Delivered to Shire Hall …
From a line dance devotee
A large group of movers and shakers meet to dance away a few hours and have a fun energetic time doing it in one of the few remaining suitable locations in the County. This is time well spent keeping fit mentally and physically … read more
Image © Ramesh Pooran
Saturday night last week, a Food not Bombs event with a Lantern Festival workshop in progress!
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A note from Picton
We have a group of Tai Chi practitioners who use the town hall three times a week all year round. The participants vary in age from 45 to 70+ years and the average attendance runs around 12-16. Several of the group have been informed by their doctors to use Tai Chi to assist in improving their health. Approximately 6 to 8 people attend more than one of the classes. If this facility was taken away, I would expect council would provide an alternative venue in order that these people could continue to improve their health.
Read the User Profile for Tai-Chi here
Our new page about the community groups who use the Picton Town Hall space has been updated to add new user profiles.
If you are a member of a user group that meets at Picton Town Hall (the old Fire Hall), let us know the who, what, when, etc.
If the space is lost, what’s your plan?
Coming soon – a new section of the site about the various groups that use space.
First profile posted is for the Scottish Country Dancers
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