Active Trowbridge are pleased to announce that their Active Extras programme of activities for school-age children begin again from Monday April 19th. After the late May half-term holiday, pre-school sessions are moving to the MUGA in the town park, having previously taken place at Longfield Community Centre. Wildcats, the FA’s football programme for girls is returning, with the first six weeks costing just £1 per player per week. Multi-Sports sessions have now moved to Tuesday, the same as @dance. All Active Extras sessions can be booked online now.

Also, for the late May half-term break, the ever-popular Active Kids camps will return for four days (Tuesday June 1st until Friday 4th) along with the Soccer Schools programme: it should be noted that bookings can only be taken for the entire week: no individual day bookings can be accepted. The booking system is currently being updated, so please check the Active Trowbridge website regularly, or look out for updates on their social media pages.

But it’s not just about the youngsters . . . With the recent easing of Covid-19 restrictions, Active are very pleased to be working with Wiltshire Council in seeing the return of their Healthier Communities adult fitness sessions this month. Start dates for each activity are as follows:

Monday Walking Netball at Studley Green Community Centre (9.30am-10.30am) – starting Monday April 19th.

Sport England’s female fitness scheme ‘This Girl Can’ at Trowbridge Park MUGA (5.00pm-6.00pm) – starting Tuesday April 20th.

Walking Football at Trowbridge Park MUGA (1.30pm-2.30pm) – starting Wednesday April 21st.

Thursday Walking Netball at Trowbridge Park MUGA (1.30pm-2.30pm) – starting Thursday April 22nd.

Additionally, in the Town Park MUGA, a programme of Ladies’ Tennis sessions is available: find out more here.

Finally, returning on Thursdays from May 13th, the weekly Buggy Walk at Longfield Community Centre between 9.00am and 10.00am is a great way of getting some gentle exercise, whilst meeting other parents.