Events on 21st Feb 2018

Events for 21st Feb 2018

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  • Get Set Trampolining

    • Date: 6th September 2017 - 28th March 2018
    • Every week
    • Location: Woodside Leisure Centre
    • Time: 10:00 - 11:30
    • Cost: £2

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    Trampolining for adults with disabilities.  Jump for joy as you bounce around and have lots of fun with different movement and skills.  We will aim to increase physical movement and give stimulation to senses.

    Drop in, no booking required.

    For more information tel: 01923 278242 or email: caroline.roche@watford.gov.uk

  • P.H.A.B

    • Date: 1st November 2017 - 21st March 2018
    • Every week
    • Location: Centrepoint Community Centre, Raphael Drive, Watford, WD24 4GY
    • Time: 19:00 - 21:00
    • Cost: 50p

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    PHAB are a lovely friendly group that meet at Centrepoint every Wednesday except for the last Wednesday of the month.

    A social evening for able-bodied and disabled people to get together for activities including: adapted sports, crafts, table top cricket, board games and boccia to name but a few.

  • Sahaja Yoga

    • Date: 1st November 2017 - 28th March 2018
    • Every week
    • Location: Centrepoint Community Centre, Raphael Drive, Watford, WD24 4GY
    • Time: 19:30 - 21:00
    • Cost: Free, small donations welcome.

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    A simple, time-honoured meditation technique accessible to all and a great way to relax.

  • Seated Exercise Class

    • Date: 1st November 2017 - 26th September 2018
    • Every week
    • Location: Centrepoint Community Centre, Raphael Drive, Watford, WD24 4GY
    • Time: 10:00 - 11:00
    • Cost: £2

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    Join this small friendly class with a gentle way of exercising.  Get your body moving with some gentle exercise whilst sitting.

  • SWHAHS Lecture

    • Date: 21st February 2018
    • Location: West Herts College, Hempstead Road
    • Time: 19:00
    • Cost: £3

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    Fabian Hiscock will talk about the economic impact of the Grand Junction Canal in Hertfordshire 1791 to 1841.

    Intrigued by the fact that histories of Hertfordshire tend to refer very little to the Grand Junction Canal, and vice-versa, Fabian undertook an MA to research the interaction more fully.  He'll tell us about what he found of the economic and social impact on the people of the towns and parishes through which the Canal passed in the first 50 years or so after its conception.

    Non members are welcome, but need to pre-book by tel: 07784 807108

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