Have Fun, Make New Friends and Keep-Fit
Want to have fun, meet new people and get fit all in one go?
Well now is your chance to do just that. Ceroc, the biggest dance club in the world, holding classes with over 150 weekly venues and with half a million members is here in Ipswich every Tuesday and Thursday evenings!
At Ceroc they have been introducing people to the world of partner dancing for over 28 years and today they are proud to boast that Ceroc is the biggest dance club in the world with hundreds of classes across the globe.
The stylish dance, sometimes referred to as 'Modern Jive', is a fusion of different styles of dance but without any complicated footwork, it really is great fun and looks very professional. The experienced instructors at the classes make learning to dance fun, easy and relaxed.
Danced in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere to chart music alongside dance classics, a Ceroc class is the perfect night out.
Although Ceroc is a partner dance, there is no need to bring one! Each routine is broken down so the class rotates every few moves, this way you dance with a new person about every three minutes! The perfect way to socialise! Because Ceroc is so easy to learn, those with two left feet are especially welcome!
Come with or without a partner, it’s so easy to pick up, you don’t need to book in advance, just turn up!
Doors open at 7.15pm, with the class starting at 7.30pm and the evening ending with a chance to try out your new skills with free style dancing until 10.30pm. Classes cost £7 per person (conc £6).
• For further information please contact, Anna on 07801 492358, email email@example.com
or visit the website at www.cerocfusion.co.uk
Home Brewing – A Great Hobby and a Great Money Saver Too!
Home brewers young and old are invited to a unique new brew shop in Ipswich. Brewers Barn on Norwich Road offers everything you need to start making quality beer, wine, cider and liquor at home – with a bar to sample what can be accomplished at home with a little care and craft.
Home beer and
wine making is making a major comeback, with customers developing a sophisticated interest in high-quality food and drink, as well as welcoming the opportunity to save money. Although the shop caters for absolute beginners, Brewers Barn stocks all manner of specialist malts and hops for the more experienced home beer and wine maker. Also available is a selection of quality glassware and drinks related paraphernalia for parties or a home bar.
The hobby has come a long way since its last period of popularity in the 1970s and 80s which shop owner John Ridealgh is keen to explain, "The hobby used to be massively popular but fizzled out until a few years ago, the newer kits make things much easier for the newcomer due to the quality of the raw materials and the improved manufacturing process.
"It’s very simple to get started and you can have your first batch of your favourite beverage ready in no time – some kits can be made in a matter of days. This isn’t something only for keen enthusiasts now, everyone from, students to parents, can find it easy and accessible with a beer, wine or cider starter kit that wont break the bank."
With the hobby set to hit an all-time high in its popularity, John Ridealgh is optimistic about the future, "This can be a cheaper alternative, which is always a plus, but I think the major appeal is that people can have some real fun first-hand with the production. In the future, we’re looking to stock natural local ingredients, and people can even use produce from their garden to help with the process. "It can be a tremendously rewarding experience as you work and experiment to get the perfect flavour. That’s something that I’m hoping that friends and older families will be excited about sharing together. Who knows, your next favourite drink could come from your own home."
• You can visit the website on www.brewersbarn.co.uk
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