- July 16, 2017
- 12:00 am
My Journey organised two more FREE cycling courses at St.James’ Park for young children aged 3 years and up.
To help celebrate World Tai Chi Day, everyone was invited to a Tai Chi FREE taster session at St.James’ Park.
As part of the ParkLives Healthy Living initiative, Active Nation! organised FREE weekly Boxercise sessions at St.James’ Park, combining exercise and boxing using gloves and pads, with a fully trained instructor, starting from Thursday 27th April.
My Journey organised another FREE cycling course at St.James’ Park for young children aged 3 years and up.
Shirley Local History Group – Visit to Bursledon Brickworks The Shirley Local History Group organised a group tour of the Bursledon Brickworks.
Following the success of two earlier such courses from January to March 2017, Active Nation! organised another FREE 10‑week beginner’s course in running, starting from Wednesday 5th April, in St.James’ Park.
The Shirley Local History Group organised a “behind the scenes” group tour of theHampshire Archives in Winchester.
As part of the ParkLives Healthy Living initiative, Active Nation! organised a FREE Boot Camp fun workout session at St.James’ Park.
“Twenty Million Bricks: The History of Bursledon Brickworks”
Speaker: Carolyne Haynes PhD (Project Manager, Bursledon Brickworks)
Shirley Local History Group – Autumn 2016 Public History Talk #2 “French Nick, Mrs Read the Saracen & Mr Holmes’s Blackamoor – Strangers, Foreigners & Aliens in Tudor Southampton” Speaker: Dr Cheryl Butler
FoSJP organised a fully‑accredited one‑day First Aid Course, leading to a 3‑year certificate, at the ParkLife Community Room on Wednesday 19th October.
Shirley Local History Group – Autumn 2016 Public History Talk #1 “The Shirley Asylum and the Barlow & Ellyett Homes” Speaker: Madge Heath (FoSJP History Research Group) Madge shared the intriguing story which she has uncovered from her research into the Barlow & Ellyett Homes in Church Street, near St.James’ Park.