ACTIVITIES IN THE VILLAGE HALL
Regular activities are held in the village hall – from January 2023:
- Table Tennis on a Tuesday from 2.30 – 4.30pm
- PureStretch on a Tuesday in the hall or on Zoom at 6.30pm (book with Dawn, 07590 019754)
- FitSteps with Amy on a Wednesday at 5.00pm (on HOLD to book message Amy 07951 066635)
- Table Tennis on a Thursday from 5.00 – 7.00pm
- Harringworth Ladies on the first Wednesday of the month
The club meets in the Village Hall on Tuesdays from 2.30pm to 4.30pm and Thursdays from 5.00pm to 7.00pm, so please come along and have some fun (and gentle exercise) for the small price of £3.00 per person.
PURESTRETCH WITH DAWN
Are you a runner, cyclist, triathlete or someone who is just active? Are feeling less flexible than you used to or getting more injuries. Maybe you’re someone who just feels a little more creaky in the morning than you used to when you get out of bed in the morning.
If you’re answering ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, you need Purestretch to improve both your mobility and flexibility.
What is Purestretch?
Purestretch involves stretch routines, core strengthening exercises and relaxation techniques incorporating aspects of Yoga and Pilates – with a bit of fun thrown in! And yes, it’s suitable for both women and men of all ages.
Where and when will the classes be?
Harringworth Village Hall, Tuesdays at 6:30pm.
How much does it cost?
Classes are £8 per session or £75 for a 10 week block.
How do I book a place?
There will be a maximum of 10 spaces available. To find out more and reserve your space, contact Dawn Revens on 07590 019754 or email email@example.com
Fitsteps with Amy
It is hoped that, from 1 February 2023, a new Fitsteps class will start in the Village Hall on a Wednesday at 5.00pm; it was postponed as we need two or three more people to make it viable! Amy books a six week block at a time.
It’s a great form of exercise for all levels and if you are a fan of Strictly you will love it … please encourage friends or family as it is not exclusive to residents of the village.
Contact Amy Whearity via WhatsApp on 07951 066635 for further details or to express your interest. She has a class at Uppingham Town Hall on a Wednesday at 12.15 if you want a taster!!
The Harringworth Gardening Group is a new but lively and popular group. We share and swap plants, produce and know-how and we get together every now and then for talks or other gatherings.
We have a wide range of interests and everyone is welcome; you can select the aspects you’re interested in, be it vegetable or flower gardening and we welcome both beginners and experienced gardeners. New members are most welcome and you don’t have to live in the village, though most of us do.
Contact Nicola Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Harringworth has an active walking group who meet on Wednesdays and an ambling group. Contact details are given in the following overview.
The Wednesday walks were started by the late John Beardsley in 1992 and have continued uninterrupted since then. It is a loose association of friends who walk and each carries his/her own liability.
The walks are roughly five miles/two hours. They start at 10.20am from the point of departure. Members volunteer to lead. Angela Pollard (email@example.com or phone 01780 720 589) advises by e-mail the leader and the start location. We start from over 30 different villages each year.
For the past couple of years average attendance has been 18 people with a maximum of 30 and a minimum of six. 20 people can mean quite a number of cars at the start point and so most will begin and end at a pub, both for parking convenience and refreshment at the end. There is a voluntary donation of 50p which accumulates for charitable purposes. Each year £800 or so is donated. This was started by John Beardsley in 1999 and over £10,000 has been donated, a fine memorial for a much missed friend.
There is also an ambling group, who walk two to three miles (1-1 1/2 hours. Judith Jenkinson (firstname.lastname@example.org phone 747 516) advises the walks by e-mail. The average numbers walking are 10-12. Parking is less of a problem so start points rarely use pubs but efforts are made to find coffee stops.
Walking in Northamptonshire with John Harris
Use the link below to find all the information you need to get walking in beautiful Northamptonshire:
Northamptonshire walks with Dave Askew
Dave Askew runs a walking group aimed at showing people just how beautiful Northamptonshire is and he attracts lots of single people who don’t feel comfortable walking on their own. More details can be found on his website Northamptonshire Walks.
Harringworth Lunch Club
- Barbara Kedge
01572 747 431 or email email@example.com
- Maggie Hill
01572 747 486 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Harringworth Manor Stables is a fun, friendly, family environment that has been established for 30 years. Situated in the heart of the Welland Valley countryside, the stables are only a short distance from Corby, Stamford, Rutland, Uppingham and Kettering.
With collective experience exceeding 70 years of animal husbandry, riding, teaching and working with horses, Harringworth Manor Stables offers a high quality of teaching from novice to advances levels. Their dedicated and experienced staff ensure that riding is fun, safe and educational. They are fully licensed and insured.
Harringworth Manor Stables Riding School Wakerley Road, Harringworth, Corby NN17 3AH
Telephone: 01572 747 400
A walk around Harringworth & Shotley taking in the stunning views of the local countryside, village and viaduct from the ridge above the village.
Walk length: 3.5 miles
Walking time: 1.5 hours
Difficulty: after the initial ascent and a stile, the walk is gentle. Walkers participate at their own risk.
Click here to download a route map.