July 7th-22nd: Sports & Fitness Festival 2018

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“TRY SOMETHING NEW”

9th – 28th July – see the full programme below!

Over 40 Events

‘Have-a-go’ Sessions, Activities and Competitions
CHILDREN, YOUTHS & ADULTS

Ability sports, stretch and strengthen, soft play, judo, walk and talk, Tai Chi, pilates, kick boxing karate, Zumba, basketball, archery, Rush Hockey, gym and trampolining, seated exercise, volleyball, abseiling, Athletics, badminton, table tennis, Forest Chi, bowls, running, netball, walking netball, walking football, cycling time trials, squash, Tavistock Relays, rounders, Medieval Sword School, girls’ and womens’ touch rugby, Active Mums cycling, Dartmoor cycling, badminton, Run in the Park, tournament hockey, tennis, 5-a-side football, mixed rounders, water polo, skate scooter and bike jam
& much more…

For more information call us on 01837 318010

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NEW: Forest Chi commences May 10th at the Pavilion

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Image: Forest-Chi (Kate Dixon)The practice of Tai Chi is well known to improve health in body and mind, easing stress and tension, strengthening core muscles and building vitality. This is combined with the mindfulness of focusing on the moves, on what is happening in nature in each moment and with the way that being out in nature can lift the spirits. This can be an uplifting and transformative practice for the whole person. Continue reading NEW: Forest Chi commences May 10th at the Pavilion

Sunday 6th May: Monthly Run in the Park

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Image: OCRA run-in-the-parkThe 2.5 & 5 km, first Sunday, monthly runs continue – ALL WELCOME.

Run or walk for adults of all ages, families, young people and children of all abilities. Meet new people and meet up with friends and families.

Always great to see new people and families running.

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