Early birds can make the most of a new start time for a free exercise session in Dudley Council parks as part of the Park Active programme.
From this weekend, visitors to Grange Park in Dudley can attend a Sunday morning rather than an afternoon session, with the class time changing from 2pm to 9am. It’s suitable for all ages and families are welcome.
The single 45 minute session is part of the wider Dudley Council-run Park Active Programme which takes place at five parks across the borough every weekend and are suitable for all ages and abilities. The free activities run at Stevens Park in Wollescote, Buffery Park in Kates Hill, Abbey Street in Gornal, Stevens Park in Quarry Bank and Grange Park in Dudley.
A full programme of the sessions is available at www.lets-get.com/explore/healthy-hubs/park-active and places can be booked via the TGO activate app from the app store. The app can be used to log and track workout details, connect with others in the community, find other activity sessions happening in the area, or to locate the nearest TGO outdoor gym sites.
No additional equipment is required, just suitable clothing and footwear. Participants are advised to bring a drink.
The project is a partnership between TGO, Halesowen College and the Local Friends of Parks groups and supported by Dudley Council.
People who would like to find out more about the training can email firstname.lastname@example.org