“When I first got involved with the YMCA in 1985, I felt an immediate connection with what the YMCA did and stood for; locally, nationally and internationally,” says Alison Worthington.
Monthly Archives: November 2015
YMCA St Paul’s Group is delighted to announce that as part of the YMCA Inclusive Lives programme, they will be partnering with world renowned Dance Company BalletBoyz to deliver creative movement sessions for young people aged 11-17 with a disability.
“It’s not about taking away people’s freedom of choice, but rather about encouraging them to make more healthy choices when purchasing foods and drinks,” says Sarah Carvell, Catering Manager at YMCA Wimbledon. The café on the 1st floor of YMCA Wimbledon is the first business in Merton to be awarded the new and updated Healthier…
Welcome to the free Inclusive Tennis Festival this November in Surbiton, Kingston and Hampton.
About this time one year ago, Paul Squires died. By cutting the main artery on his right wrist, he intended to end his life in the park where he had been sleeping rough for almost seven months.
Starting on Friday 6 November, BBC One’s The One Show Rickshaw Challenge is back, longer and tougher than ever before. One of the brave riders who will be cycling the 470-mile journey from Land’s End in Cornwall to Elstree in London in a bid to raise money for BBC Children in Need is 16 year old George from…
Starting on 1 November 2015, new joiners to our Health & Wellbeing services can get 25 days of gym membership for just £25 at any of our centres in Kingston, Wimbledon or Surbiton.