Come on, join in!

Well, at least try it. You might like it.

It’s important to get away from your desk once in a while. With all kinds of different activities going on, there’s something for everyone. So no excuses, right?


With a varied and dynamic timetable of events, clubs and activities, there’s a strong sense of community at Quorum Park .

Work isn’t always the most active way to spend your day, so the dedicated Quorum events team organise a range of activities to help our occupants stay fit and healthy. From sports leagues, exercise classes, triathlon and running clubs to lunch time walks, wildlife and after work group cycle rides, there’s always something going on to help you get moving.

Workers are encouraged to take advantage of the on-site amenities to start their own activities. If you have an idea for an activity send it to

What’s on?

Click below to find out more about upcoming activities at Quorum Park.

Football League

The Quorum Football League runs throughout the year in association with Power League.

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League matches take place at the Quorum Sports Club on Tuesday evenings from 6pm onwards. The games are all refereed and there is a dedicated league manager. Cost = £125 per team per season. To enter a team in to the next season email

Triathlon Club

Have you ever thought about doing a triathlon? The Quorum Triathlon Club will support you every stroke, pedal and step of the way!

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New to the sport? Train to compete in a sprint distance triathlon (750m swim, 20k bike ride & 5k run). Feeling fitter? Train to compete in a standard distance triathlon (1.5k swim, 40k bike ride & 10k run). Member benefits include:

  • Discounted Race Entry to Vo2 Max Racing Events
  • Free Training T-Shirt
  • Free outdoor swim session
  • Free bike service
  • Free cycle training session

To sign up as a Quorum Triathlon Club member, email

Quorum Kites Running Club

The Quorum Kites meet every Thursday at 5.30pm at the Q12 building and aim to be back by 6.30pm (includes a warm up, the main session and a cool down).

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The running club caters for all backgrounds and abilities. As a small club the idea is to get people together, who have or want to try running, improve fitness, help with people with their goals and most of all, enjoy what we do.

The club generally run 3-6 mile ( 5-10 KM) and the speed depends on who is running. A 3.5 mile route takes 30-45 minutes with our current members BUT that does not mean you cannot take part if you are slower or faster. The group is lead by Mark, Emma And Phil. They will always make sure they look after everyone at the front and back and support you along the way.

There is currently no membership/ joining fee or commitment required. New members will need to complete a new member form. If you’d like more info about the club, email

Local Walks and Running Routes

Make the most of your lunch and go for a short walk or run around the area local to Quorum.

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There are lots of routes around the site and we’ve put together a list of suggestions for you to download below:

Local walks map
Local running routes map

If you would like to add any routes to the maps please contact

Wildlife Group

Quorum’s Wildlife Group meets regularly to carry out activities to attract and nurture wildlife across the park.

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The Wildlife Group have been working hard making bird boxes and bird feeders to site across the park, as well as clearing the stream and planting a nectar bed to feed the Quorum honey bees. The bee conservation work has been organised in line with Newcastle Council’s bid to help the threatened honey bee population in the local area. The nectar beds are made from plants that provide nectar and pollen, creating the perfect environment to attract bees.

If you would like more information about the Wildlife Group contact

Giant Games

Get out of the office on your lunchbreak and challenge your collegues to one of our outdoor games.

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  • Chess & Draughts
    Giant chess and draughts boards are located in communal areas across the park from March until October.
  • Connect 4 & Jenga
    You can borrow giant Connect 4 and Jenga sets from the Hub free of charge.
  • Boules
    The boules court is located in between Q10 and Q11 and you can borrow a set boules from the Hub (located on the ground floor of Q11).

To hire equipment contact Laura Barber on 0191 259 9874 or email 

Table Tennis

Outdoor Table Tennis is situated on the Boules Court in between Q10 and Q11.

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The Hub also have a table that can be moved around the park that is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. In the summer months the table is usually situated outside the Sports Courts. This table can also be hired free of charge for tenant events.

Bats and balls can be hired free of charge from the Hub (located on the ground floor of Q11) For all Table Tennis enquiries email

BBQ Hire

Hire our BBQ for team events and social gatherings.

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Our state of the art fitted grill is built into an outdoor kitchen area next to our outdoor table tennis and boules court (located in between Q10 and Q11).

For all enquiries email


Located in on the ground floor of Q5, PureGym at Quorum has been carefully designed to help you reach your health and fitness goals.

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Whether you’re a gym pro or completely new to exercise, you’ll have access to all the latest gym equipment and over 50 free fitness classes. 24-hour acess and contract-free!

Contact PureGym Newcastle Longbenton on 0844 477 0005 and find out more at

Evening Bike Rides

Join a guided bike ride from the hub to a pub!

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WBike4Health organise monthly guided bike rides from the Quorum Retail Area from April until October

  • Meet outside Greggs at 5.15pm
  • Ride will be around 10-15 miles
  • Return to Quorum no later than 7.30pm

If you would like to join the mailing list to find out about future rides click here 

Active Workplace Courses

The Active Workplace programme managed by Tyne and Wear Sport aims to get more people into sport and physical activity by engaging with them at their place of work.

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They work to encourage people to become more active by providing attractive, affordable and accessible opportunities to try new sports and physical activities, in the hope that they will find one or more that will keep them active for life. Most courses are run off site at locations across Tyne and Wear and there is a small fee to cover costs.

Click here to view available courses
Find out about the Active Workplace Games