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Events | Regular Activities

Newport Memorial Hall is home to a diverse range of events from concerts, theatre, fairs to regular activities such as weekly yoga sessions to the children’s youth club and African Dancing, there’s something for everyone.

Got an event and need a venue to hold it at? Click here to find out more about hiring Newport Memorial Hall for your event.

Oct
17
Wed
Julie’s Dru Yoga @ The Garden Room
Oct 17 @ 9:30 am – 10:45 am

It doesn’t matter if you’ve never done yoga, if its been a long time since you’ve been to a class or already do yoga, as…

Dru Yoga is for all ages and abilities and works with your body to relax, revitalise and re energise your whole being.

Dru Yoga is a graceful flowing style of yoga based on soft flowing movements, breathing techniques and visualisation.

Dru Yoga can help reduce stress and tension, ease back pain, improve spine health and release body tension. It helps to improve strength, flexibility and core stability helping to create a positive sense of wellbeing.

Dru Yoga is an holistic form of yoga bringing balance and harmony to body, mind and spirit. “Dru” means still point, and Dry Yoga enables us to find that stillness and calm away from the stress and strains of modern living.

African Dancing @ The Main Hall
Oct 17 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Mini Tennis Coaching @ The Main Hall
Oct 17 @ 4:15 pm – 5:45 pm
Mini Tennis Coaching @ The Main Hall | Wales | United Kingdom

Starting on Wednesday 3rd October 2018

● Great introduction to tennis
● Co-ordination skills and team games

● Fun way to keep your child active
● Rackets provided

NEWPORT LTC

TENNIS COACH

TOM HOLE

LTA Accredited Level 4 DBS Checked
To book text/email Tom Phone: 07809 397160

Email: thomas.hole@sky.com

Board Games Night @ The Meeting Room
Oct 17 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Board Games Night @ The Meeting Room | Wales | United Kingdom

Everyone welcome!

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Earn at Time Credit.

Youth Club @ The Main Hall
Oct 17 @ 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Oct
18
Thu
Julie’s Dru Yoga @ The Garden Room
Oct 18 @ 7:15 pm – 8:30 pm

It doesn’t matter if you’ve never done yoga, if its been along time since you’ve been to a class or already do yoga, as…

Dru Yoga is for all ages and abilities and works with your body to relax, revitalise and re energise your whole being.

Dru Yoga is a graceful flowing style of yoga based on soft flowing movements, breathing techniques and visualisation.

Dru Yoga can help reduce stress and tension, ease back pain, improve spine health and release body tension. It helps to improve strength, flexibility and core stability helping to create a positive sense of wellbeing.

Dru Yoga is an holistic form of yoga bringing balance and harmony to body, mind and spirit. “Dru” means still point, and Dry Yoga enables us to find that stillness and calm away from the stress and strains of modern living.

Oct
19
Fri
Pilates @ The Garden Room
Oct 19 @ 11:15 am – 12:15 pm

Pilates is an exercise for the mind and body. It’s purpose is to improve strength, flexibility and overall mobility. It enhances and restores body posture by strengthening core muscles and developing leaner, longer muscles.

Senior Citizens Lunch Club @ The Meeting Room, Newport Memorial Hall
Oct 19 @ 12:00 pm

Newport Luncheon Club meets in the Committee Room in Newport Memorial Hall on alternate Fridays when the meal starts at 12.30 pm. The food is home-cooked by volunteers and is healthy fare, consisting of 2 courses and tea or coffee. The cost of £3 includes a raffle ticket.

Carers who bring people to the meal are also welcome to stay.

If you are attending for the first time it would help with catering if you telephone one of the organisers beforehand.

If anyone needs help with transport to and from the Hall, the local Country Cars (Community Transport) team (Gaynor and Ken Davies 01239 820090) may be able to assist.

The Senior Citizens Welfare Committee organises a Christmas Lunch and a “Mystery Outing” each year for Luncheon Club members. There is also an outing for senior citizens in the summer, and at Christmas Newport people who are 90 years of age and over receive a Christmas present from the Committee, as do people who are housebound and those who have moved into a home elsewhere.

Donations to support all this work are always welcome.

The Luncheon Club is looking for extra volunteers to help produce the meal. This can be great fun and very rewarding work so if anyone feels they could spare a few hours now and then, or if any group would like to start a new team, please get in touch with Rosemary Elmes (01239 820104) or Elaine Lloyd (01239 820037)

Bowls @ The Main Hall
Oct 19 @ 2:15 pm – 4:30 pm
Oct
20
Sat
Just Art for Kids! @ The Garden Room
Oct 20 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm