Fusion Lifestyle and South Hams District Council are pleased to announce that a new programme of health and fitness focussed Youth Nights are coming soon to Totnes Leisure Centre in Borough Park Road.
All young people aged between 11-16 years in the district are invited to come along and enjoy a range of activities at the pool and gym, as well as an engaging in an exciting partnership with Plymouth Argyle Football Club, who will be providing a community multi-sport coach to lead activity in the sports hall.
The Youth Nights programme will run from 6pm-8pm weekly during term time and will cost £2.50 for each session, with the first session being offered free. Pre-Covid, Youth Nights were a regular feature at Totnes centre, with over 50 people attending each week, so the team at Totnes are hoping to welcome many young people back who have missed these popular sessions.
The programme, in partnership with youth workers from Youth Genesis is funded by Sport England's Tackling Inequalities Fund via Active Devon, aims to support young people to make a healthy lifestyle shift and engage with sports and physical activity.
Clare Bill - Strategic Development Manager from Fusion Lifestyle said "We are delighted that with a lot of hard work and determination, we are able to offer young people in the community a place to work out, to swim, to discover and enjoy a new sport and meet new people. We are very grateful for the support of everyone involved and look forward to welcoming lots of new faces in the New Year"
Cllr Jonathan Hawkins from South Hams District Council said - "We know how important it is for both the mental and physical health of young people that they are able to engage in sport and fitness activities. We are delighted support this important initiative with our partners Fusion Lifestyle. Combined with additional funding from Active Devon and £1,000 from our Devon County Council locality budget fund, these essential dates are back on the calendar, and we look forward to welcoming everyone in March 2022."