The Active and Able Club
A JUNIOR sports club for disabled people under 18, The Active and Able Club, has become so popular, an extra class is to be launched at Huntingdon Leisure Centre. The club aims to give disabled youngsters the chance to take part in a variety of different
A JUNIOR sports club for disabled people under 18, The Active and Able Club, has become so popular, an extra class is to be launched at Huntingdon Leisure Centre.
The club aims to give disabled youngsters the chance to take part in a variety of different sporting activities.
Starting on Tuesday, September 18, sessions will run every other Tuesday from 5pm to 6pm at Huntingdon Leisure Centre in St Peter's Road.
The club is already well established at St Neots Leisure Centre where it runs every other Wednesday from 5pm to 6pm.
In addition to this, an Active and Able sports club for under 16s runs every Friday from 11am to noon at St Neots Leisure Centre and at Huntingdon Leisure Centre every Thursday from 11am to noon.
INFORMATION: The Active and Able junior club costs £1.50 per person per session. To find out more, contact David Reeve, community sport and recreation officer for Huntingdonshire District Council on 01480 387098 or e-mail email@example.com
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Huntingdon Leisure Centre is open Monday to Friday 6.30am-11pm, Saturday 8am-9pm and Sunday 8am to 9pm. For more information on the leisure centres operating in Huntingdonshire visit www.huntsdc.gov.uk