More opportunities to get active in South Norfolk

South Norfolk Council is continuing to roll out access to sports and leisure services, across the district, by teaming up with Hethersett Academy.

Local people can now use the sports hall, gymnasium and outdoor netball and tennis courts after school and at the weekends.

The Council’s experienced leisure team is also running fitness classes including Boogie Bounce, Kickboxercise, FitSteps and Blast FX to encourage people to get active and keep active.

Other bookable activities including football, badminton, table tennis, tennis, netball, cricket nets, volleyball and basketball and at the moment tennis and badminton are both half price.
South Norfolk Council Cabinet member Yvonne Bendle said “The Council understand the importance and health benefits of keeping our residents fit and active. By teaming up with Hethersett Academy, local people can now enjoy sporting facilities on their doorstep. This is part of our drive to give people of all ages and abilities greater opportunities to participate in a range of sport.”

The facilities are available for use between 5pm and 9pm Tuesday to Friday and 10am until 4pm Saturday and Sunday. Members of the public and sports groups will be able to book and pay for use of the facilities online via the Council’s website.

South Norfolk Council recently invested £4million to refurbish and expand Wymondham Leisure Centre and is in the process of investing £2million to improve Long Stratton Leisure Centre.

For more information or to book please visit www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/hethersett