Officials), Coaches (or those who may be interested in taking up Coaching) or Supporters who are as important as the Athletes themselves.”

Shaftesbury is based at Allianz Park.

“What is Oak Hill park run? It is a 5km run – it’s you against the clock.

When is it? Every Saturday at 9:00am.

Where is it? It’s run in Oak Hill Park, East Barnet, London.”

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“VK Barnet is north London’s premier Volleyball club.

We train indoors every Wednesday evening (September till June) from 8pm to 10pm at the Queen Elizabeth Leisure Centre, Barnet, North London EN5 5RR.

We are affiliated to the Hertfordshire Volleyball Association and we currently run two Men’s teams one in Division 1, the other in Division 2, one team in the Ladies’ Division and a Mixed team.

VK Barnet Volleyball Club are looking for new players to join both their ladies and men’s squads.”

“If you’re looking for a friendly swimming club, whatever your swimming needs, we aim to be the club for you.

We have regular evening training sessions during the week, and morning training sessions at the weekend at the following locations:

Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School
Address: High Street, Barnet, Hertfordshire, EN5 5RR
Monday, Tuesday, Friday (Swim School only) & Sunday

Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School for Boys
Address: Queens Road, Barnet, Hertfordshire, EN5 4DQ
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday

Whitings Hill Primary School
Address: Whitings Road, Barnet, Hertfordshire, EN5 2QY
Tuesday for Swim School only”

“We are a friendly bunch of people united by our passion for Orienteering. In Orienteering circles we are often known as “Happy Herts” or just HH. We have achieved Sport England Clubmark accreditation status which recognises our commitment to fostering opportunities for juniors and to those who help with our junior activities.

Happy Herts draws its membership from across the county and beyond (including North London & Middlesex) and across a wide spectrum of Orienteering competence. It exists to promote the sport of Orienteering, both by organising events and by encouraging members to attend the events of other clubs.”

“The London Orienteering Klubb (LOK) draws its members from the north side of the River Thames and to the west of the Lea Valley. It competes against other clubs and hosts local and regional races.

Our runners are of all ages, from beginners to national standard atheletes. New members are most welcome and training can be given.

The sport is of Swedish origin, and we have used the Swedish spelling in our name.”

“Welcome to North London Outdoor Group (also known as Barnet YHA Group).

North London Outdoor Group (also known as Barnet YHA Group) organises walking weekends away throughout the year, weekend day walks, summer evening walks and social events for members. We organise about 20 weekends away each year.

We currently have about 75 members in the age range 30s to 50s and above, living in North London and Hertfordshire.”

“We’re a judo club based in Lyonsdown Hall, Lyonsdown Road, Barnet – all ages welcome”

For more information please contact Simon Mazzullo.

“Baseball is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK and, with the increasing coverage of Major League Baseball on British television, Herts Baseball Club is seeing a huge growth in the number of youth and adult members.

We are one of the largest baseball clubs in the country and are affiliated with the adult and youth leagues of the British Baseball Federation and Little League Inc.”

“Welcome to the Hadley Angling and Preservation Society website. HAPS Is a small, friendly club that was formed in 1982 to control fishing at Jack’s Lake in Hadley Woods, Barnet, Hertfordshire. The lake is available to members and day tickets. The club arranges matches and coach outings for club members.”

“The Barnet & District Angling Club was started in 1933 by a group of keen local fishermen who wanted to provide fishing facilities to local anglers.”

“Most of our members live in the Borough of Enfield, the northern half of Barnet Borough, and South Herts around Potters Bar, Northaw & Cuffley, but you are very welcome to join us wherever you live. Our group was founded in 1972 by keen local walkers, and has offered a full programme of walks led by experienced leaders to successive generations for over 40 years. We share a love of walking and the countryside.

If you would like to join us, you become a member of Ramblers national organisation. They will assign you to our group if you live in our patch (EN1 to EN6, N9, N11 to N14, N18, N20, or N21) or, if you live elsewhere, you can specify our group when you join. If you are already a member of another Group, you can ask to be added to our mailing list to receive our Newsletter & full Walks Programme. Come along and try a couple of walks first.

As well as organising a full programme of walks and social activities, members of our group help to check out local footpaths and work to safeguard the footpath network.”

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