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  1. Fancy starting next week with a FREE Body Pump class?

    The Copley Centre will be hosting a FREE Body Pump class on Monday 28th July from 10.30am-11.30am! Call The Copley Centre on 0161 303 8118 to book a place or book online: www.activetameside.com 

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    Tuesday, 22/07/2014 0 notes
  2. Sporting heroes’ time to shine

    THE countdown has started for Tameside’s sports fans to nominate their top coaches, teammates, volunteers and unsung heroes.

    Nominations for Tameside Sports Trust’s annual sports awards need to be submitted by the end of July and organisers are expecting nominations to hit the 100 mark.

    The Annual Pride of Tameside Sports Awards has seven categories and the winners of the borough’s sports awards will go forward to represent Tameside at the Greater Manchester Sports Awards which will be held in November.

    More than 30 sports were represented in last year’s Tameside nominations, including ten-pin bowling, triathlon and football.

    One of the 2013 Tameside winners, Georgia Taylor-Brown, a 19-year-old champion triathlete, went on to win the Greater Manchester Sports Achiever of the Year award.

    The seven categories for which people and clubs can be nominated are: coach of the year; sports achieve of the year; disabled sports achiever of the year; the Alex Williams volunteer of the year; unsung hero of the year; club of the year and the changing lifestyle special recognition award.

    Tamesiders have until July 31, 2014 to submit their nominations. Short-lists will be drawn up and those nominated on the short-list will be invited to the awards ceremony on September 12 at the Jubilee Hall in Dukinfield.

    Nomination forms can be downloaded from the Pride of Tameside website. http://www.prideoftameside.co.uk/2014/sports/

    Andy Dwyer, a service manager at Tameside Sports Trust who runs the awards scheme, said: “There are plenty of awards for professional sports people, coaches, backroom staff and administrators but it’s the people who play, train, coach and volunteer at grass roots level that deserve recognition.

    “It’s the passion, determination and dedication of people like those involved in sport in Tameside that generates the national sporting heroes of tomorrow. Georgia Taylor, last year’s winner is a great example of a young athlete who’s trained and coached locally and now performing on national and international sporting stages.”

    Tuesday, 22/07/2014 0 notes
  3. Active Tameside Relaunch Event – Free classes and tasters from 10am, Monday 28th July at The Copley Centre

    Come and help us celebrate our exciting new Active Tameside relaunch with a free-to-attend local event at The Copley Centre, Huddersfield Road in Stalybridge on Monday 28th July from 10am.

    As well as presentations and photo shoots alongside some of the community’s most successful athletes, there will be free NHS community health checks for 40-47 year olds, the chance to try a free body pump class from 10.30am and football training tasters with Manchester City in the Community. Call the Copley Centre on 0161 303 8118 to reserve a place on Body Pump!

    Monday, 21/07/2014 0 notes
  4. Take a fresh look at what Active Tameside has to offer…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uUaEeE5NOE&feature=autoshare

    Thursday, 17/07/2014 0 notes
  5. Synrgy 360 arrives at Oxford Park!

    Synrgy360™ is being installed today in preparation for the centre launch at the end of next week! This innovative and amazingly effective fitness system combines various total body, dynamic exercises into a single facility. Synrgy360™ enables our personal trainers and instructors to train groups of people, providing you with masses of different exercise methods, working a wide array of muscle groups.

    Tuesday, 15/07/2014 0 notes
  6. TAMESIDE SPORTS TRUST TO UNDERGO MAKEOVER

    Tameside Sports Trust - the not for profit charity - which operates Tameside Council’s leisure facilities is to undergo a makeover in which it will be rebranded “Active Tameside”. The rebrand will include updated activity programming, refurbishments, new uniforms, a new website, social media platforms and signage - all repackaged as “Active Tameside”. It is hoped that this rebrand will help towards increasing and sustaining physical activity levels in the Tameside area, which last year was branded the “UK’s heart disease capital” by The British Heart Foundation.

    Lyndsey Whiteside, Service Director at Tameside Sports Trust said, “The aim of the relaunch and rebranding of our facilities is to bring all our services under one umbrella. This will help with communication and make it easier for the people of Tameside to access and understand all the facilities and activities we have on offer. 

    Overall, we hope that this will increase the chances of delivering an uplift in physical activity levels in the borough overall.”

    Manchester-based Toast PR have been brought in to communicate the launch regionally and nationally.

    The new brand, Active Tameside will encompass Ashton Pools, The Copley Centre, Hyde Leisure Pool, Medlock Leisure Centre, Denton Pools, Dukinfield Pool, Oxford Park Community Sports Centre, Ken Ward Sports Centre and the Etherow Bowling & Activity Centre.

    The official Active Tameside launch event will take place at The Copley Centre in Stalybridge from 10am on Monday 28th July and is free to attend and will include free taster events, health checks, a family fun area and a photoshoot with some of the area’s most prolific young sporting heroes.

    Thursday, 10/07/2014 0 notes
  7. Is your child’s school striking this Thursday? Don’t worry we have plenty for the children to do!

    If you’re off too, why not enjoy a family fun swim at Hyde Leisure Pool from 1.00pm - 8.00pm or if you’re struggling for childcare, Medlock Leisure Centre are running an Active Club Camp from 8.30am - 5.30pm for children age 6 to 13 years. Hurry, places for Active Club Camp are limited please call Medlock Leisure Centre on 0161 370 3070 to secure a place.

    Wednesday, 9/07/2014 0 notes
  8. Manchester City’s Game Frame comes to Tameside

    FOOTIE-MAD youngsters in Droylsden have the chance to try out a new, free football skills centre which was launched by Manchester City’s Pablo Zabaleta and Alvaro Negredo next week.

    They can have a go at Manchester City’s latest football skills coaching pod designed to help youngsters learn the skills and fancy footwork currently on show at the World Cup in Brazil.

    The hi-tech Game Frame was launched by City in the Community in May and was given a full work-out by City stars Zabaleta, Negredo, Fernandinho and Martin Demichelis,

    And it’ll be at the Medlock Sports Centre from Monday, July 7 to Wednesday, July 9.

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    Wednesday, 9/07/2014 0 notes
  9. Are you interested in becoming a trained pool lifeguard?

    National Pool Lifeguarding Course including De-fib training and Emergency First Aid at Work commencing Saturday 12th July - Friday 18th July at Dukinfield Pool.

    Pre-assessment will take place Tuesday 8th July at 5.45pm

    Course cost including all materials - £215


    On completion of the course we do not guarantee employment, but gaining the NPL qualification allows candidates to apply for any positions we have available.

    Required by health and safety and industry regulations all candidates are required to attend monthly ongoing training, this is available through us at no extra cost.

    Please contact Karen Hill via email; karen.hill@tamesidesportstrust.com or call 07739718919 for further information or to apply. Places are limited.

    Friday, 27/06/2014 0 notes
  10. Local search for sports personalities of the year!

    The search is on for Tameside’s sports personalities of the year.

    Tameside Sports Trust launches its annual sports awards on Monday, March 3 and is looking for Tameside’s top sports performers.

    The Annual Pride of Tameside Sports Awards has seven categories and Tameside Sports Trust are hoping that last year’s figure of more than 100 nominations will be beaten.

    The winners of the borough’s sports awards will go forward to represent Tameside at the Greater Manchester Sports Awards which will be held in November.

    More than 30 sports were represented in last year’s Tameside nominations, ranging from fencing and ten-pin bowling to triathlon and football.

    And one of the 2013 Tameside winners, Georgia Taylor-Brown, a 19-year-old champion triathlete, went on to win the Greater Manchester Sports Achiever of the Year.

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    The seven categories for which people and clubs can be nominated are: coach of the year; sports achieve of the year; disabled sports achiever of the year; the Alex Williams volunteer of the year; unsung hero of the year; club of the year and the changing lifestyle special recognition award.

    Tamesiders have until July 31, 2014 to submit their nominations. Short-lists will be drawn up and those nominated on the short-list will be invited to the awards ceremony on September 12th at Dukinfield Town Hall

    Andy Dwyer, a service manager at Tameside Sports Trust who runs the awards scheme, said: “The Tameside Sports Awards mirror the BBC’s sports personality of the year awards. We’re looking for sportsmen and women, officials, coaches and clubs who excel in their field, if you are involved in coaching, volunteering, playing, officiating or being part of the back-room team that runs a sports club we want to hear from you.

    And he added: “There are hundreds of Tameside sports people that have given their time and commitment to sport and these awards are a way in which that dedication can be recognised and congratulated to celebrate the sporting community of Tameside.”

    To find out more and to submit a nomination, go to www.tamesidesportstrust.com/sport.asp

    Friday, 27/06/2014 0 notes
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