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Sep
23
Mon
Tai Chi
Sep 23 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Adults need 150 minutes of heart pumping physical activity

Start with 60 minutes of Tai Chi

Dochester Village Hall – £5

Mondays 2pm – 3pm

Starts 4 June 2018

To book contact:

  • Annalie Thomasson
  • 07766 991487
  • annalie.thomasson@southandvale.org.uk

Sep
24
Tue
Pilates (Tues) @ Dorchester Village Hall
Sep 24 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Millstream Pilates is an independent Oxfordshire Pilates business serving Dorchester On Thames, Radley, Benson and Gallowstree Common.

Pilates exercises can work for everyone – all ages, genders and fitness levels.

Pilates can help you manage on-going spine and joint problems including Arthritis and Osteoporosis, improve mobility, recover from sports injuries, teach you to use your body more effectively to minimise your risk of injury and strengthen the body to enhance performance.

You may also just be simply looking for an effective way to exercise, strengthen the core muscles of the body and improve your posture.

As well as being a Low Back Pain Practitioner, Claire is qualified to work with Pre and post Natal, Neurological conditions, Osteoporosis clients. Further details can be found on www.millstreampilates.co.uk

Sessions run from Dorchester Village Hall on :

  • Tuesdays 12:30 – 13:30
  • Wednesdays 18:15 – 19:15

Please contact Claire to discuss private lessons, classes or Body Control Pilates.

(classes need to be pre-booked for a block)

 

 

Children’s dance classes (term time only) @ Dorchester Village Hall
Sep 24 @ 3:30 pm – 4:15 pm
Children’s dance classes (term time only) @ Dorchester Village Hall

The Children’s dance classes run Tuesday afternoons (Term time) starting 25th April 3:30-4:15pm at Dorchester Village Hall. They cost £4 per class, and the first class is free to trial. For more information please contact Ellen at Ellen-jessica.busby@ntlworld.com or 07856617142.

Street Jazz Classes for 5-8 year olds
Sep 24 @ 3:30 pm – 4:15 pm
Street Jazz Classes for 5-8 year olds

Street jazz dance classes provide the opportunity to explore dance in a fun and friendly setting, whether you are new to dance or want a challenge.

3:30-4:15, Tuesdays (term time only)

 

Sep
25
Wed
GO Active GOLD (60+). @ Village Hall, Dorchester on thames
Sep 25 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Senior Circuits Class
Wednesdays 10am-11am
£4/class
Starts 22 March 2017

Online 2017 Gold Leaflet

Tai Chi for the over 60’s @ Village Hall
Sep 25 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Increase your:

  • balance
  • strength
  • flexibility
  • memory

 

Pilates (Wed) @ Dorchester Village Hall
Sep 25 @ 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm

Millstream Pilates is an independent Oxfordshire Pilates business serving Dorchester On Thames, Radley, Benson and Gallowstree Common.

Pilates exercises can work for everyone – all ages, genders and fitness levels.

Pilates can help you manage on-going spine and joint problems including Arthritis and Osteoporosis, improve mobility, recover from sports injuries, teach you to use your body more effectively to minimise your risk of injury and strengthen the body to enhance performance.

You may also just be simply looking for an effective way to exercise, strengthen the core muscles of the body and improve your posture.

As well as being a Low Back Pain Practitioner, Claire is qualified to work with Pre and post Natal, Neurological conditions, Osteoporosis clients. Further details can be found on www.millstreampilates.co.uk

Sessions run from Dorchester Village Hall on :

  • Tuesdays 12:30 – 13:30
  • Wednesdays 18:15 – 19:15

Please contact Claire to discuss private lessons, classes or Body Control Pilates.

(classes need to be pre-booked for a block)

 

 

Historical Society
Sep 25 @ 7:30 pm
Historical Society

Mark Davies on: ‘Professors of Rowing: the first Oxford v Cambridge Boat Races’

Although the first known inter-college race was held in 1815, competitive rowing was still a low-key affair in Oxford when Cambridge University issued the first challenge in 1829. That changed in 1843, when a seven-man Oxford crew won an unlikely victory and rowing displaced cricket as the pre-eminent summer sporting activity. In between, an unusual alliance of Town & Gown had seen Thames’ watermen and boatbuilders – some immortalised in fiction – crucially equipping and training the early Oxford crews.

Mark Davies is an Oxford local historian, guide, and author with an especial interest in the history and literature of Oxford’s waterways. He has lived on a residential narrowboat on the Oxford Canal since 1992 and has led towpath walks in Oxford for 20 years. Most of his talks focus on the waterways of Oxford, including literary themes (especially Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’, on which he has spoken as far afield as India), but his other distinctive specialties include: Oxford Castle; 400 hundred years of the Botanic Garden; and the local contributions to the origins of hot-air ballooning. He is currently assisting the Museum of Oxford in preparation for its reopening in 2020.

October talk: Professor Malcolm Airs ‘William and Jessie Macfarlane and their Mission for Dorchester’.

Visitors and new members are always very welcome to our talks and outings.

Tango Temptation
Sep 25 @ 8:00 pm
Sep
26
Thu
Dorchester on thames baby and toddler group
Sep 26 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
Dorchester on thames baby and toddler group

Dorchester on thames baby and toddler group

Thursdays (term time only)
9.30am – 11am

£3.00 per family (including hot drink for parents/carers and a snack for the children)

Starting Thursday 16th march 2017

Visit us on our facebook page for more info

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