Live Well Programme

22nd May 2019, 11:32am | By catherinerussell |

 

 

 

 

 

 

Come and discover the new weekly Live Well Programme which offers social daytime opportunities for adults in your community.

Meet like-minded people and discover new activities that will help put a smile on your face! Activities will include short mat bowls, badminton, keep fit, swimming, table tennis, along with social games and activities taking place in the café area.

Springfield Community Campus, Corsham, SN13 3DN

Tuesdays

1.30pm – 4pm

£4.50 Member rate*

£6.00 Non-member rate

* Each member will need to purchase a leisure card and renew annually

For further information or to register your interest please contact:

Springfield Community Campus

Email: spingfieldcommunitycampus@wiltshire.gov.uk

Tel: 01249 468460

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