What our participants think about Active Villages...
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"Hi! Just wanted to say the Push2Fit at both Roadford and St Giles was fab this week, I started eating better a week ago as I'm on a mission now to get back in shape, but have lost 5lbs this week and inches all over, including an inch off my calves and thighs, which I attribute to the workouts you've had us doing!! Thank you!! Motivated and looking forward to Tuesday" - Mum in St Giles on the Heath.
"We would like to extend our thanks to Active Villages for the funding & support we have recieved to bring the 'Big Funky Chair Dance' in Princetown, West Devon to fruition, and setting up regular chair based dance sessions."
"We have really been enjoying working in the rural communities and we have our first junior team competing shortly! - Steve Pender from Chaos Muay Thai Boxing"
"The Starcross Sport & Community Association said "Thanks for coming along to our event on the sports field at Starcross on the 24th. The afternoon was a great success - in particular Kye Forte and his team...(continued in box below)"
"Two things stood out - the number of children who came and had a great time and the success of the Warboro Hill Climb. We hope to repeat this next year and to make it an annual event...(continued in box below)"
"...So thanks to Teignbridge District Council and Active Villages for their continued support of Starcross"
"I would like to send a very grateful thank you for the bike ride and instruction you gave to my daughter today. My husband thoroughly enjoyed the ride and i really appreciate the care you and Nick took with Ellen. She was incredibly proud of herself when she came home and had ridden over 7 miles on roads. Today gave her a vital opportunity to learn essential road skills with the safety of professional instructors guiding her"
"The coaching was good and it was good to have a coach come along and teach us some new drills and skills and We enjoyed the sessions and have some new ideas for warm ups before the game - The Lifton men's football team"
"I have really enjoyed coming to the gym club. I feel much more confident now, and I am getting more flexible! and my goal is to fo the splits! It will be hard, but I think I can do it if i keep practising! - The children of Chagford Gymanstics Club"
"Lisa Rowe from Chagford said: The OCRA run gymnastics club at Chagford has been incredibly popular! It is great fun, covers a good balance of gymnastics skills, and is very ably led by Vicki Pritchard. The children have made excellent progress over the first few weeks that have been supported by Active Villages, and we shall definately be seeking to continue the club through the rest of the year"
"I have learnt loads od dance moves, I have improved on my dancing. i will definately come after the show. I like coming to dance - Georgia from Lympstone"
"I have learnt loads of things in dance which is great because I love dancing. I love attending because I find it really fun! - Amber from Lympstone"
"I have learnt alot of awesome dance moves and i will continue after the show because it's great fun. It's all thanks to Jess, our amazing dance teacher - Hattie from Lympstone"
"I thought the coaching session yesterday was really excellent - and the children had a particularly good time. Many thanks to those of you who set it all up. What a jolly nice nice crowd you have in Lympstone - Mike from Lympstone"
"The Active Villages project is a marvellous idea. I enjoyed the cycling very much and it has given me much more confidence in my approach to cycling - Patricia from Lympstone"
"The yoga tutor is excellent. The original students keep coming and there's lots of new faces in the class - Anne from Lympstone"
"It's really fun, and It's great to do something different - The children of Feniton Primary School"
"The Active Villages Programme has enriched the opportunities available to all children. We feel very fortunate to have been chosen to take part - The headteacher of Feniton Primary School."