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Club update: Temporary venue on the horizon for all groups

Dear parents, families and all supporters of Honiton Gymnastics Club, We are on the verge of (hopefully) securing a temporary lease for Honiton Gymnastics Club to operate from the former Carpetright store on Heath Retail Park in Honiton.   It’s not as big as our previous venue, but with some tweaks to our previous layout […]

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Social enterprise status confirmed for club

Honiton Gymnastics Club incorporated as a Community Interest Company Honiton Gymnastics Club received confirmation this week that it has been certified by Companies House as a Community Interest Company. Despite always existing for the benefit of young people and adults in the community, the move means that Honiton Gymnastics Club is now fully incorporated and has an official ‘asset lock’ in […]

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Honiton gymnasts make impression at first competition of the year

15 gymnasts represent club at Bristol Invitational, bringing home two medals 15 gymnasts from Honiton Gymnastics Club performed at one of the highest-level grades competitions in the country at the weekend, at Yate international Gymnastics Centre, turning in credible performances.   The gymnasts flying the flag for Honiton –all competing at Grade 4 level—included representatives from […]

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Helen (middle right) with some of her Honiton coaching team at a recent competition

Honiton’s Helen shortlisted for Devon Sports Coach of the Year

Honiton Gymnastics Club high-performance coach Helen Reddy has been shortlisted for the Coach of the Year Award in the Devon Sports Awards 2017. The Level 5 gymnastics coach, who has been involved in the sport for more than 30 years, will now attend a glittering awards ceremony at Sandy Park in June.   Helen has […]

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Businesses help Honiton Gymnastics Club develop community facility

Members of the business community in Honiton have pitched in to help Honiton Gymnastics Club develop its facilities since moving into its own premises nine months ago. When the club moved out of Honiton Leisure Centre and into the old Rainbow store on Ottery Moor Lane last August there was a huge amount of work […]

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Honiton gymnasts take top spots in novice championships

It was the turn of Honiton Gymnastics Club’s stars of the future to display their prowess recently, as 52 gymnasts competed at the South West Club Development Championships in Sherborne, Dorset. The results included two golds, a silver and three bronze medals. Taking top honours were Grade 2 Group Daisy Spiller, Abigail Wilson & Libby […]

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19 Medals and two national finalists for Honiton Gymnastics Club

Gymnasts show strength-in-depth at South West Prelims One after the other Honiton gymnasts stepped onto the podium to collect honours at the weekend, as 19 partnerships medaled at the annual South West Prelims competition. The competition was held at King Edmund International Gymnastics Centre in Yate, near Bristol. Among the medalists were four Honiton gold […]

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New T-shirt for Rec and Gym-Crazy Kids now available

New for 2017, we now have T-shirts specifically for Gym-Crazy Kids and recreational gymnasts. Cost is £7 and sizes start at age 3. Please visit this page to download the order form: http://honitongymclub.org/get-the-kit/.  

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Honiton hosts UK’s biggest inter-club competition

Honiton was the setting for the biggest inter-club competition in the UK at the weekend, hosting 425 gymnasts from 17 nationwide clubs. The Honiton Invitational Competition, which has grown in size and reputation since its first year in 2010, included clubs from as far north as Wakefield in Yorkshire and Abbey Road in North Wales, […]

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Three Honiton gymnasts make it into national school for circus arts

More than 10 years on gymnastics training for up to 15 hours per week. That’s been the demanding schedule that has helped three Honiton gymnasts take the next step in their dream of performing for a living. 18-year olds Adam Fullick and Kaisha-Dessalines Wright and 19-year-old Valentine Tutcher were among the successful 24 – from […]

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