Dive into action at London Fields Lido
The heated outdoor Olympic-sized swimming pool originally opened in the 1930s, but sat empty for nearly two decades after closing in 1988. It reopened in 2006 to a warm reception.
Open daily from 6.30am until 6pm and between 8am and 5pm at the weekend, London Fields Lido, London Fields Westside, E8 3EU, £2.85-£4.10
Get some high-kicks in martial art classes
Aspiring martial artists should visit the Bob Breen Academy in Hoxton. Breen and his team of instructors have been teaching Martial Arts in Hoxton since 1970. Classes in Kickboxing and Filipino Martial Arts take place on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Taster sessions are free.
Dojo @ SPACe Sports Centre, Falkirk Street, N1, £60 a month
Get your skates on
Spring may be upon us, but you can still go Ice Skating at the Lee Valley Ice Centre. Budding Torvills or Deans can hone their Ice Skating skills at this East London Ice Rink.
Lee Valley Ice Centre,Lea Bridge Road, E10 7QL, £2.60 – £6.60
Cause a racket on Clissold Park courts
After losing a recent Davis Cup match with Lithuania, there may be an opening for budding British tennis players and what better place to play than the picturesque Clissold Park.
Mansion House, Clissold Park, Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 9HJ, £2.50-£5.50
Leyton Orient vs. Wycombe Wanderers
The O’s face relegation threatened Wycombe Wanderers at Brisbane Road. A victory would help Orient climb away their rivals from the League One drop zone.
Saturday 13 March, 3pm, Brisbane Road, E10 5NF, £5-£22.