HFE are the UK’s leading provider of personal training courses and a wide range of vocational fitness qualifications. After an extensive period of development and consultation they have launched their Level 3 Award in Programming and Supervising Exercise with Disabled Clients, or simply Level 3 Exercise for Disabled Clients.
A local lifesaving instructor is to step down after 35 years of teaching survival, rescue and swimming skills to the children of Kingswood.
A young woman who has suffered from anorexia and depression for nearly a decade is having her head shaved this week as part of a fundraising campaign to help other sufferers of the illness.
Thousands of people across South Gloucestershire are taking part in an international competition that aims to promote healthy lifestyles, raise awareness into increasingly prevalent health issues and benefit the wider community.
A local firefighter has raised over £1600 for two charities after completing a 12-hour indoor cycling challenge.
Customers will be greeted by a range of new facilities at Longwell Green Lifestyle Centre, following a major £1.5m redevelopment funded by South Gloucestershire Council.
Tabitha De N’Yeurt, who trains at Thornbury Leisure Centre, has been selected to play for the England Fencing Squad next month in an international tournament.
A £1.5 million makeover gets underway at Longwell Green Active Leisure Centre this week (10 Feb) enabling it to offer exciting new activities and greater capacity for a growing community.
Customers can enjoy a range of new facilities at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre following a major £3.6million redevelopment funded by South Gloucestershire Council.
Multi-million-pound redevelopment of Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre nears completion with opening of ‘Active Adventure’
Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre is calling on local adventurers to experience the latest attractions that are part of its multi-million-pound redevelopment.
Andy Lewis, the first paratriathlete to win a gold medal in the RIO 2016 Paralympics, dropped into Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre to thank the team for its support ahead of the Games.
Work is underway to transform the main sports hall at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre into a 17 wall feature climbing experience and three storey adventure play. A major extension to the existing gym area, including a state of the art functional fitness arena, is also underway.
Mark Crutchley, Director of Circadian Trust, a social enterprise that delivers sport and leisure facilities in partnership with South Gloucestershire Council, has been awarded the Third Sector Director of the Year award in the Institute of Directors (IoD) South West regional awards.
An online safety game will help children identify the hidden risks of taking to the water as Active Centres across South Gloucestershire get ready for Drowning Prevention Week (18-26 June).
The doors have been thrown open on an exciting quarter of a million-pound makeover at Thornbury Leisure Centre.
Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre will undergo a £3.6 million re-development enabling it to offer exciting new activities for all ages and meet a growing demand for its use.
People with dementia and their carers will be given the opportunity to sing, swim and socialise at Yate Leisure Centre as part of a wider plan to develop a dementia friendly community.
Customers at Yate Leisure Centre can now enjoy great Fairtrade coffee with the opening of its new SOHO Coffee Co. outlet.
Leisure Trust to Benefit from £750,000 Grant from Sport England to Develop Environmental Best Practices
Circadian Trust, the not-for profit organisation which operates eight leisure centres across South Gloucestershire, has been awarded a grant by Sport England worth £750,000 to implement new environmental practices and technology.
Circadian Trust, the not-for profit organisation based in Bradley Stoke that operates eight leisure centres, has introduced state-of-the-art ‘wellness’ technology to all of its sites, the first Trust in Bristol and the surrounding area to offer this.
Local charities and foodbanks welcome donated Easter Eggs from Circadian Trust, the charitable organisation that operates Active Centres across South Gloucestershire.