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Keep you up to date with all our news. we'll let you know whats we've been up to as well as what weve been planning.


Why do we only dance in December? Why do we stop dreaming of a ballroom as soon as Strictly's over? In January don't let the music stop.


If you put one thing in your new 2019 diary make it this year's Swimathon! From 29 - 31 March 2019, there is no better time to head to the pool to make a difference.

Nothing motivates in January like the extra pounds on your waist and the lack of them in your bank account. So we're going to help with both. We are rewarding all NEW Halo members who sign up in January with cashback for sticking with their New Year workouts.

Here's the deal....


Financial support and free membership for local athletes...

‘Tis the season of food challenges (what to eat next), TV marathons & (slow) walks to the pub... Who doesn’t love them! You'll enjoy the season more if you stay active & are ready for the New Year fitness without relying on new resolutions.


Halo Leisure, a social enterprise and registered operating leisure facilities in Herefordshire, Bridgend County, Shropshire and Wiltshire was runner up in the Employee Engagement Award at the recent UK Social Enterprise Awards,  at the Guildhall in the City of London.

The national awards organised by Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) shines a spotlight on the leading lights of the social enterprise community, recognising the outstanding achievements of businesses which trade for a social purpose.

A FIRST for Wales as a local authority and delivery partner are rated EXCELLENT for joint QUEST Active Communities assessment. QUEST recognised the impact the partnership between Halo Leisure and Bridgend County Borough Council is making in tackling inactivity and improving participation by awarding an EXCELLENT in their recent Active Communities assessment.

No time like the present to make a resolution for next year. And we reckon it should start with a sign up to the amazing Miners TRIal set in the heart of Shropshire Hills and raising money for good causes.

While understanding and awareness of disability (what it means, what it doesn’t) has grown in this country, we know that living with a disability still, too often, presents real barriers to good health and participation in sport and fitness. The theme for this year’s International Day of Disabled Persons with Disabilities - a day marked by the UN for over 25 years - is about empowering people and promoting inclusion and equality and reminds us all what more has to be d.

Anyone who hasn’t seen the inspiring new ad for the third phase of Sport England’s This Girl Can campaign should go over to YouTube immediately and click play. Anyone who still thinks exercise is not for them should get down to Halo and take a look at more women proving them wrong. We popped into our Leominster and Hereford Halo centre to catch up with just three of them!