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Brussels Sprouts: The powerhouse of vegetables

Love them or hate them, Brussels sprouts are a powerhouse of nutritional value and health benefits. Getting these into your diet over the Christmas period will be an easy way to help yourself and the health conscious family members stay on track without worry. Close enough to 100 studies have been published regarding Brussels sprouts and nearly half of them are studies on health benefits. … Continue reading Brussels Sprouts: The powerhouse of vegetables

Rochdale Hornets Back Onside, starts January!

Back Onside is an initiative run by Rochdale Hornets RFLC, that will help men get back into exercise and to improve the health of men who have fallen away from sports and exercise, as well as helping to foster an environment that promotes positive mental health. Back Onside is primarily aimed at men aged between 35 and 64 but fixtures are open to all ages, and … Continue reading Rochdale Hornets Back Onside, starts January!

Christmas Opening Hours

CHRISTMAS PARTY: To allow our team to attend our company Christmas Party there will be a slight amendment to opening times on the below dates. Saturday 15th December 8:00AM – 4:00PM Sunday 16th December 12:00PM – 5:00PM CHRISTMAS OPENING: Monday 24th December Closed Tuesday 25th December  Closed Wednesday 26th December Closed Thursday 27th December 9:00AM – 5:00PM Friday 28th December 9:00AM – 5:00PM Saturday 29th … Continue reading Christmas Opening Hours

Aquabears swimmers selected to represent the North West

Aquabears swimmers Lucy Cannavan and Amarai Hoque have been selected to swim for next year’s English Schools Inter-Divisional Championships held at Crawley Pool in March. Aquabears Swimming Club was formed in 1979 in response to the need for high level competitive club and as a local centre of excellence in Rochdale.  The club has had many successful years with a number of their swimmers achieving … Continue reading Aquabears swimmers selected to represent the North West

6 reasons why your child should learn to swim

A report in 2017 revealed that 1 in 3 children aged 7-11 years old are unable to swim a minimum of 25 metres unaided, meaning they are potentially unsafe in and around water through risk of drowning.   In addition, researched carried out for the Swimming Teachers Association (STA) found 25% of parents admitted they don’t like the water themselves or can’t swim, over 75% of … Continue reading 6 reasons why your child should learn to swim

Tips for swimming with your baby

Taking your baby swimming can be great fun for you and your little one, but for a lot of new mums it can be daunting.  There’s a lot to think about and plan before you get anywhere near the water. From what you need to bring with you, to keeping your little one safe in the water and the logistics of getting changed.  We’ve put … Continue reading Tips for swimming with your baby