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ne new you w year,


Spring has sprung! This is the perfect opportunity to get out and try something new. There’s lots going on locally for people of all ages with a range of sporty, musical and artistic interests. For most activities you need nothing but a healthy dose of enthusiasm.


We’ve done a round up of all the activities you can find in the Flavel, Leisure Centre and Dartmouth Library as well as an outline of the timetables held in surrounding villages. If we’ve missed anything out, let us know (emma@southdevonmagazines.co.uk) and we’ll help spread the word in future issues and on our website.


The Flavel Music, Craft & Art


NADFAS - Dartmouth & Kingswear Decorative & Fine Arts Society (to be renamed The Arts Society soon) A series of afternoon lectures cover historical and arts-related topics such as architecture, music, literature, fine art, jewellery, sculpture, gardens and other related subjects. Monday 13th March 2017 Glass: the 8th Wonder of the Ancient World: Mrs Caroline MacDonald-Haig From antiquity to renaissance Venice, this lecture introduces the art and craft of glass making from 1500BC to 1600AD.


Monday 8th May, 2017 The Stone of Heaven - Jade, 1500BC - 1800AD: Peter Le Rossignol Exploring the history of jade from the Neolithic tomb to the magnificent carved items of 18C Emperors and its importance as the Stone of Heaven to the culture of China.


Lectures are open to all on every second Monday of the month, at 2.15 for 2.30pm, followed by compli- mentary tea and biscuits. For further details contact: Chairman Ken Scott on 07792040391 or Membership sec- retary Sue Clay on 01803 832746.


Chamber Music Tuesdays (7 - 9.15pm), every fortnight. Instrumentalists of Grade 7 standard and above are invited to explore the essentials of chamber music playing in this practical rehearsal and performance based course. With Helen Deakin GRSM, LRAM, ARCM. For more details phone 01803 835882


Fitness


Pilates Monday (12noon - 1pm) in term-time. Contact Gill Whitmore on 01548 581362 or 07801 790611 for more information.


Hatha yoga Monday (6.30 - 8pm) & Thursday (9.30 - 11am) in term-time. Suitable for all ages and levels. Contact Amanda on 07851 033762 or email yogaman- da92@gmail.com for more details.


Ashtanga yoga Wednesday (12.45 -2.15pm) in term-time. Contact Stephen Harding on 01548 550612 for details.


Pilates Wednesday in term-time with Kay Sharp: Gentle Pilates (4.45 – 5.45pm),


Intermediate Pilates (6 - 7pm). Kay is a qualified Body Control Pilates teacher and a Level 4 Specialist Instructor in Low Back Pain. Contact Kay on 07917 708635 or email: kay@totalbodypilates. co.uk www.totalbodypilates.co.uk


Dance party Current dates: Thursday 16th


and 23nd


Mar, 5.30pm - 6.30pm. Dance to some great tracks from across the decades. No boys, no booze, no teacher, no dressing- up, just excellent tunes. Cost £4, exercise gear recommended. Email Rose Wil- liams: rosethebooks@hotmail.co.uk


YOGA MINDFULNESS Friday (10 - 11.30am) in term time. The classes cover a wide range of accessible yoga postures some clas- sical and some more experimental in order to invite diversity, balance and interest. With Gemma Mallol, a registered Senior Yoga Teacher. Contact gemmamallol@hotmail.com or mobile: 07745 300237. £8 drop in / 5 class card for £35.


Zumba Monday (10 - 11am) in term-time. For beginners upwards. Contact Leanne on 07870 809205 or 01548 580062 for details.


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