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Location: CB2 7AD
We are Cambridge's finest Hockey Club offering ladies, mens, mixed and indoor fixtures as well as training. The club trains on Thursday evenings 7:00pm-9:00pm with structured coaching. Additionally mixed hockey goes on every Tuesday evening 8:00pm-9:00 pm. Feel free to turn up and introduce youself! League and friendly matches are usually on Saturdays or some Sundays.
The club web site is active and updated regularly. Please visit the web site for full details.
Location: PE27 6SJ
St Ives Hockey Club offers opportunities for all members of the family of all abilities to play the sport, with coaching and games. There are five men's teams, three ladies and an extensive junior section. In addition there are regular games and tournaments for the mixed team and a programme of inter-club Mixed games on Wednesday nights during the summer. Finally there is a full programme of social activities, including an Annual Dinner.
Location: Plasmadoc Leisure Centre, Wrexham. North Wales
Location: PE26 1SA
The University of the Third Age is for people who want to keep active in mind and body and are no longer in full time employment.
There’s first age learning – at school, college, university; there’s second age learning – the skills learnt at work; and there’s third age learning, when people learn whatever they want. That’s what happens in U3A . Groups come together to study a subject they all find interesting.
Learning is interpreted in the broadest possible sense. Subjects covered range from Art to Zoology with Mah Jong and walking and chess and photography and pretty well everything else you can name in between (though not all these are yet available in our U3A!). Subjects don’t have to be academic – hundreds of U3A groups enjoy physical activities.
Location: CB5 8DT
Tai Chi classes for all. A great way to relax and get fit, through the meditative and gentle art of Tai Chi
Deafblind Enablement is an organisation dedicated to enabling people who live with a sight and hearing loss to learn new skills, develop existing skills, gain access to their community and existing services with dignity, respect, control and choice.
Deafblind Enablement (DBE) provides the following:
1-1 specialist support; specialist training; a monthly sensory impaired social group in partnership with St. Peter's Church Yaxley
Tags: Social, learning, health, wellbeing, help, advice, leisure, hobbies, social care, support groups, older peoples activities
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Location: CB6 2BZ
Fenland Dog training offers you and your dog hands on training and advice in a variety of different classes from beginners to advanced classes.
I have a secure real life working field for you and your dog to work in, I also have a upstairs indoor area if the weather is not good.
My classes are run from the Isle Vet Group in Ely
Please contact me for more information
07762979394 Amanda Wall
Location: PE29 3PA
Meeting Group for adults meeting on alternate Wednesdays from 2pm-3.30pm
Location: PE29 3PA
Reading Group for adults, meeting on the second Monday of every month from 11.30am-12.30pm in Huntingdon Library
Location: CB4 3HN
Sing! Choirs provides high quality opportunities for people to sing in a fun and friendly environment. We focus on pop and rock, as well as songs from the shows!
No need to be able to read music, and no auditions - just enjoy singing!
There are several Sing! Choirs to join!
All meet weekly during term time. Contact [email protected] for more information.
The choirs names are all the Trade Marked names of Sing! Choirs