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We are a small, friendly netball league comprising of 8 teams who play every Tuesday night (in term time). We play at the Dereham rec opposite the Leisure centre and games start at either 7 or 8pm. We welcome anybody who would like to have a go, maybe you played at school and haven’t played for a while. Come and give us a look.For any other information please contact the secretary on email@example.com
We are dedicated to teaching traditional Shotokan Karate to the very highest standard. Supported and guided by our team of qualified professional instructors, we work to provide a safe environment for our students to grow and achieve their full potential in karate. Most classes are headed by a professional karate instructor (Sensei), many of which are either current or former National and International Champions. We recognise the importance of having a goal and with our syllabus and examination programme, you will be able to go all the way to your black belt.
JayaDance (Bollywood & Bhangra Dance) Jayadance is East Anglia's leading and multi award winning Bollywood & Bhangra dance training company. JayaDance offers public classes which are open to all ages and abilities. No previous experience is necessary, and it’s a great opportunity to dance and make new friends. Come along and experience our Bollywood Beginners dance workshops, within the workshop you will delve into the glamour and fun of the Bollywood cinema whilst also putting your body through its paces. Tina offers Bollywood dance workshops for both children and adults at the Dereham Leisure Centre under our Sway Dance brand.
Trevor Steward Renshi founded the original Dereham Leisure Centre Ju-Jitsu Club in December 2004, and in April 2007, moved the highly successful Ju-Jitsu Club into the new State of the art leisure Centre
Kuk Sool Won is a traditional Korean martial art which can trace its roots back thousands of years. It can be simplified by translating the 3 words: Kuk - meaning national (Korean) / Sool - meaning technique (martial art) / Won - meaning association The art of Kuk Sool is made up of three parts: Sah Doh Moo Sool- Tribal or Family martial arts Bool Doh Moo Sool- Buddhist Temple Martial Arts Koong Joong Moo Sool- Korean Royal Court Martial Arts The three branches of traditional Korean martial arts were organized to form a single system, Kuk Sool Won in 1958 by In Hyuk Suh. Kuk Sool Won began spreading out of Korea in 1973 where it was established in the USA. In 1974 Grandmaster In Hyuk Suh emigrated to the USA and in 1975 the World Kuk Sool Association (WKSA) was established. Also in the same year Kuk Sool Won schools were established in Canada and Great Britain. The organization now boasts 1.3 million members with over 800 schools in 27 countries. As a martial art system, Kuk Sool Won covers the entire spectrum of Asian fighting arts and body conditioning as well as mental development and traditional weapons training.
The NJBBA currently undertakes coaching and development sessions at Dereham Leisure Centre. The Basket Ball development squads provide an opportunity for young players to enhance their personal skills and knowledge of the game.Teams to represent Norfolk at the East Region Inter County Tournaments are selected from within these squads.
The Dereham Otters Swimming Club caters for swimmers of all ages and ability, starting with Novices through to the Performance Squad. Weekly training sessions are provided both at the Dereham Leisure Centre Swimming Pool and the Swanton Morley School Pool, with progressive teaching leading through ultimately to squad training and competition. Various levels of competition are catered for and training tailored to suit, from in-house fun gala's to county and regional competition.