Our first session of 2019/2020 is well underway but you can still try classes if you fancy them.

PLEASE NOTE: Grove Academy is closed on TUESDAY 26 November, so there will be no BERA that night (the yoga will go ahead at Forthill, of course!)

Firstly, at Grove Academy:

Lindsey’s yoga class takes place in the library on Mondays from 6.30pm and is very popular – £60 for ten weeks.

Spanish classes will be taken by a “new/old” teacher – having taken time out to study for a Masters degree, José will take over where Lorena left off. Classes will continue on Tuesdays as normal. Beginners 18.00-19.30, continuing students 19.30-21.00 – £60.

If you’re off to Italy or just fancy mastering Italian (or understanding Inspector Montalbano on a Saturday night), Angela’s classes will continue on Thursdays 18.00-19.30 – £60 for ten weeks.

Sheila’s popular jewellery making classes start at 6.45 on Tuesday evenings. She has spare tools for complete beginners and a core group of ladies who have now been attending for around four years! Let your inspiration take you on a creative journey. 18.45-20.45 – £80.

Jean’s Thursday evening meditation, mindfulness and relaxation classes are an opportunity to try a number of different techniques from around the world to help you feel more calm and relaxed (19.00-20.30 – £60). 

Things get a little more physical at Forthill Primary School:

Moira’s 6pm Tuesday night class is similarly popular. Feel free to try both before you decide which is best suited to you – also £60 for ten weeks.

Alison Angus offers a Pilates class after the Tuesday night yoga (19.50–20.50) – ten weeks cost £40.

PLEASE NOTE: This is an amendment to the printed leaflet.

Val’s ballroom dancing class at 7pm on Thursday nights is a casual, friendly affair – new dancers (or couples) will be made very welcome! £80 for ten weeks – and a damned good time 🙂

The leaflet has been distributed as usual – look out for it at your local library, and remember to tell all your friends – the more the merrier!

* PLEASE NOTE: Classes can only run if there are enough students to cover the costs. Some classes are very popular which means we are able to subsidise smaller classes to some extent, but each case must be judged on its merits and classes may not run after the first two or three weeks. Every effort will be made to attract as many students as possible.