Another Walking Hockey Group have opened recently, Leamington.
They are a great group of people so if you’re over that way please look them up.
The evolution of Bromsgrove’s once a week evening Walking Hockey session into a full grown Walking Sports Centre continues apace.
After successful pilot programmes of daytime Walking Football and Walking Hockey both were added to the regular rota. Daytime Walking Football is on Wednesdays (11.00am) and daytime Walking Hockey is on Thursdays (10.30am).
Now we have Walking Netball opening their pilot on Wednesday 29th January, 10am at the Ryland Centre Bromsgrove . This is to be followed by a pilot Walking Basketball programme beginning on Thursday 27 February, Noon at the Ryland Centre Bromsgrove.
And if that’s not enough there’s Women’s Walking Football starting in the Spring alongside Walking Cricket.
We have been working with Peter Shands from Central Hockey Club, Canberra, to help them launch Walking Hockey. Read how Peter and his colleagues got on
”Good morning Alan,
Click on the link below to get your free taster session invitation to Bromsgrove’s Walking Sports Centre. You can come along at any time, not just those dates mentioned.
Hi folks, we are having a break for Christmas after our 9th December 2019 session.
We will be back as follows:
Monday 6th January 7.30-8.30pm at Bromsgrove Cricket Hockey and Tennis Club
Thursday 9th January 10.30-11.30am at the Ryland Centre, Bromsgrove
Click here for a fabulous article from our friends at Fremantle HC in Perth, Western Australia.
Bromsgrove’s Walking Sports Centre continues to march forward.
We now have 3 weekly sessions (2 hockey, 1 football) and after consultations with England Netball we will be launching Walking Netball in January 2020.
Additionally we are developing both Walking Cricket and Walking Tennis for a Spring 2020 launch.
We have also entered into an exciting partnership with Age UK and have the support of iCOPE and Reconnections. All 3 organisations have similar values to ourselves such as increasing the opportunities for our ageing population to remain active for longer.