Thanks to Sport England via The Tackling Inequalities Fund (TIF), East Lancs Clinical Commissioning Group's Prescription for Wellbeing Fund and the Arts Council we will soon be launching some brand new dance and exercise classes plus some new craft sessions. These are currently on hold whilst we are in lockdown but will be scheduled to resume as soon as possible. We are hoping to start all of them in early April now.
Dance yourself Dizzy - enjoy a socially distanced rave session, complete with glow sticks and club lights. We will only have space for 15 people on each session so keep your eye out for availability.
Middle Age Jam - especially for the lovers of 80s music. We will only have space for 15 people on each session so keep your eye out for availability.
Walk it Off - join us for some walks around Oswaldtwistle with a few gentle exercises thrown in at some points. We will only have space for 10 people on each session so keep your eye out for availability.
Mums and Tums - a new group for young parents who want to get back into shape. We will only have space for 15 people on each session so keep your eye out for availability.
Craft sessions - a series of unique and interesting craft taster sessions for adults to enjoy. Sessions will be run on Saturday afternoons (hopefully starting 3rd April) - there will only be space for 8 people on each session so please keep your eye out for when dates are confirmed and sessions available. There will be - sculpting in concrete, felting, basketry, life drawing, knitting, bath bombs, crochet, ebru marbling, paper collage making and jewellery making sessions.
The Tackling Inequalities Fund forms part of Sport Englands £210 million support package to help the sport and physical activity sector through the ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis.
East Lancs Clinical Commissioning Group is funded by the NHS and managed locally by Hyndburn and Ribble Valley CVS.
Arts Council England have supported many arts and cultural facilities throughout the last nine months.