We currently have 19 venues across 6 counties.
Harlow Leisurezone - Parking Charge
If you park within the lesirezone carpark for each visit there is a charge of £2.80 this is paid to the parking machine after session before exiting. There is also an option to sign your child up for a yearly membership at the Leisurezone (at time of writing this is £5) this allows you unlimited parking but again is verified by a machine at the end of a session.
We are now at our INSIDE Venue
For Harlow Town Park, please park at the 5th Avenue Carpark, or Toby Carvery where you will get 2 hours free parking. We are next to the bandstand.
Outside Address: Harlow Town Park, Park Lane, Harlow, Essex, CM20 2QQ
Inside Address: Harlow Leisurezone, Second Avenue, Harlow, Essex, CM20 3DT
Classes at Harlow are priced at £7.00 and are divided into the following age groups and times:
18m - 3yr (9:20) - Time: 09:20 - 10:10 am
4 - 6yr (10:15) - Time: 10:15 - 11:10 am
Harlow Terms Dates
We run 4 terms a year. These fall in line with the main school terms and are as follows:
11th January 2020 - 4th April 2020 (13 weeks)
7th September 2019 - 21st December 2019 (16 weeks)
25th April 2020 - 18th July 2020 (13 weeks)
12th September 2020 - 19th December 2020 (15 weeks)
- Tom Kavanagh - Lead CoachTom has been playing rugby since the age of six and during this time he has enjoyed playing for Harlow Rugby Club, Epping Upper Clapton Rugby Club as well as Essex and Eastern Counties. Tom has experience as a Lead Community Coach for the Sports Development Programme which he ran on behalf of Harlow Rugby Club into all local schools. During this time Tom completed his RFU Level 2 coaching certificate. Tom has coached children for over seven years and has taught children from as young as 18 months all the way up to 18 years. He is very proud to have coached both boys and girls, he feels there is a lot of growing space for more girls to play and enjoy rugby. Tom\'s main passion is introducing as many young children into not only a sport but a community which they can be part of for the rest of their lives. He finds great pride in seeing people he has coached move into sports related careers and feels like he is passing on his love of the game. Seeing how the children evolve in ability and eagerness to partake further encourages Tom\'s drive to teach rugby at a grass roots level.