3 October, 2020 –
The club meets every Saturday evening in the Morris Centre which is the leisure facility for NHS staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. There is always a Lifeguard on duty.
Transport to the site is excellent. The University Railway station on the Cross City line is a mere 500 metres away, and a free car park is a similar distance away. For anyone with special needs there’s a disabled car park opposite the Morris Centre. The site is also well served by buses.
The dance studio is an important room for the club which becomes a social hub where free refreshments are available at every meeting.
On one Saturday a month the room is used for a naked yoga session and on another tai chi. On a further evening the club has a social evening with a different food theme. These evenings are always popular and for an addition entrance charge of £3.00 each, sounds like great value too!
The weekly attendance varies between 30 and on a busy night 60. The club does not discriminate.
The club keeps in touch with its members by email and a monthly newsletter. It also has a Facebook page.
Visitors should not just turn up at the door and the membership secretary needs to be contacted first. This is due to an agreement with the Centre Management
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