Term Dates & Classes: Farnham Leisure Centre

Sep - Dec 2019

Saturday Classes

Tiny tumblers Start Time:
8.45am – 9.30am
3.5 - 6 years

Gyminis Start Time:
9.30am - 10.25am
7 - 9 years

Intermediates Start Time:
10.30am – 12.00 noon
10+ years

1Sep 14
2Sep 21
3Sep 28
4Oct 05
5Oct 12
6Oct 19
7Oct 26
8Nov 02
9Nov 09
10Nov 16
11Nov 23
12Nov 30
13Dec 07

Monday Classes

Tiny Tumblers Start Time:
3:45pm - 4:30pm
3.5 to 6 years
Intermediates Start Time:
4:35pm - 5:30pm
7 years+
1Sep 09
2Sep 16
3Sep 23
4Sep 30
5Oct 07
6Oct 14
7Oct 21
8Oct 28
9Nov 04
10Nov 11
11Nov 18
12Nov 25
13Dec 02

Wednesday Classes

Tumbletastic Start Time:
4:00pm - 5:30pm
5+ years
1Sep 11
2Sep 18
3Sep 25
4Oct 02
5Oct 09
6Oct 16
7Oct 23
8Oct 30
9Nov 06
10Nov 13
11Nov 20
12Nov 27
13Dec 04

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