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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.

The Centre has suffered considerable water damage due to  localised flash flooding and will remain CLOSED until September 2021.  FREE use of other Halo facilities for Bromyard members during this temporary closure...

Our Autism Friendly Swimming Lesson programme returns from August 16th - 20th at Ynysawdre Swimming Pool. 

Our programme makes a range of adjustments to support autistic children, helping to ensure that swimming lessons are accessible..

We are delighted that Bridgend Inclusive Network Group (BING) has purchased and donated  A4 magnifying glasses for each of the Halo sites in Bridgend County. These visual aids will mean that all staff at our centres can offer help to older people with degenerative eye changes such as cataracts.

Our open-air pool at Severn Centre is – 25m of opportunity to glide through water in the sunshine and enjoy a brilliant cardio and calorie-busting low-impact workout while you go. Nearly 50 years after it was created by and for the local community as a safe place to bathe (they’d seen too many lives lost in the River Severn), the pool has had a community-led refurb of late and includes a shaded picnic area and a snack shack so you can make a day of it.  

Don’t forget to check out your local centres opening times over the bank holiday…

At Halo Leisure we are training our Fitness Instructors to help you find a safe and sustainable way to exercise if you’re experiencing the symptoms of Long Covid. We know it’s impacting communities across the country, with the NHS listing symptoms like extreme tiredness, shortness of breath and chest pain, brain fog (problems with memory and concentration), joint pain and changes to taste and smell. Other surveys have reported insomnia, gastro-intestinal and bladder problems, changes to periods and skin conditions. Severity varies, but the impact on daily life is clear. 

We would love to see your photos from the summer - what you’ve done to get or keep moving, and how you’ve motivated your kids to do the same. August 19th is World Photo Day when photographers are asked to share a photo that encapsulates their world so let’s use it to share your workout world.

It might be great to ditch the school timetable when term ends, but a routine can save the day (the week, and the holiday). It rescues mornings lost to gaming, promotes good health (and so good moods), and saves precious family time (and fights to get it). 

We’ve collected together top tips from our members who’ve discovered a better way to staycation with kids, and they all spell summer schedules...

id you know book sales grew during lockdown and downloads of audios jumped by over 30 per cent according to the UK Publishers Association. August 9th is National Book Lovers Day and if you’re one of those people who relished the joy of books (and their ability to help you switch off) during lockdown, this is the dnay to celebrate. If you’re not, this is the day to discover the easiest way to relax (with or without your kids). 

As Tokyo lights up the world stage, we’re inviting you to join our Road to Tokyo challenge between 23rd July - 8th August!

We're challenging you to walk, jog, run or dance as much as possible during the games and log your daily steps! – It’s as easy as putting one foot in front of the other! Plus the person who logs the most steps between 23rd July - 8th August will win a 6-Month Halo Membership, plus all others who take part will be entered into a draw for a chance to win as well.