Due to the overwhelming response to our National Fitness Day Membership Offer and numerous requests from our members, we have extended it until the 1st October 2021 - check out the full details here:Find Out More
Christmas 2021 launches at Torfaen Leisure Trust!! We know you've all been waiting for this and we have some amazing Party Nights planned!! Find out full information here:Button Text
We have a BRAND NEW Outdoor Cinema Experience coming to Cwmbran Stadium! We will be screening the feel good classics The Greatest Showman and Grease, so get your top hats and big collars at the ready to join in with this fantastic Family Evening out!Button Text
We're really excited to be hosting a new Sporting Memories Club in Pontypool ALC with Dragons Rugby & the Sporting Memories Foundation launching on the 9th July. The Club will run every Friday from 11:15am-1:15pm and every session is completely FREE!
At Sporting Memories Clubs, people aged over 50 get together to talk about and remember all things sport.
Sessions often start with a Club song. At every session we use our Sporting Pink publication as a starting point for that week’s sporting conversations. We often have quizzes and competitions. We share and talk about items of sporting memorabilia. We also usually do some gentle exercises, even when we are online!
And when we meet we may play physical games such as New Age Kurling and Boccia. We always have a tea break!
Although many of our Club members have a favourite sport, era or club, you don't need to know a lot about a particular sport. Everyone at our Clubs enjoys simply talking about and remembering sport in general.
You can book now by calling our Bookings Team on 01633 627100 or via our Mobile App, find the Sporting Memories Club under our "Class Booking" tile!
We are Sporting Memories, dedicated to bringing together older adults to talk about and remember sport. We provide social and physical activities, too. At Sporting Memories Clubs, everyone finds fun, friendship and increased well-being.
The older adults who come to our online or community-based Clubs may be isolated, or living with depression, dementia or other long-term conditions. Everyone has one thing in common: a love of talking about and remembering sport!
We also run campaigns and projects – and work in partnership with organisations. And of course without our dedicated volunteer teams, we could not do the work we do.
For more information about this amazing project please visit their website: Sporting Memories Foundation