A lot has happened in 2022 at The Hunslet Club. We introduced new sessions, hosted giant events for the South Leeds Community and did what we did best, help young people.
In 2023 we will continue to serve the community and help bridge the gap to ensure young people have more opportunities to succeed.
We are constantly looking for ways to help our community, including adding new sessions to our timetable that are in demand. We are happy to announce that we are adding three new sessions in January already!
We have a new class called, Boxteq, which is an adults-only (18+) class that will focus on footwork, bag work, defence work and boxing technique. This new session will run on Mondays, from 6:30 pm until 7:30 pm, and will cost £3.50 per session. The first session is on Monday 9 January.
Due to popular demand, we are also starting a TikTok dance class in January, where ages 8+ can learn new TikTok dances while staying active and having fun. This new session will run on Thursdays at 4:45pm and will cost £1.50 per session.
Another addition to our timetable is a new senior youth club session on a Sunday. This new session starts on 8 January, from 2:30-6pm. Year 8 upwards welcome. We have a games room, pool table, gym and more that our senior youth club can use. Our youth clubs are free.
No booking is required for our sessions; you simply turn up on the day, sign in at reception and go to the session.
We cannot wait to add more to our timetable throughout 2023 to serve the South Leeds Community. In 2023 we will continue to help young people in South Leeds and beyond reach their full potential.
Our new timetable has been published and is available on our Facebook page here.
From everyone here at The Hunslet Club, we want to wish you the best for 2023.
This post was written by Lisa Benfield
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