invited to join new buggy walks at Highbridge's Apex Park
and Highbridge parents with pre-school children are being encouraged
to meet friends, have fun and keep fit with their tots by joining
a free, six-week course of Buggy Walks and Fun Fitness sessions
at Apex Park in Highbridge.
course starts at 9.30am on Wednesday 19th April and runs every Wednesday
for six weeks.
Sedgemoor District Council, which owns Apex Park, has teamed up
with 1610 Leisure to launch the course for residents and visitors,
instructing them on how to use the park gym equipment as well as
keep fit in the fresh air.
is launching this new health initiative where parents with pre-school
children can get active in the outdoors with a health or Buggy Walk
with the children, followed by a circuit-based exercise session
using the gym equipment in the park," 1610's Gail Livingstone
six-week courses will be run by a 1610 gym instructor with improvements
in fitness and weight goals for parents also being monitored. The
sessions will end with a chat and catch-up in a local coffee shop
or even a picnic, depending on the weather, so exercise is combined
with the opportunity to make new friends without the need to make
For more information about the Buggy Walks contact King Alfreds
Sports Centre to book on 01278 786868.
1610 is a non-profit making leisure trust which manages 19 leisure
centres based on school sites across Somerset, Devon and Dorset.
It aims to help people live fuller, richer lives through having
an active body and an active mind.