Craig-y-Don Community Centre


Keep Fit & Sports

Why not come along and have some fun!

Craig-y-Don Community Centre currently offers you;

Table Tennis & Zumba and Move it or Lose it.

Table Tennis at Craig-y-Don

TABLE TENNIS is usually helds twice a week at Craig-y-Don Community Centre.

Come and join in on a Monday and Wednesday afternoon, from 2pm until 4.30pm.
At the cost of just £3.00 per session, and £2.00 for under 16's.

For the more expert players there are League Matches held on a Monday evening between 7.00pm and 9.30pm


ZUMBA is held twice a week in The Community Centre.

Zumba Gold is great for absolute beginners, those recovering from illness, or the older mover! Come along and try the low impact Latin-inspired dance fitness party, designed to keep you in the groove of life! £5.00 at 10:00am every Monday.

For something a bit faster, Zumba Fitness is a fab fun workout with lively, easy to follow routines that you can do at your own level. Beginners are very welcome. Come along and give it a go, you will leave smiling!! £5.00 at 6pm every Tuesday.

Check out my website for more info and other classes, here: [website link]
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Many thanks

Clare Kite
PoundFit Conwy and Zeek Fitness

Move it or Lose it

How you can benefit from Move It Or Lose It! classes

Regular exercise has been proven to help with many age related conditions including arthritis, dementia, COPD & rheumatism. It’s never too late to start and you’ll soon notice the difference – as we age, walking is not enough!

Chief Medical Office guided, the exercises were developed with The Healthy Ageing Research Centre at Birmingham University, designed to combat the effects of ageing on the mind & body.

Perfect for FALLS PREVENTION & illness rehabilitation.

Stay independent & live life to the full.

Join in the Fun!!

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