News Archive for February, 2012

Sports Relief Tap-a-Thon

Whether you can Tap Dance or not, come along, learn a dance in just an hour and raise much needed money for Sports Relief.

Monday 19th March 2012, with hourly lessons between 2.00pm until 8.00pm.

Admission per Hour: £5.00 for adults and £2.00 for children (8yrs+) and students. Tap shoes not necessary but it is advisable not to wear trainers or rubber sole shoes.

First session: 2pm-3pm
Second session: 3.15pm-4.15pm
Third session: 4.30pm-5.30pm
Fourth session: 5.45pm – 6.45pm
Final session: 7.00pm-8.00pm

For more information contact Linda Tither on 01925 226528 or email on [email protected]

New! Zumba Gold

Ideal for – but not exclusive to – the active older participant! Low impact and easy to follow Zumba Gold session will be available from: at Crownway Community Centre. Runs every Monday from 10.45am – 11.45am at a cost of £4.00 per week.

No need to book a place, just come along and enjoy one hour of gentle invigorating Latin-based dance fitness. Our recent taster session was a huge success with an all around positive response to the dance style. Catering to individual needs, you can participate sitting down if you prefer and our Zumba Gold instructor, Louise, will be on hand to give you support and make the session an enjoyable one!

Beryl Finney

My name is Beryl Finney and I’ve been volunteering at Crownway Community Centre from day one. I was the Fundraising Co-ordinator for the Earlestown Baptist Church during the years they were looking for funding to build a new Church. I have been Secretary to the Crownway Management Committee since its inception and now do most of that work from home.

When Crownway Community Centre first opened I acted as Centre Manager for the first three years before we were successful in being awarded a grant for funding to employ a Centre Manager: I then gradually faded into the background. I act as Line Manager to Carol our Centre Manager on behalf of the Management Committee.

On Thursdays I volunteer in the Kitchen: Thursdays are busy because we have a Luncheon Club for Age Concern and it gets pretty hectic. I also help out on Friday evenings to give Carol a break from evening work.

I’m extremely proud to be involved with the Crownway Organisation which, under Carol Bostock’s leadership, is going from strength to strength.