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We promote the Korean Martial Art of WTF Olympic style Taekwondo. We are the largest Taekwondo club in East London. We participate regularly in kyorugi (fighting) and poomsae (patterns) competitions. Please visit our home page www.hadritkd.co.uk to read about our achievements. On Saturday mornings, the Leytonstone class focusses on ladies only, and the classes are taught by female instructors. Sessions improve fitness, stamina and help to tone up fast. Our members are passionate about the art and deliver fantastic results in training and competitions. Call us for a free taster session (Saba on 07531898503 or Teeroona on 07861546674). Please wear loose clothes and bring a bottle of water. You will learn to kick, punch, improve your stamina and flexibility and tone up. Self defence moves will be taught...
Want to improve your health and well-being but not too keen on running machines or lycra? Then why not take a look at our award-winning alternative... ...you could be helping the environment as well as yourself! The Conservation Volunteers Green Gym® is a scheme which inspires you to improve both your health and the environment..
Whether you are looking for a creative hobby, some relaxing ‘me’-time or to learn a new skill, you will find it at Beyond Beading. Our workshops can lead to new friends, stress reduction and a sense of achievement whilst you are making some fabulous jewellery or ornaments and master a wide variety of techniques. This workshop is suitable for beginners, no experience necessary. Materials included, no need to bring anything...
Well, a video actually! We have just made our 1st welcome to Orpington video to encourage customers from near and far to come and explore everything that Orpington town centre has to offer. There is so much more to Orpington than at first appears, so come and discover something new in town this summer! From breakfast to..
SCHOOLCHILDREN in Waltham Forest who took part in a sunflower competition for a national charity are being urged next month (September, 2014) to send in their entries. bibic is reminding youngsters in the area who took part in the growing competition to submit their entries before September 30 to be in..
In every state of our country eihter the CM or his/ her deputies are involved in amassing of Public Funds and the Judges are becoming puppets in their hands..Preent day trend is that the judges...