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HEADS UP EVERYONE! NEWS OF HALF TERM HOLIDAY FUN AND OUR TIMETABLE FROM 31-10-22. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Updated: 3 days ago




Here's our new timetable for your reference for after the half term holidays. Please note that having listened to you all, we have added the following new sessions, and altered some of our existing ones, for both kids and adults from 31 October 2022:-

  1. Mon 1-3pm Out of School Kids Circus led by Rosi Jolly

  2. Mon 6-9pm Equilibristics and Object Manipulation (inclusive of Unicycling, Juggling, Spinning, Tightrope and Stilts) - Led by Dan Elphinstone and Ross Wheeler.

  3. Tues 4-6pm Trampolining for youngsters 12 yrs and upward and adults - Led by Patrick Hengs

  4. Wed 3.30-4.30pm an additional Circo Neuro session led by Ross Wheeler.

  5. Wed 4.30-5.30pm an additional after school session (to supplement Naomi's Monday and Thursday after school sessions), for youngsters aged 8-14 yrs.

  6. Thurs 10-11.30am Circo Micro - A get together for parents with small children, led by Ross Wheeler.



Over the half term holiday period we will be running sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday for youngsters aged 6-16 yrs between 3-5pm, these sessions are now live to book on our website, and the usual concessions are available. The Tuesday session will include Trampolining coaching from Patrick, both days covering air and ground circus skills of all kinds other than that.

Of course all of our adult/evening provisions remain ongoing throughout the half term holiday, with the exception of Lisa's Hula Hoop Class, she returns the following week.


HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYBODY!


WATCH THIS SPACE FOR NEWS OF OUR XMAS HOLIDAY KIDS SESSIONS AND NEWS OF OUR STUDENT GALA SHOWCASE AT THE ACORN THEATRE 17-12-22.


Also keep your eyes out for some of our circus pro's at Portreath and Newquay this weekend and next. With free fire and glow shows at Greenfield Gardens in Portreath this weekend, (in Millenium hall if the weather is bad), and stilts, fire and juggling crew at Newquay's 'Zombie Crawl' as part of 'Spooky Newquay'.

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