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The day the Vikings came to Stirchley…

Over 430 Fun Palaces took place around the world as local communities organised events that bring arts, science and culture to the heart of the community. Last Saturday the rain didn’t stop over 600 people visiting Stirchley Baths Community Hub  and Stirchley Library for the annual Stirchley Baths Fun Palace event. A fantastic team of community volunteers all rallied round in preparation (including putting over 50 chairs in the cinema room!) and on the day. Having previously sent the community to outer space and back again last year, this time it had been decided very enthusiastically that this year we would be exploring the history of the Vikings.

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Activities Starting in September

There are a number of new activities starting in September:-

Mondays

Mindfulness for Stress: 7.30pm – 9.30pm FREE taster session 17th Sept 18. Learn tried and tested ways to manae stress, health or pain and improve you wellbeing. A small friendly group led by an experience mindfulness teacher. For further information contact Sally Cherry on sally@sallycherryassociates.co.uk,  Tel 07846 087647 or http://www.sallycherryassociates.co.uk/

Tuesdays –

Gyrokinesis: 10.30am – 11.30am. Want to feel energised, de-stressed, stringer and taller? Gyrokinesis is an exercise method that engages the whole body in fluid circular and spiralling movements designed to strengthen, mobilise and stimulate, improving posture, circulation and balance. The class is low intensity and open to all abilities. For further information contact Dorcas Walters on dorcas.walters@gmail.com, Tel 07790 007536 or http://www.theartofmovement.co.uk

Womens Karate/Self Defence: 6.30pm – 7.30pm, ages 14 and above. For further information contact Margaret Morgan on marg.morg@outlook.com, Tel 07905 368454

Wednesdays –

Book Club: 10.00am – 11.30am, every first Wednesday in the month. Have a look at the forthcoming dates and see if you are free. I hope some of the books we are planning to read will tempt you to come along and share your thought and out forward a suggested read for the group. Please contact Margaret on 07751 502631for any queries. The discussions will be as follows:-

October 3rd – The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark

November 7th – The Bookshop by Penelope Fitzgerald

December 5th – to be confirmed at next meeting