Mums and daughters exercising together

#TimeTogether Activity Ideas


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Throughout October we shared lots of fantastic activity ideas from some great partners.

Did you try something new with your mum/mother-figure or daughter/daughter figure?

Beat the street selfie competition

Beat the Street

Beat the Street turns towns into giant games. Earn points, win prizes and discover more about your area by walking, running and cycling.

Pick up a Beat the Street card and swipe Beat Boxes across your community. Take part in our selfie competition by sharing a photo of you and your daughter playing Beat the Street with the hashtag #TimeTogether for your chance to win a £50 voucher!

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Find your local game



Boccia England


Boccia is an indoor sport designed specifically for disabled people, where players throw, kick or use a ramp to propel a ball onto the court, with the aim of getting the closest to a ‘jack’ ball.

The charity Boccia England is aiming to build the sport and encourage new players to join. You can compete as an individual, in a pair or as a team of three.

Find a boccia club



A mum and daughter practicing boxing hits together


Although boxing is a stereotypically masculine sport, there’s lots that women and girls can gain from it.

Boxing is all about strength, empowerment and channelling your emotions into something that’s good for your mind and body.

If you would like to try out boxing with your daughter, check out the England Boxing website to find a club near you…

Find a boxing club



Brent Cross Town

Brent Cross Town

We’re excited to be working in Partnership with Brent Cross Town to bring you some fun #TimeTogether events for mums and daughters.

Brent Cross Town is encouraging the community to try new things, get active and connect with what makes you feel good. Their park spaces are where families, friends and community groups can gather, while their indoor and outdoor sports facilities are for anyone who wants to use them.

To get involved with girls-only football, yoga, wellbeing walks and meditation in Brent Cross, visit their Half-Term Activities page.

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Khalisah and her mum Sadia on a hill walk

Climbing and Hill Walking

Climbing is massively on the rise, with indoor walls popping up all around the country. The British Mountaineering Council (BMC) exists for everyone who already loves climbing and hill walking, as well as those who are keen to discover them for the first time.

If the challenge and excitement of climbing is calling you, head down to your local wall to give it a go. Just take some comfy clothes you can easily move about in and think about whether you want to give rope climbing or bouldering a go.

show me the ropes


Families playing cricket together


Women’s Cricket is growing quickly on the world stage and you’re invited to get involved too!

It doesn’t matter if you’ve never played before, clubs are welcoming beginners all the time. If you want to try something that gets you and your daughter outside, being active and making friends, cricket might just be the sport for you.

Find your local cricket club to pick up a bat and give it a go…

Cricket clubs near me


Mum and daughters cycling together


Rediscover the simple pleasure of cycling. From fun, free women-only bike rides to pop-up traffic-free cycle spaces, there’s something for everyone to enjoy – coaching to improve your skills, activities for children, organised and guided rides and local cycling event.

If you’re thinking about getting on your bike for the first time (or after a bit of a break), cycling can offer a whole host of benefits – from physical, mental and social perks, through to simply getting from A to B in the quickest and cheapest way possible.

Get started with cycling


Mum and daughter wearing neon clothes and facepaint at a Clubbercise classDance

When was the last time you danced like nobody was watching?

That’s exactly what EMD UK to every day! It stands for Exercise, Move, Dance and they offer a a range of fun activities, including tap taster classes, Popdance and Boogie Bounce.

Check out their free 15 minute online sessions, or email and EMD UK will look to create classes in your area.

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Find out more about EMD UK


Mum and daughter fishing together


Fishing is a great way to relax and spend time outdoors with your family. Whether you’ve never fished before or you want to get back into it.

Fishing is fun, it’s good for your mind and body, and it’s something the whole family can enjoy. You’ll always remember the first time you caught a fish.

For #TimeTogether, the Canal and River Trust is hosting free Let’s Fish sessions for mums and daughters. No equipment required, simply show up and they’ll help you get started.

Let’s fish


Mum Lauren and Daughter Freya playing football together


Our research has found that the Lionesses’ amazing Euros win has inspired a generation of girls to dream of reaching the top in sport.

If you or your daughter have been inspired by their amazing efforts at the World Cup this summer, why not give football a go for yourselves?

The FA offers loads of opportunities to get involved, from Wildcats for girls aged 5-11, to Squad Girls’ Football for ages 12-14, and Just Play for anyone 16+, so mums can get involved too!



Play video Lauren and Freya playing football together

Lauren and Freya: how one daughter inspired her mum to become a football coach

Meet some amazing mums and daughters who play rugby league together regularly and discover what spending #TimeTogether has brought them



Mum and daughter playing golf together


Our research tells us that girls cherish alone time with their mums and feel more comfortable doing physical activity with them as they view it as their safe space.

Golf offers a great way to bring mums and daughters closer together. Clubs offer taster and beginner sessions which are of great value and make it easy to meet other people who are also starting for the first time.

Find your nearest club and give it a go, you might get a hole in one!

Girl’s golf rocks

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Her Spirit

Her Spirit is an all-in-one app for women who want to be active.

On the app, you can track, record, measure and motivate. Through classes, coaching and advice

Join the 30,000 women already using the Her Spirit app – you can even get a free 60 pass by using our #TimeTogether promo code. Sign up here, choose a monthly membership, click Code v and use the promo code ‘WOMENINSPORT60’.

Offer valid until 30th November 2023.

Girls playing hockey


Hockey is a fantastic sport for mums and daughters to play together, with different generations able to come together on the pitch.

A lot of us will have tried it at school, but have you thought about giving it another go?

New or returning to Hockey? Find out what type of hockey suits you, what each type is all about and where to play in England.

Teenage girls having fun at their local leisure centre

Leisure Centres

Leisure Centres can be the perfect place to try out new sports, with swimming pools, different exercise classes and gym equipment on offer.

Earlier this year, Women in Sport worked with Places Leisure to inspire more teenage girls to use their local leisure centre through the Big Sister project.

We found that 6 in 10 girls who took part said they now enjoy exercise more, and reported an increase in their happiness, resilience and confidence.

Find a leisure centre near you

London Sport

London Sport

If you’re based in London, you’ll want to know about London Sport.

Their Space for Girls project is creating safe, welcoming hubs in key London communities to allow women and girls to get active.

Whether it’s roller skating, cycling training or boxing, there’s lots on offer waiting for you.

Read this blog by London Sport CEO Emily Robinson about how she and her two daughters have fallen in love with football.


Mum and daughter netball team


Netball is open to all, with many opportunities to build skills, keep fit and socialise.

Whether you are just starting out, play regularly or want to return to the game, there’s a whole host of different ways that you can master your skills and have fun out on court. So what are you waiting for – your Netball journey starts today!

England Netball are even offering free tickets to see the Vitality Roses play in Manchester or Nottingham: enter for your chance to win!

Mums and daughters exercising at an outdoor gym together

Outdoor Gyms

If you are looking to get in the gym but want to give it a go without breaking the bank, have you thought about checking out your local outdoor gym?

It’s outdoors, free and a great way to get moving in your own time. Why not take the whole family?

Inspired by the #TimeTogether campaign The Great Outdoor Gym Company has designed a compact gym – perfect for training together.

Find an outdoor gym

Park Play

Park Play

Think games in the park are just for kids? Think again.

Every Saturday morning Park Play runs active and inclusive games that all generations can play.

It’s safe and welcoming and everyone is welcome to join in and have fun.

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Search for a ParkPlay near you



Mums and daughters trying parkour togetherParkour

Parkour is often portrayed as gravity-defying and slightly terrifying.

But it’s not just about being a dare devil – you can shape Parkour so that it’s right for you.

Earlier in the month, we connected with Parkour UK to host a mother and daughters’ #TimeTogether session, which supported them to connect with each other while trying something new and getting active.

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Join in with parkour



Play video A young teenage girl trying Parkour at our workshop

Mums and daughters parkour

Check out our mums and daughters parkour workshop for #TimeTogether

Mum and daughter playing rounders


When you ask people about Rounders it brings a smile, revisiting memories of a fun, team sport they played at school.

But this is a game for everyone – schools, colleges and universities, adults, families and even a great activity for workplaces.

Find a place to play near you.

Rounders clubs near you



Mums and daughters playing rugby togetherRugby League

Women’s rugby is on the rise and there are lots of ways for you and your daughter to get involved.

There are lots of women’s clubs around the country, including wheelchair clubs like the one Vicky and April go to:

We both enjoy playing Wheelchair Rugby together as we share a love for the game, and it gives us chance to all participate playing the sport together as a family along with my son Will, who has lower limb disability. I believe Rugby League is the best sport in the world and I’m glad I can still now play the game I love alongside my children.” says mum Vicky.



Play video Mum, daughter and grandma playing rugby league together

Mums and daughters tackling rugby together

Meet some amazing mums and daughters who play rugby league together regularly and discover what spending #TimeTogether has brought them



Mum and teenage daughter playing rugby togetherRugby Union

Women’s rugby is on the rise and there are lots of ways for you and your daughter to get involved.

Women who have started rugby have told us all about the joy, self-belief and fun it has brought to their lives.

Allianz Inner Warrior Camps are designed as a great introduction to rugby for all levels of experience. From those who have never played, or those who want to get back involved, the aim of the programme is to encourage more women and girls to play rugby.​​

Find out more about rugby


Mum and daughter running together


We know from experience just how hard it is to make time for exercise, or to get started if you haven’t done much for years. But we believe the magic of community can change how we feel about ourselves and our bodies, giving us all the confidence to put our own wellbeing back at the top of the to do list.

With a community of 200,000+ women worldwide, This Mum Run’s network of local digital communities support women to connect – and run – with other women where they live. Our free-to-download App provides access to weekly runs, coaching programmes and loads of advice from experts you can trust!

This Mum Runs


Ella and her mum KirstyScottish Women and Girls in Sport Week

If you’re based in Scotland and want to raise awareness about the importance of sport for women and girls, why not join in with Scottish Women and Girls in Sport Week?

It takes place from Monday 2nd to Sunday 8th of October and you can get involved by sharing your thoughts, ideas and opinions with the hashtag #SheCanSheWill.





A mum and daughter playing squash together. the mum is wearing a headscarfSquash

You may have played tennis, but have you ever tried squash?

Squash is played in a four-wall court, where you strike the ball to bounce off the wall instead of over a net.

There are loads of squash and facilities around the country, and beginners are very much welcome. If you want some one-on-one time with your daughter where you can catch up whilst getting moving, squash is the perfect solution.

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Mum and teenage daughter playing touch rugby together

Touch rugby

Touch is one of the easiest sports to play anywhere on the planet! All you need is a ball, a space to play in, and some people to play the sport with you!

The core skills and rules are easy to learn and remember, and because Touch is a minimal contact version of rugby men, women, boys and girls of all ages can play on the same pitch as equals!

There are clubs all over the country and anyone is welcome to turn up and try it out – even if you’ve never picked up a rugby ball.

Where to play


Muslim teenage girls weightliftingWeightlifting

Weightlifting doesn’t have to be intimidating. It can help build body confidence for women of all ages.

Couch2Kilos is a free strength challenge designed to help EVERY women get stronger in 6-weeks. It is totally flexible, you can do it anytime, from anywhere, at the gym or home and on any device. You can start with zero equipment and work up the levels and learn how use a variety of weights.

FIND out about Couch2Kilos