We encourage you to stay active whilst being at home. Sport England has released their #StayInWorkOut campaign where they have lots of advice and tips on how to stay active on their webpage.
Why not check out our YouTube channel where our Physical Activity and Well being officer will be uploading weekly challenges and exercises for you and your family to do at home or in your local community. And of course check out our Facebook page for regular updates too.
Bikeability learn to ride is a nationally accredited learn to ride programme as part of the national Bikeability Plus scheme. Malvern Hills District Council is now Bikeability accredited. The course is aimed at children aged 4+ years old who cannot ride bike. The course aims to develop a child's balance, co-ordination, gliding and stopping skills, ultimately achieving a key lifetime milestone - learning to ride a bike without stabilisers.
Most children master all the skills needed to learn to ride within one session, we therefore recommend that parents/guardians book their child onto one course in the first instance. If any further sessions are needed our Instructor can discuss these with you on an individual basis.
Cost £7.50 per child.
Future course dates
How to Book (Booking Essential)
All parents/guardians must:
- First check availability
- complete and return the booking form
- make payment to secure your child’s booking.
There are only eight places available on each course with a minimum of five children for the course to run. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Should a course need to be cancelled for any reason, then parents/guardians will be offered a full refund or opportunity to transfer onto a future course.
What do I need to bring?
You must provide your own bike (with stabilisers removed) and helmet, the course is usually 45 minutes to 1 hour long and takes place outside on a tennis court.