Gentle Dancercise

Our Gentle Dancercise Sessions have been a huge hit and we’re thrilled to be able to get back to them. They’re a great way to keep you active and alert while having a ton of fun, having a boogie and sing song to the tunes of the 50s, 60s, 70s – and even a couple of 80s thrown in there!

Gentle Dancercise is a fantastic way to keep healthy and happy, meet new people and learn a new skill. Our ladies have become more coordinated, stamina has increased and their overall health has improved. With a class to suit every level there will always be a space for you to let your hair down and enjoy yourself.

All sessions are 45 minutes long. Masks do NOT need to be worn to sessions but can be if it makes you feel more comfortable.

Sessions are £3, paid by card only.

For more details, contact Jayne on 07590 839421 or though our Facebook.

Dancercise Sessions

Please arrive to sessions 10 minutes before the start time.

Tuesdays: Dinting Scout Hut on Adderley Place

(First right going up Simmondley Lane)

Dancercise: 10.30am to 11.15am, with 15 minutes for a cup of tea afterwards.

Wednesdays: Old Glossop Scout Hut

(Hope Street, Old Glossop, just further down from The Wheatsheaf)

Dancercise: 1.00pm to 1.45pm

Fridays: Hadfield Scout Hut

(Behind the Palatine pub in Hadfield, opposite the train station)

Dancercise: 1.30pm to 2.15pm

Our Other Be Well Active Sessions

Walking Football

With these sessions you get what it says on the tin, football with all the dashing about taken out. While our sessions mainly attract men of a certain age they are open to anyone who wants to try the fastest growing form of football in the UK. All you need is loose clothing, a pair of trainers and a sense of humour.

Click here to learn more.

Walking Netball

Inspired by seeing older men enjoying Walking Football our ladies asked us to sort out some Walking Netball for them and we were happy to oblige. We now have a thriving group who are keen to welcome new women who want a little gentle exercise and a lot of fun and laughter.

Click here to learn more.