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The gym at Yate Active Lifestyle Centre is set to benefit from £220k of investment, as part of a wider plan to improve facilities for customers and the local community.
Once refurbished, the gym will feature a larger functional fitness area, brand new ‘cable jungle’ and will have lots of new and top-of-the-range fitness equipment installed – including resistance, cardiovascular and Technogym’s® SKILLBIKE and SKILLRUN machines.
Commencing on Tuesday 27th August, the refurbishment work will take just four days to complete, with plans to reopen to the public on Saturday 31st August.
Next time you wwimmers at your Active Lifestyle Centre, you could be splashing about in swimwear made from old fishing nets and other industrial waste recovered from the ocean and landfill.
The sustainable swimwear has arrived thanks to a partnership with Australian swimwear brand Zoggs whose Ecolast™ swimwear and accessories are made from a range of recycled materials.
It's the latest move by Circadian Trust, the not-for profit organisation that operates Active Lifestyle Centres, to maximise the company’s environmental credentials and follows several other green initiatives, including rainwater harvesting, the use of solar voltaic cells, and LED lighting.
Dragons’ Den backed theatre school Razzamataz Bristol North decides on a new theme every year to best help its students. This academic year it's focussing on ‘What will you become?’
“Razzamataz believes that all children can achieve whatever they set their minds to with support from those closest to them,” says Principal Georgia Davies. “Our schools are inclusive and safe environments where they can start to explore what their futures look like. With determination, resilience and hard work, we teach students that if they can dream it, they can achieve it.”
Click below to find out how your child can take part in a free taster day at Razzamataz on September 14th.
After seven months hard work and some very exciting close racing (oh yes, and a couple of dunkings), Yate-based Mark Austen is proud and excited to announce that he has been selected to represent the GBR Blind Sailing team at the 2019 Blind Sailing World Championships in Ottawa, Canada this September.
The event is held every two years and they will be defending the Championship title they won in 2017. If you would like to help Mark raise £1000 to fund the trip, please click below for his JustGiving page.
Give your pre-school age child a head start in literacy... With participation in the performing arts, children’s self-confidence, literacy skills, social skills and problem solving ability progresses.
Currently available in Bristol North is a new class called Razz Tots, which has been especially created for children age 2 and 3 and is parent/carer assisted.
Georgia Davies, Principal of Razzamataz Bristol North says “These active classes will encourage physical development, explore imaginations and allow your little ones to become confident, capable and self-assured individuals whilst having fun!”
Click below to read more and book your free taster now...