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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!

Last year the Halo Sport Foundation supported over 230 athletes in Bridgend County and Herefordshire via awards totalling nearly £90,000 plus access to free training facilities. The Foundation is now moving into its 6th year with our Patrons Paralymic hero Sascha Kindred and WRU’s wonderful Rob Howley still at the helm.

The latest improvements at Highworth Recreation Centre are now complete. We have invested in the region of £40,000 in the new gym...

Halo’s annual staff awards is a celebration of all that is wonderful about the teams who work tirelessly at your local Halo centre to support their local community to get more active more often. From Centre of the Year, Employee of the Year to Customer Choice Awards read more here..... 

THE FUTURE of public leisure and culture services across the UK is receiving nationwide backing with the launch of Community Leisure UK.

“I feel quicker, fitter and more mobile. My friends can see the difference. They all say how much healthier I look…” Caroline Jones is 53 and a teaching assistant. She lives in Hereford with her husband and has two children, the oldest studying at university.

The water slide in the fun leisure pool at Hereford Leisure Pool is taking a break...we will keep you up to date when it is ready for action again. 

We are pleased to invite local sports groups in Bridgend to a funding clinic which will provide the opportunity to:

In 2014, (before Halo and the Highworth Trust formed its current partnership)  the Centre developed the changing facilities moving to a more family friendly ‘communal’ village changing layout.  When issues with the flooring and drainage came to light Halo immediately contacted the building contractors who undertook the work to discuss urgent repairs. It transpired that the company is no longer trading which is the reason for the slow progress.

Halo are delighted to have been chosen to manage the Craven Arms Community Centre in Shropshire in a new partnership with Craven Arms Town Council and CAPFA. The Council and CAPFA will retain ownership of the facilities, but have called on Halo’s expertise to manage and promote them. This means we now have three centres under Halo management in this beautiful part of the world.