We are looking to enhance our aquatics teams by recruiting exceptional individuals to provide a safe environment and deliver excellent customer service experience that exceeds expectations.
See the Jobs page for full details
Swimming Instructors (ASA Level 2 qualified – £15.63 per hour)
Lifeguards (above National Minimum Wage according to age)
The closing date is 3rd May 2019, with interviews following week
SSE Wildcats is an all girl initiative for 5-8 year olds to try football for the first time, make friends and most importantly – have fun!
Our sessions will take place on a weekly basis, after school Monday 4:30 pm – 5:00 pm, and provide a safe environment for parents, guardians and children.
Sessions start Monday 29th April
Participants can sign up on the online registration Link: http://www.thefa.com/womens-girls…/get-involved/sse-wildcats
Cost is £2 per session (payable to the coach at the beginning of each session)
Please pass on to other parents and guardians
Contact Lee on 0114 2883792 to book
WALKING FOR PURPOSE
Would you like to join “Walking For Purpose” on a gentle walk whilst gaining skills employers want, receive help into training and enjoy being active with a real purpose? Then join in with “Walking For Purpose”
Day: Fridays at 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm
From 26th April 2019 – 28th June 2019
Meet at Christchurch Community Hall, Manchester Road, Stocksbridge, S36 1DY from 12:15 pm
To book your place place contact 0114 273 4266
This programme will be delivered in partnership with Stocksbridge Community Leisure Centre
Stocksbridge Community Leisure Centre was awarded the Duke of York Community Initiative Award in recognition of its valuable contribution and work in the community.
Six years of hard work and dedication by volunteers, staff and trustees were officially recognised by HRH Prince Andrew at the Infantry Training Centre, Vimy Lines Catterick Garrison on 3rd April.
The centre were represented at the awards ceremony by Sandra White (Trustee), Sue Howson (Volunteer), Alison Brelsford (Staff) and Chief Executive, Andy Clarke.
Receiving the award, Andy Clarke said,
“Prince Andrew was very impressed by the amount of volunteer support at the Centre, and that it was so successful under local community management. It was a very proud moment for us all to receive such praise and recognition of all the effort of everyone involved.”