Get active and fit at new Holt community hub

North Norfolk District Council (NNDC launches its first Community Hub in Holt. Pictured at front fr

North Norfolk District Council (NNDC launches its first Community Hub in Holt. Pictured at front from left Kim Hendry, Glyn Williams, Pauline Pattinson, Tom Fitzpatrick and Sarah Hendrick. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

A new 'community hub' where people can keep fit and active has been opened at Holt.

It is first such centre to be launched by North Norfolk District Council but others are in the pipeline in towns and villages.

The Holt centre on Charles Road hosts Nordic walking, Tai Chi and seated exercise sessions on Tuesdays.

Council senior sports activator Wyn Nurse said the establishment of the hub followed on from previous visits by a mobile gym.

They were aimed at the 50-plus age group, but anyone wanting to get active and try new things could take part.


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The council's aim was to set up 10 sports clubs in schools and six community hub under a sports and hubs project using a £211,512 of National Lottery cash from the Sport England Community Sport Activation Fund.

East Runton is due to launch its hub in June with Monday sessions of Pilates and Tuesday belly dancing - both from 10-11am.

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School links include Sheringham High and Cromer Academy which is doing boxing and street dancing.

Two local volunteers - Pauline Pattinson and Kim Hendry - are running the Holt hub, which was officially opened by council leader Tom FitzPatrick.

Classes are led by experts with Mrs Nurse does the Nordic walking, John Mezzetti the Tai Chi and Karle Parnel the seated exercise.

Holt sessions, which cost £3.50 each, are: Tai Chi 9.45-10.30; seated exercise 11-11.45 and Nordic walking 2-3.30pm.

For more information about Holt email davepaulinepattinson@gmail.com

For more about community sports centres and activities visit the North Norfolk District Council website www.northnorfolk.org

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