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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.

Halo prides itself on listening to its members. In fact so many of the things you love about your local centre have been shaped by your ideas, and things you don’t we’ve made a priority to sort out.

Join us on Wednesdays from 2 - 3pm before a get together over free refreshments. This new initiative is thanks to a collaboration between Halo Leisure, the Alzheimer's Society, ABMU Health Board, BAVO and support from Bridgend County Borough Council. There are accessible facilities and assistance from specially trained instructors and staff.

Would you like to support people living with dementia? Do you have an enthusiasm for an active lifestyle and helping others to continue theirs? Do you live in or near Bridgend? If yes then this may be the role for you!

We are glad to hear how welcome the new pool hoist is at our centre in Bridgnorth. If you need assistance getting in or out of the pool and haven’t felt the benefit of this yet, please ask at reception and we can show you how it works. 

 Laura who teaches Fitsteps at Hereford Leisure Centre and Hereford Leisure Pool was one of 5 finalists shortlisted from over 170 nominations based on a public vote. FitSteps is a dance inspired group exercise class that takes the best of ballroom and latin and mixes it into a fun and high effective fitness routine. Laura said "I am absolutely delighted beyond words.

Would you like your child to benefit from swimming lessons taught in Welsh? We host Monday afternoon sessions from 4pm in Maesteg Swimming Pool (catering for Splash levels 1 and 2 through to Stage 2).

There are exciting plans afoot for Highley’s Severn Centre thanks to a new partnership we have with the community hub.

We currently operates 21 leisure centres in the heart of local communities in England and Wales and prides ourselves on being much more than just a gym or local swimming pool. We have invested millions in our facilities in recent years in a bid to ensure a combination of the finest sport and fitness opportunities with family services (like school holiday activities and children’s coaching lessons) with professional support and care for those who, traditionally, find physical activity challenging - including, for example those wanting to get fit as they recover from ill health, quit smoking or cope with mental health problems.

The Directors of the Severn Centre trust are committed to ensuring that the quality of services and facilities at The Severn Centre is in keeping with what the local community require.

The Severn Centre is a registered charity and, in the interests of social welfare, the Aim of The Centre is to improve the conditions of life for people of the area, enabling them to benefit (without distinction of political, religious or other opinions) from the provision and maintenance of a community centre for local use, for a wide variety of activities, including meetings, lectures and classes, and other forms of recreation and leisure-time occupation. This also extends to a recreation ground and a swimming pool for use by the local community.

Easy to think it’s children who we need to teach, but tens of thousands of adults in the UK can’t swim. We’re changing that, one lovely swimmer at a time.

Here’s what Shirley had to say after her course at our centre in Ross.

Our group swimming programme is working fabulously, but we know some of our pupils would prefer and benefit from a little 1 to 1. That’s why our pools in Herefordshire are all able to offer these special swim sessions to children and adults who find a group lesson too much, need a little bit more personal attention, or who simply want to accelerate their progress in advance of a big event.