People looking for a new way to keep healthy and social this spring can sign up to a trial at one of more than 100 activities around Whitehill & Bordon.
The week-long Spring into Health Festival is showcasing the fantastic clubs and courses available in the area and offering residents the chance to have a go at something new.
Event organisers East Hampshire District Council and the Whitehill Bordon Regeneration Company hope that more than 500 people will sign up to try something for the first time.
Find out the full list of activities on offer at www.whitehillbordon.com
The Spring into Health Festival runs from April 27 to 6 May and is part of the Healthy New Town programme.
Clare Chester, EHDC’s Head of Regeneration, said: “We’re looking for 500 people to try something new during the Spring into Health Festival.
“There’s a huge variety of things for people to try, from arts and crafts to Zumba, so if you’re looking for something new why not have a look at the programme and see if anything takes your fancy.
“Many of these activities are offering free taster sessions so you have nothing to lose by having a go, who knows, you could get hooked on hockey or dazzled by dance.
“Check out the Spring into Health programme, choose an activity that takes your fancy, contact the organiser and give it a go!”
The list of activities on offer includes football, yoga, cricket, running, a roller disco, dance, training, trampolining and cycling.