Devon’s favourite multi-award-winning holiday park, Cofton Country Holidays near Dawlish Warren, is celebrating the opening of its brand new on-site fitness studio with a host of special offers and a range of new classes to help locals get lean in 2016.
Following two months of work and an investment of over £20,000 in the new fitness studio, Cofton is all set to welcome guests to a variety of classes for all abilities including spinning, high intensity interval training, Zumba, pilates, yoga, thighs, bums and tums, and kettlebells.
Proposals for a safe cycle link between Dawlish Warren and Dawlish town centre has been approved.
Councillors at Devon County Council’s Cabinet Meeting on Wednesday, December 9, backed a scheme which will extend the Exe Estuary walking and cycling route from Dawlish Warren towards Dawlish Town Centre.
The scheme, which has an estimated cost of £621,485, is one of several which, when combined, will eventually link Dawlish Warren to Dawlish Town Centre.
Once completed it will create a shared use footway/cycle route on the south western side of Exeter Road.
Devon’s favourite multi-award-winning holiday park, Cofton Country Holidays near Starcross and Dawlish, is readying itself for the much anticipated reopening of its heated indoor Ashburn Springs Pool on Saturday 19th December.
Following over a month of renovations undertaken in readiness for the busy Christmas school holidays, the family friendly pool, steam room, sauna, soft play area and Amelia’s Café will be reopened by no less than Santa himself, who will be giving away free children’s presents from 11am-4pm on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th.
More than thirty people participated in the Devon Churches’ Green Action pilgrimage on 5th December to draw attention to the Paris Climate Summit, and to make connections between global climate impacts and with local vulnerability in the lower Exe Valley.
The Devon and Cornwall Rail Partnership organised a successful sponsored walk on Saturday 10th October to celebrate the reopening of the sea wall for walkers and raise around £1,000 for good causes in Teignmouth and Dawlish.
Teignmouth and Dawlish Ramblers led the 40 walkers who included local councillors, Dawlish and Teignmouth Walk this Way, the Friends of Dawlish and Teignmouth Stations, Dawlish Solidarity for Refugees and a representative of Network Rail’s ‘Orange Army’.
Teignbridge leisure centres are encouraging a healthy lifestyle by joining in with National Fitness Day on Wednesday 9 September.
Newton Abbot Leisure Centre, Broadmeadow Sports Centre and Dawlish Leisure Centre are providing free swims, gym sessions and other events for everyone as part of National Fitness Day.
People across the country will be given access to gyms, health clubs, leisure centres and park sessions throughout the UK in what is being billed as the country’s largest celebration of physical activity.