As well as holding our own events and workshops, The Spring is home to some vibrant, creative local businesses who hire rooms for their activities. For details and bookings, please use the contacts provided.
Relax, unwind and strengthen your body. Pilates helps to strengthen and tone muscles, improve posture, balance and flexibility and helps you have a longer, leaner and stronger body.
Wednesdays, 11.30am - 12.30pm
26 February – 1 April
22 April - 20 May
3 June - 22 July
If you want to see how Pilates can help you feel better by creating a longer, leaner and stronger body – join us for a new class starting Wednesday 15 January, 1 – 2pm, ideally suited for people new to pilates – all equipment is provided
Wednesdays, 1pm - 2pm
15 January - 12 February
Numbers are limited to enable individual attention
All equipment (mats etc) is provided
Gillian trained with the Body Control Pilates Academy and has been teaching for over 15 years
For more information, please contact Gillian on 07831 526531 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rock School is a place where you can meet people with similar interests and musicians of all calibres. It is a laid back, chilled environment where everyone is welcome. Learn to play a new instrument, write songs and lay down tracks in the studio. Rockschool is run by Music Fusion, a charity delivering music projects in Havant and the surrounding region.
Ages 10 - 19
For more information please email email@example.com
Saturday 29 February, 2pm
It's The Only Wish I've Got
Looking at the role of the National Trust in safeguarding ‘The Firs’, Elgar’s birthplace at Broadheath. One of Elgar’s last wishes was that the little cottage would be preserved for the nation and he wrote to a friend; ‘It’s the only wish I’ve got…’ Joe Tierney, a member of staff, will discuss the role of the Trust in caring for ‘The Firs’ collection and engaging with the public and the wider community.
Saturday 18 April, 2pm
Adrian Brown returns to us after his insightful look at ‘The Spirit of England’ in 2018. Adrian presents a portrait of his conducting mentor, Sir Adrian Boult. Boult was, of course, a first-class Elgar conductor, but he also championed much other music, including works that were considered ‘difficult’ and ‘modern’. Adrian will provide many fascinating insights into Boult’s musical philosophy, technique and working relationships.
For further information, please contact Mrs. Wendy Wiseman, Branch Secretary on 01590 626516 or email firstname.lastname@example.org