Activities

Plans for Stainton Village Hall Re-opening

In line with government guidance we are not yet able to reopen the village hall. We are however putting in place the necessary plans, procedures and equipment to reopen on a limited basis once the government gives the go ahead, possibly sometime in July. When we reopen we will need to strictly abide to whatever Government guidance is in place at the time including social distancing rules. This will mean initially it will only be possible to use the Hall for limited numbers of people and purposes. Our first activity will be the re-opening outside the Hall of the Farmers Market on Saturday July 18th starting at 9.30 – 12.30.

We will post updates as and when we can to Hall users directly as well as here on our website at https://staintonvh.org.uk/ and our Facebook page @staintonvhall

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Reopening of Farmers Market Sat July 18th

We look forward to welcoming people back for activities inside the Village Hall soon. We hope people will continue to enjoy our programme of virtual events in the meantime; see staintonvh.org.uk/events/

Activities in our virtual village hall can be found on this page. Further information on dates and times can be found in Hallmaster by clicking HERE. or where given by contacting the organisor.

Our Virtual Catch-up and ZOOM Cafe is every Tuesday from 14.00 – 15.00 and includes information updates from Judith Derbyshire. Everyone is welcome to come along for the catch up and chat. For the details to join ZOOM for the weekly catch up please e-mail enquiries@staintonvh.org.uk or send a message from our FaceBook page; www.facebook.com/Staintonvhall

Current Village Hall Virtual Classes

Virtual Kanzen Karate Wednesday at 16.15 – 17.00 – Karate offers a range of both physical and psychological benefits such as concentration, self-confidence, self-control and discipline, mutual respect, physical co-ordination and well-being and personal achievement. Whilst also having fun fun. For further details for the classes contact Christine Pullan at christinepullan@hotmail.com or on 07900243662

Activities in the Hall before the closure in March – please contact organisors for details of any virtual classes they are currently running.

Yoga: Mondays 17:45 – 18:45 A multi-Style Yoga session to Music. This class combines stretch and stamina flows  to up-beat and uplifting tracks. Designed to limber up the body from the shoulders down, this active class will promote strength increase tone and flexibility. Relaxation at the end of the class ensures that the body and mind is in harmony, supporting a restful nights sleep. This class is suitable for both men and women and some experience of Yoga is useful but not essential.   Classes are payable weekly at £8 for the hour. Drop in – no booking required Further details about my practice can be found on  www.yoglen.com Enquiries can be made on  07887497849 after 4pm daily. Or email  yoglenwithmary@gmail.com Love and Light Mary Glendinning  BA Hons PGCE QTS RY200

BODYBALANCE starting April 8th on Wednesdays at 9.15 and Thursdays at 19.15 is a new yoga class for anyone and everyone. It uses a range of movements and motion set to music that will improve your mind, your body and your life. Bending and stretching through safe and simple yoga moves, A Body Balance class blends element of Tai Chi and Pilates to strengthen your entire body. If you have not tried yoga before then Body Balance is a great introduction that complements all other forms of exercise. The variety in Body Balance also makes it appealing to people already doing some form of yoga. A Body Balance class will leave your mind and body feeling calm and centred. Happy. Further information at https://www.adamaspilates.co.uk/bodybalance.html

Keep Fit Mondays at 19.00 – 20.00
Further information from Margaret Baglee 01768864136 or June Balmer 01768864319.

Stick Mobility every Wednesday for one hour at 13.00, 17.30, 18.30 and 19.30. – Stick Mobility is a revolutionary training system that improves your mobility, stability and strength making you move better than you ever have. The exercises use the Mobility Stick as a tool to improve your range of motion, muscle activation, coordination and body awareness to build a strong foundation for better movement. The classes are led by a Chartered Physiotherapists who are Certified Stick Mobility instructors.

Also on Wednesdays at 14.00 there is a Stick Mobilty over 60s class each week

Kanzen Karate Wednesday at 16.15 – 17.15 – Karate offers a range of both physical and psychological benefits such as concentration, self-confidence, self-control and discipline, mutual respect, physical co-ordination and well-being and personal achievement. Whilst also having fun fun. For further details for the classes contact Christine Pullan at christinepullan@hotmail.com or on 07900243662

Young Fun Fitness classes – Thursdays 17.30 – 18.00 30 min games, challenges, team work and flexibility class for the whole family (tailored for children 6-9 years and their parents). £5 per session, £20 for 5 weeks (children £3, £12 for 5 weeks)

Family Circuits – Thursdays 18.00 – 18.45 – 45 min games and circuits class for the whole family (ages 10+).
Why exercise as a family?
– Be role models for your children
– Something to discuss at the table
– Motivate each other
– Grow bond between you
– Less electronic family time
£6 drop in, £24 for 5 sessions (students £4 and £16 for 5 sessions)

Kickboxercise – Fridays @ 11 – 12 noon.  Great way to improve cardi, balance, strength and flexibility.  Pad work, circuits, boxing to music, games and more.  Boxing plus strike technique developed over time.  Friendly group, with great enthusiasm and motivation.  Come and join them.  £6 drop in.  Max 12 people.  Contact Debbie Jackman on debbie@get-active.co.uk or 0777 6162125 for more information.

Stainton Playgroup – We meet every Monday from 9:45am – 11:45am in Stainton Village Hall. We are a very friendly & welcoming group for babies & pre-school children. It’s a chance for local parents & carers to meet each other & relax over a brew, whilst their little ones play. We have a good variety of different toys & provide craft activities, messy play & much more. You just need to bring a snack & drink for your child, tea, coffee & biscuits is provided for the adults & the cost is £2/child, & £1 there after for siblings. The first visit is free & babies are free up until 6 months.
Restarts in Stainton village hall on Monday 20th January.

Messy Church – Every second Friday of the month from 15.30 – 17.30. It is an ecumenical Messy church which is open to all ages of the community. There will be a variety of craft activities, games and challenges to do followed by a short time of celebration and then a meal. For further details e-mail Tracey Cooke at: tcooke123@btinternet.com or mobile:07891 532979

Sweaty Mama on Tuesdays 10.00 – 11.00 starting March 3rd – Sweaty Mama is a unique and effective way to exercise whilst you bond with your child. No need to organise childcare to get to the gym, Sweaty Mama allows you to spend quality time with your child whilst you undertake the workout.  Exercises are adapted to suit all ages & development of the child as well as suit the fitness level of the Mama. Over the course of sessions, you gradually build up your fitness level and strengthen your core & posture to rehabilitate your body after having a child. A fab, fun workout to upbeat music both you and your child will love (with babies, toddlers and Preschoolers all joining in the fun!)

Free introduction to First Aid and Fire Safety session on Tuesday April 11th at 14.00 – 15.30 during the Community Cafe in the committee room with : Darren Elliott contact number 07810860062