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ASPIRING gymnasts will finally be able to hone their talents at a site fit for future Olympians after council planning chiefs gave the green light to convert four industrial units on Wharf Street into a gym and dance studio.
Warrington Gymnastics Club, which already has 300 members and a 250-long waiting list, are now getting ready to move from their current location at Evans House on Norman Street with the work expected to be completed by mid April.
The new facility will also offer dance classes from The Dance Studio Warrington as well as catering for bigger gymnastics classes and creating 25 part-time jobs.
The new venue will include a large gymnasium, changing rooms, office and storage space, toilets and a café and waiting area on the ground floor with a dance studio and viewing gallery and toilets on the first floor.
Head coach Martin Williams said: “At long last Warrington Gymnastics Club will have a facility that will benefit not only the current members, but the community as a whole.
“Already the membership has grown considerably and the club welcomes new members to come and partake in gymnastics under the expert guidance of the coaches.”
Help is also need to help strip and paint the walls at the new facilities and paint donations are also needed. For more information e-mail email@example.com.
GYMNASTS from across the region travelled to Liverpool to compete in the annual grades competition.
Warrington Gymnastics Club had a massive impact on the competition with every gymnast passing their relevant grades.
Ruth Tomlinson, Millie Adamson, Olivia Reynolds and Freya Atkinson competed in the Grade 12 competition.
The girls stood up to the pressure to put out some beautiful work and all pass with flying colours, with Tomlinson achieving a distinction.
On Sunday, some of the youngest competitors competed in the Level 13 and 14 grades.
All the girls competed exceptionally and represented the club to a high level.
Claudia Prescott, Caitlin Collins and Phoebe Shovelton passed their level 14 grade with teammates Kahlan Kan, Megan Smith, Olivia Souther, Leah Collins and Aleesha Collins passing their level 13 grade.
Madison Bailey-Moyes, Beckie Knowles and Katy White competed in the grade 11 category each putting in a grade-passing performance.
Saskia Fishwick, Paige Cridland and Catronia Harrison competed in the grade 10 category.
Harrison’s well-rounded performance gained a pass, while Cridland gained fourth place and a county team spot.
Fishwick’s all-round performance won her the deserved champions spot.
WGC has received more good news on the funding front.
We have been notified that we have also been awarded £48000 from WREN.
This is fantastic news for WGC
Our new facility is on order!!!