Health And Fitness
Contact Retford Leisure Centre, Old Hall Drive, Retford, Notts,
Phone: 01777 706500
The new Retford Leisure Centre which opened in January 2008 is located in a medium sized town in North Nottinghamshire. It has good links with both the A1 and M1 which allows easy access.
- 25 metre Swimming Pool
- 12 metre Training Pool
- Fitness Suite
- Aerobic Studio
- Conference Room
- Steam Room
- Viewing balcony
- Vending Area
- Monday 8.15am to 9am - Aqua Fit
- Tuesday 12.45pm to 1.30pm - Chair Based Exercise Class
- Tuesday 1.30pm to 2.30pm - Tai-Chi
- Wednesday 2pm to 3pm - Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Class
- Thursday 1.30pm to 3pm - Yoga
- Friday 12.45pm to 1.30pm - Chair Based Exercise
Phone: 01909 533480
Ends: Saturday 11/09/2004
Most people would agree that physical activity is good for you; however, the majority of us don't do enough to improve our health and some of us don't do anything at all.
Available through your GP or Healthcare Professional, this programme aims to provide you with the support and advice you need to exercise safely and appropriately. You will learn new skills such as how to listen to your body and exercise at a pace which is comfortable for your condition.
Staying Well - Expert Patients Programme
Staying Well' Programme, Retford Action Centre, Canal Street, Retford, Nottinghamshire,
Contact Staying Well' Programme, Retford Action Centre, Canal Street, Retford, Nottinghamshire,
Phone: 01777 709650
WHAT IS THE STAYING WELL EXPERT PATIENTS PROGRAMME?
The Staying Well Expert Patients Programme (EPP) is a ‘chronic disease self-management course’ (CDSMC), a new government initiative to help people living with long term conditions maintain their health and improve their quality of life through a self management course led by someone else with a long term health condition.
Self management programmes have been running in the USA since the 1970s and came to this country in 1994. Over this time a substantial body of clinical research and experiential feedback has built up testifying to its efficiency.
The primary aim is not to impart medical information but to facilitate the development of self management skills, such as problem solving and goal setting.
The course has been designed to help people with a chronic or long-term illness regain as much control over their physical and emotional well-being as possible. It complements existing health care programmes and treatments, empowering participants to be more informed and better able to develop partnerships with their medical practitioners.
WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT THE STAYING WELL EXPERT PATIENTS PROGRAMME?
It is a generic, time-limited course, suitable for people who have any long-term health condition. For example: Arthritis, Heart Disease, Stroke, Depression, MS, Epilepsy, ME, Schizophrenia, Fibromyalagia, Diabetes, HIV, indeed any condition that impacts on a persons life. The Tutors are themselves living with long-term conditions.
Tutors use a detailed, scripted manual, underpinned by ongoing research. There is a strong emphasis on participants setting practical and achievable action plans that are evaluated weekly.
The course is informal but structured allowing an equal amount of time for discussion and information. It is held in a community rather than health venue.
What does the Course involve?
The course consists of one 2½ hour session once a week for six weeks, the maximum number of participants on each course is 16 plus two tutors who also live with a long-term condition.
The areas covered include:
Goal setting/action planning
Symptom management techniques
Dealing with emotions
Living wills/power of attorney
The course is interative, informal and friendly.
Research shows that people who have attended the course:
Have greater confidence in dealing with their illness, experience less pain, fatigue, depression and anxiety. They are more likely to continue with exercise and relaxation techniques; make fewer visits to their GP and have better communication with health professionals.
Why does the course work so well?
Because individuals with different conditions share many of the same problems, no matter what illness individuals live with it is often the consequences of that illness that are more problematic than the condition itself. When you can’t do what you used to be able to and your family and friends don’t understand, anger, frustration, loss of job or mobility, depression and pain can so easily become a cycle of despair.
Feedback from participants countrywide has been excellent and although this is something very new for the NHS it is something people want.
Yes, the course is structured but there is time for short discussions to help us learn from each other and gain support and encouragement.
Courses are available throughout Bassetlaw please contact us for more details.
Tuxford Family Fitness Sessions
Main Sports Hall, Tuxford Comprehensive School, Marnham Road, Tuxford, Newark, Notts,
Contact Main Sports Hall, Tuxford Comprehensive School, Marnham Road, Tuxford, Newark, Notts,
Phone: 07980 919648
The Tuxford Family Fitness Sessions offer the opportunity for families to exercise together. Come along and take part in the beginner and intermediate fitness sessions and take advantage of the free multi sports sessions for the children.
Sessions take place on Mondays (term time only) from 6pm to 7pm. Cost is 3.50 per adult and children attend for free.
Please note: Children exercising must be accompanied by an adult participating in the fitness class.
Contact Faraday Avenue Tuxford Newark
Phone: 01777 870 203
See our website for other information:
Weight Watchers Customer Service Millennium House Ludlow Road Maidenhead Berkshire
Contact Weight Watchers Customer Service Millennium House Ludlow Road Maidenhead Berkshire
Phone: 0345 345 1500 General Enquiries
For meeting times and venues click here https://www.weightwatchers.com/uk/find-a-meeting/
To help suppress the spread of the Covid19 virus, we have released guidance on how to safely restart walks. Some activities still remain suspended – including training, social activities and other meetings. These activities have stopped until further notice, subject to further developments.
Pushabout buggy walks are aimed at any parent or carer of babies/toddlers wanting to become more active, meet new people and enjoy clumber park.
The walks are designed to increase energy levels, improve cardiovascular fitness and help you get out into the fresh air.
The walks are over terrain suitable for buggies/pushchairs and last approximately one hour.Walks are on Wednesdays, meet at the clock tower (near main facilities).
Check the website for walk near you and their contact details.
Contact Babworth road Retford, Nottinghamshire
Phone: 01777 707 887
We meet every Wednesday for informal Basketball playing. From September to April we play in the Doncaster Central Venue League.
Retford Oak School, male and female adults only.
Contact Valley Playing Fields Valley Road Worksop
Phone: 01909 478838
Worksop Boys and Girls Football Club is a Football Association Community Status Club offering competitive football to local boys and girls from 6 - 18 years. The club has been running for 60 years and is well organised with qualified coaches who are CRB checked for all teams.
Tuesdays & Thursdays
FUN SCHOOL - Saturdays
9:30-10:30am BOYS & GIRLS AGED 7-12
10:30-11:30am BOYS & GIRLS AGED 3-6
Worksop Town Football Club
Worksop Town FC Windsor Food Service Stadium Babbage Way Sandy Lane Worksop,
Contact Worksop Town FC Windsor Food Service Stadium Babbage Way Sandy Lane Worksop,
Phone: 07952 365224- General enquiries
Males and Females adults and children football teams.
Anyone wanting to help on match days get in touch!
Clubhouse available for hire- contact Zoe on 07484 797289
Phone: 07836 561 943
The new 2020/21 Yorkshire Hockey Season gets underway on Saturday 26th September.
Please contact the club for further details.
Find us on Facebook for the latest updates, post covid news, fees, time tables and events.
UK Tang Soo Do Federation- Worksop Club
Kingston Community Centre Kingston Road Worksop Notts
Contact Kingston Community Centre Kingston Road Worksop Notts
Phone: 01246 241 260
After more than four months in lockdown, I am sure you are looking forward to the gradual easing of the restrictions that have dominated our lives since the end of March. Unfortunately due to Covid-19 most of the TSD official events of 2020 have to be cancelled.
But as we slowly move into or new ‘normal’, it is increasingly clear that coronavirus will still be part of our lives for months to come. We know from speaking to our instructors and members that many of you are concerned about the long-term effects of the pandemic on your family wellbeing, finances, the health of your relatives and the state of the economy.
We will prioritise safety and hygiene in class when we resume training, hopefully in September. Changing facilities remain closed. Please make sure you/your child arrives already in their Tang Soo Do uniform. To maintain social distancing, coaches will no longer be applying tape to earrings that have not been taped over by parents/guardians. If you/your child are not dressed appropriately, they will not be allowed to participate.
In order to protect all coachers, participants and their families, we have the right to refuse entrance to any child and/or member if they are showing signs and symptoms of COVID-19. This includes a high temperature, continuous cough and a loss/change in sense of small or taste.
Both the UKTSDF and the government do not recommend the use of masks.face coverings during sports activities. All forms of face coverings may restrict breathing efficiency and should not be used during exercise except on specific advice from a physician. Tang Soo Do students can wear face masks before and after training if they so wish but masks should not be worn. whilst performing any form of TSD elements, including warm-ups/cool-downs.
Finally, as we emerge from lockdown, I want to take a moment to recognise the selfless work of the NHS and other key workers, who have done so much to keep us all safe.
The martial art of Tang Soo Do is relatively modern. However, its basis, the Korean art of Soo Bahk Do, dates back many centuries.
Tang Soo Do is both a hard and soft style, deriving its hardness in part from Soo Bahk and its soft flowing movements from the northern Chinese system
Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan (a brotherhood and school of stopping inner and outer conflict and developing virtue according to the way of the worthy hand) is not a sport. Though it is not essentially competitive, it has great combat applications. It is a classical martial art, and its purpose is to develop every aspect of the self, in order to create a mature personality who totally integrates his intellect, body, emotions, and spirit. This total integration helps to create a person who is free from inner conflict and who can deal with the outside world in a mature, intelligent, forthright, and virtuous manner.
Contact Worksop Leisure Centre & Worksop College
Phone: 01909 473556/ 07713 545019
COVID19 UPDATE: PLEASE CONTACT IF YOU WISH TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST FOR SWIMMING LESSONS WHICH WILL BE STARTING SOON. USE THE ONLINE FORM.
Worksop Dolphins is a competitive Club and our aim is to produce swimmers who represent Worksop in Nottinghamshire Leagues, County, Regional and National competitions.
Volunteer helpers are always needed in many varieties. The Committee and coaches run the club on a day-to-day basis and the Parents' Association supports the Club by fundraising through the swim shop etc.
Contact Lady Margaret Hall Welbeck Estate Welbeck Worksop
CURRENTLY OPEN BUT WITH RESTRICTIONS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
The Welbeck Tennis club is currently operating under LTA guidlines during COVID19. We are not organising open evenings at present and we ask that all bookings made via the email address below rather than in person. The pavillion is only open for the use of toilets on request.
We provide coaching and skills development, organising and taking part in competitive sport, as well as providing plenty of opportunity to keep active in a social and friendly setting. For us, it's not all about serious training: we love it when our teams win, but we're just as enthusiastic about our groups that simply meet for fun.
Dukeries Academy for Gymnastics and Trampolining, run classes for ages 4+ in a fantastic permanent facility in Worksop. We currently hold many titles including, Gymnastics open age county level 6,5 and 4 champions, Novice champions in 3 age group. Regional finalists in gymnastics and trampolining and reaching the British National Trampoline Championships this year. If you would like to enjoy our two sports for just fitness or fun or progress to competition standard you can join us in a safe and friendly environment with CRB and qualified coaches.
Email: No email address available
Phone: 0300 123 4567
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Contact Chairman Halcyon 8 Sandmartins Gateford
Phone: 01909 488704 / 07853725262
There are three levels of walks each week: a short walk of approximately 45 to 60 minutes; a medium walk of between approximately 60 and 90minutes and a long walk of approximately 90 minutes. In addition an "entry level" walk of approximately 10 to 30 minutes is available, please ring for details.
The walks usually take place on the footpaths, bridleways and some farm tracks to the east of the Golf Club, however we do have a few "away day" walks visiting different sites in the area.
Refreshments are available in the Club House after walks so that we can unwind and put the world to rights.
Regretfully dogs are not allowed on any of our walks except for Assistance Dogs.
Regular coach trips are arranged by some of our leaders, and we have an annual Christmas Lunch.
Contact Longfellow Drive Worksop
Phone: 0115 9773758 or 0300 500 80 80
Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 lockdown all groups at the Children’s Centres are currently suspended. As soon as we can re-open we’ll post our timetable here and let families know via our Facebook page
Information about local services for children, young people and their families including child care and help available to pay for it.
Children’s Centres can offer one to one or group support with:
- the emotional health of you or your child
- playing with your child
- children’s behaviour
- domestic abuse
- children’s development, including listening and communication
- feeding your child
- increasing your confidence and help to get a job
- preparing for a baby
We can give you information about other services, and our groups are a great place to meet other parents and carers with young children. There are also lots of volunteering opportunities - ask at your local Children's Centre or use the contact details below to find out more
Training opportunities for parents/carers delivered by local colleges and other training providers
Tailored packages of support are available if required
Provides a fun, safe place for children to play and develop, a place for families to talk to each other. This could be in the centre, community venue or local toddler group.
A chance for all parents including fathers and young parents to get health and parenting advice and support from midwives, health visitors, family support workers and many more
Quality play and early learning experiences provided by children's workers, childminders, day care settings and schools; all supported by a teacher. This includes funded education for all three and four year olds for 12.5 hours per week.
Links with Job Centre Plus if you are considering new opportunities in employment or training , or need advice on benefits
All services aim to be inclusive for children and parents with additional needs, linking with specialist services and early support.
Opportunities to volunteer and be part of the management, planning and evaluation of children's centres and have a say about local services.
Stay and Play, Monday 9.00-10.30am
Come along to one of our play sessions, with a variety of activities for your children (0 up to 5 years) to enjoy whilst learning and developing important skills.
Under 1s Group, Wednesday 1.30-3.00pm
BABES Breastfeeding Group, Thursday 9.30-11.30am
Come along and meet other breastfeeding and pregnant women, you can also receive support from a trained Breastfeeding Peer Supporter.
Monday 9.00am – 12.00pm
The Children’s Centre can also offer support with:
- Meeting other parents/carers
- Emotional health
- Children’s development
- Children’s behaviour
- Children’s emotional health
- Playing with your child
- Domestic abuse
- Family life
- Preparing for a baby
- Understanding your child
- Feeding your baby/child
- Financial advice and support
- Help to get a job
- Volunteering with us
- Increasing your confidence
- Signposting to other services
- Listening and communications
Parents/carers can request support by speaking to staff at the Children’s Centres or in groups or telephoning
Contact c/o Kilton Forest Golf Course 2 Blyth Road Worksop Notts
Phone: 01909 479199
We’re making our gyms safe for you during Covid
We’ve missed you and we’re looking forward to welcoming you back, so we can continue to support your health and fitness journey.
- Bircotes Leisure Centre - Saturday 25th July
- Retford Leisure Centre - Saturday 25th July
- Worksop Leisure Centre - Saturday 25th July
We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to create a safe environment for you to visit and we’ve made some changes to how we do things. Everyone will have a part to play in keeping our gyms safe, and we’ll be asking you follow a few rules too.
What we are doing to keep you safe
Keeping you safe and healthy is our number one priority. That’s why we’re introducing new cleaning procedures and social distancing measures, which have been guided by the experts at UK Active, the UK government and Public Health England.
Members will be expected to sanitise their hands at reception and additional hand sanitiser units have been positioned at key areas across the sites.
Cleaning and disinfecting
We’ll be sanitising gym equipment throughout the day and giving the entire site a deep clean every night. All staff have had cleaning training and they’ll be using enhanced cleaning processes including a detergent, followed by a disinfectant.
You’ll see new social distancing signs around the gym, including one-way systems where possible. We’re also limiting the number of members in each area, such as the gym floor, studios, swimming pool and changing rooms. And we’ve reduced the amount of equipment and lockers available.
Changes to classes
We’re running smaller classes to keep everyone safe and the classes will be shorter than usual (30–45 mins) to make sure we have enough time to clean the studios. We’re only running certain classes to ensure social distancing – be sure to check our updated timetable.
Limited services and facilities
Our relaxation areas and cafés will have a reduced service. Please see relevant site for specific details.
Protecting you and our teams
We’ve installed plastic shields at our reception desks and we’ll be providing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to our staff if necessary.
How you can keep yourself and others safe
To keep our gyms as safe and clean as possible, we need your help too. We ask that you follow a few simple rules when you visit our clubs.
Before coming to the gym
Booking a session. All members will be asked to pre-book a session before attending our facilities. This will be required for a gym session, classes or members swims.
Members will be giving an advanced booking privilege. Further details of the session available will be announced in due course.
Stay home if you’re unwell. Please don’t come to the gym if you feel sick or have COVID-19 symptoms.
Bring your own. Bring a full water bottle as the water fountains aren’t in use. If you’re doing yoga or Pilates, bring your own mat if you have one. Please don’t bring a sweat towel
Arrive ready to work out. Please come in your workout gear to avoiding using the changing rooms. We advise against wearing face masks as these can hinder your breathing while exercising, and gloves aren’t recommended as they can’t easily be cleaned – please use the hand sanitiser provided instead.
Travel light. We won’t have as many lockers available as usual, so please think about how much you’re bringing with you.
Pre-book your swim. In addition to booking exercise classes, you’ll also need to book your swimming session in advance if you’d like to use the pool. You can do this using the My Bookings app or online booking.
Bring your bank card. As we can’t accept cash if you want to buy anything.
If you’re not ready to come back just yet
Whenever you’re ready, we’ll be there to make your return as straightforward as possible. In the meantime, you have some options.
Freeze membership. Not ready to restart your membership? Not a problem. To freeze your membership, simply fill out this form. If you have any other questions about your membership, read our FAQs below.
Click here to continue to freeze your membership
Online workouts. Don’t forget you can still use our digital resources from home. And stay tuned for our new Your Space at Home platform coming soon!
We’ll keep you updated on any changes
We’re monitoring the situation closely and we hope to make the rest of our services and facilities available again soon, dependent on government guidelines. Thank you for your continued patience.
Also, we want to reassure you that we’re fully prepared in the event of a second wave. If there is a reported case of COVID-19 in your club, we’ll tell you straight away and close the club for a full clean of the entire building.
Whether you decide to come back to the gym, or prefer working out at home for now, we understand. If you have any questions at all, contact us.
We can’t wait to welcome you back.
In the meantime, if you’d like to see what a typical club will look like when we reopen, check out the video above under the ‘Protecting you and our teams’ section. You’ll be able to see the social distancing measures and enhanced hygiene procedures we’ve put in place to keep you safe, along with new rules for visiting your local gym.
We’ve answered your questions below, but if you have any further queries, please contact your gym when it’s open again.
Please note that these FAQs are subject to change as we adapt to new government guidelines. Your safety is our number one priority.
Barnsley Premier Leisure is a charitable company limited by guarantee. We seek at all times to provide affordable, value for money facilities and activities for sport, recreation and leisure for the local Bassetlaw area.
Contact Babworth Court Babworth Retford Notts
Phone: 01777 711770 / 07368 194282
COVID19 update 17th August 2020 - We are booking for a small number of 'in person' classes at the centre during August. We are still offering a number of online classes via ZOOM.
Visit website for full information https://www.jasminetrust.co.uk/classes
Set in Parkland, our visually stunning venue Babworth Court, embraces an atmosphere of calm serenity, and supports a wide range of yoga classes, events and training.
There are many reasons why people choose yoga - for fitness, to aid recovery following injury, to stay healthy, to relieve stress through relaxation and meditation, and to provide strategies for dealing with depression. Participants are encouraged to enjoy the many benefits which yoga can bring to daily life.
Jasmine Trust holds regular events led by world renowned Teachers offering innovative ideas, practice methods and challenging explorations of the traditional teachings of Yoga.
Contact Sports and Social Club Scrooby Road Bircotes Doncaster
Phone: 01909 488704 or 07853 725262
COVID 19 update, 13th July, waiting for confirmation that walks can resume.
A volunteer walking group offering free Health/Leisure Walks, starting from Harworth & Bircotes Sports & Social Club every Wednesday at 10.00 a.m. There are two levels of walks available; a short walk of approx. 1 hour at a gentle over fairly level terrain and a longer walk of approximately 90 minutes at a reasonable pace. Walks are usually on farm tracks and public paths around the Bircotes & Harworth area. Occasionally we go off site to visit places of interest. All walks are led by trained Walk Leaders who carry first aid kits and safety whistles. After the walks we adjourn to the Sports & Social Club for refreshments and a good natter. Assistance dogs are welcome on a short lead.
For further information ring Malcolm on 01909 488704 or 07853 725262
Contact Clumber Park Worksop Nottinghamshire
Phone: 01909 544917
Important COVID19 notice
Many of our facilities are now open. The Woodland Play Area, Discovery Centre, and the Garden Team House remain closed. It's essential you book your visit in advance. Check What's On to book. You will be turned away if you arrive without a booking.
Please copy and paste the link above for further information about our facilities and groups before travelling.
Fee to park applies.
Phone to confirm the next dates.
10am at the Clock Tower in the main visitor facilities.
All information on the website. Walks are once a month.
£36 National Trust membership optional.
Contact 54 Larwood Avenue Worksop Notts
Phone: 01909 481377 S
COVID UPDATE: ALL DATES AND GATHERINGS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
We dance every Tuesday evening, 7.30-9.45pm at Larwood Community Centre, Worksop (except for the month of August, Christmas and New Year.
Cost: £1.50 per night.
Contact Welbeck Worksop Nottinghamshire
Phone: 01909 477744
The game of lawn bowls is suitable for both men & women of all ages to compete on equal terms. It provides gentle exercise, and at Welbeck, in beautiful surroundings. We play friendly matches with other clubs in the area & internal competitions open to all members.
Not sure if it is for you? Why not give it a try (free) just phone.
£1.00 per session. £40 per year.
Bassetlaw TriHealth Integrated Sexual Health Service
Ryton Street Worksop Nottinghamshire
Contact Ryton Street Worksop Nottinghamshire
Phone: 01909 506418
COVID19 Update, 3rd August 2020 - for up to date information please visit - https://bassetlawtrihealth.dbh.nhs.uk/
The service offers appoitments and walk in clinics - all in the strictest confidence
TriHealth offers a confidential, non-judgemental service that is freely accessible to people of all ages.
The service is provided by Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust working in partnership with Nottinghamshire County Council. Within this service, we wish to provide personalised care in a friendly atmosphere, fully meeting the sexual health needs of each individual person.
What happens at our clinics?
We offer at all our clinics:
- Testing and treatment for sexual infections and genital problems
- All forms of contraception including emergency contraception
- HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C screening and Hepatitis B vaccination
- Care and support for people living with HIV
- Advice, support, and information about all sexual health concerns
- Free condoms
- Referral for psychosexual counselling.
Information you discuss with us is strictly confidential. Your records are kept in the Sexual Health Department and your information would not normally be shared with any other hospital department or your GP without your knowledge.
We will not give your test results to anyone else without your permission. On the rare occasion that we do need to give information to a third party, we will always aim to tell you. The only reason we would do this is if we felt you or someone else were at risk of serious harm.
How long will you be in the clinic?
When you drop into the walk in clinic it may already be full to capacity which unfortunately means we may not be able to see you that day. You will be offered an appointment to attend another day. Any urgent cases will be assessed daily through a nurse triage system.
We do not fit or remove implants or coils in walk in clinics
If you have come to a ‘walk-in’ session, they can be very busy and you may be here for up to 2-3 hours. If you have come for an appointment, we aim to see you within half an hour of your given time. Seeing the doctor/nurse, having tests taken, and getting your results and treatment can take up to one hour.
CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19 - UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Thurs 11.15am-12.15pm (term time)
At Misterton pool. Period of instructor led excercise followed by skills practice and/or free swimming with individual tuition as required.
BCVS Community Advisor
BCVS@ThePriory The Old Abbey School Priorswell Road Worksop Nottinghamshire
The BCVS Community Advisor can offer supported navigation for all patients registered with a Bassetlaw GP.. Community Advisor os part of Bassetlaw Social Prescribing Service.
BCVS Community Advisor
BCVS@ThePriory The Old Abbey School Priorswell Road Worksop Nottinghamshire
Contact BCVS@ThePriory The Old Abbey School Priorswell Road Worksop Nottinghamshire
Phone: 01909 476118
IMPROVING THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING OF BASSETLAW RESIDENTS THROUGH SUPPORTED
ACCESS AND NAVIGATION INTO LOCAL SERVICES AND SUPPORT GROUPS
The Community Advisor is a specialist with a wealth of knowledge and experience about services across Bassetlaw, helping individuals to access non-medical support services from voluntary organisations and community groups.
Anyone over the age of 16 who is registered with a Bassetlaw GP can access this service.
You can ask at your GP Reception when the Community Advisor will be visiting your local surgery or contact us directly here at BCVS.
The Community Advisor will discuss with the individual how one of the many voluntary or community services may help them improve their health and wellbeing alongside any existing medical treatment.
The Community Advisor can help you to:
- Identify groups which may offer additional support to help you understand and manage your medical condition
- Access community social groups by giving you a named contact and specific group information
- Access benefits, debt and welfare advice
- Address loneliness and isolation issues by encouraging participation with local activity group
- Access information and advice on a wide range of services for the whole family
Your Community Advisor will be able to identify suitable support options and they will afford the time to find contact details of the leaders of groups and services to make the access as smooth as possible.
There are several ways to make contact with the Community Advisor:
You can ring the Community Advisor direct for telephone advice. Available Monday to Friday on 01909 476118 Ext 24.
Phone: 07545 924994
COVID19 - update 29th July 2020 - still waiting for government advice.
Meets Elizabethan Acadamy, Thursday 6 - 7pm - £4.00 per session.
Netball Now - Worksop College, Thursday 8 - 9pm - £4.00 per session - turn up and play.
Walking Netball, - Harworth and Bircotes Sports Pavillion - Monday 1pm - 2pm - £2.00 per session (slower version of the game, netball but at a walking pace, game designed so that anyone can play regardless of any age or fitness level. Fun, flexible activitity. Refreshments and chat after the game.
If you haven’t played since school, college, uni, you’ve had time out for other commitments or you’ve never played netball; these sessions might be for you. It’s a fun and friendly.
Worksop Ladies Hockey Club
Worksop Ladies Hockey Club 17 Maple Leaf Gardens Worksop Notts
Contact Worksop Ladies Hockey Club 17 Maple Leaf Gardens Worksop Notts
Phone: 07720 846733
COVID UPDATE: Hockey is now at Step 4 of our Return To Play Guidance. With the right steps, competitive activity can resume - both training and matches – outdoor and indoor.
It is anticipated that the new season for Ladies hockey will start on the 26th September 2020. England Hockey have published guidance on staying safe during the current Covid-19 situation. More details can be found at http://www.englandhockey.co.uk/page.asp?section=2633§ionTitle=Covid%2D19+Club+Support
If you are interested in playing hockey please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
raining will again take place every Wednesday from 7pm to 8.30pm at Worksop College, Sparken Hill, S80 3AP. The date of commencement of training ahead of the new season is expected to be confirmed by the 1st September 2020.
Sticks are available. Shin pads and a mouth guard are strongly recommended.
Training for Juniors (aged 13 and under) also normally takes place at the same location between 6pm and 7pm on a Wednesday evening. However, there is currently no date set for when training for Juniors is set to start again.
Training takes place every Wednesday from 7pm to 8.30pm at Worksop College, Sparken Hill, S80 3AP.
We have four Ladies Teams and we also run a junior section for boys and girls aged 7-14 years old
Back to Hockey - Mansfield
Manor Sport and Recreation Centre Kingsley Avenue Mansfield Woodhouse
Contact Manor Sport and Recreation Centre Kingsley Avenue Mansfield Woodhouse
Phone: 07585 667468
COVID19 update, 27th July 2020 - not currently playing, school closed. Hopefully play will resume in September 2020. For full details please visit website http://www.northnottshc.co.uk
North Notts Hockey Club has served the Mansfield area since 1949. Across those years we have seen teams excel in numerous leagues and provided players to County and National Level.
We pride ourselves on our inclusivity across a range of abilities with a thriving Junior Academy through four womens and five mens squads. Our Ladies 1st XI compete in the Midlands Premier Division with our Men's 1st XI competing in tier 2 of the East Midlands league.
Above all we are a sociable club that welcome all, so if you are picking up a stick for the first time, would like your child to gain the skills and social development Hockey provides or are a competitive player looking for a new side we'd love to see you!
Bassetlaw Women’s Walking Football
‘Outside All Weather Pitch’ BPL Leisure Centre Valley Road
Contact ‘Outside All Weather Pitch’ BPL Leisure Centre Valley Road
Phone: 07443 581486
Start back on 7th September 2020 after COVID 19
The sessions will run every week and you can try your first four weeks FREE, after that each session will cost £2.50.
If you are 16 years and over, love football or just fancy getting fit/meeting new people, why not pop down to the ‘Outside All Weather Pitch’ at Worksop Leisure Centre, Valley Road, S81 7EN and give it a go.
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We look forward to seeing you there on Monday, 7pm-8pm.
Contact Highwood Farm Bracken Hill Lane Misson Springs
Phone: 07393 284806
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Please visist the website for more information and prices
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Phone: 0300 500 80 80
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Contact Welbeck Sailing Club, Norton
Phone: 01909 720458
Updated 12/08/2020. Dogs are now allowed. Members of RMYC are joining us at the club, see b12. See also 4. clinically extremely vulnerable people. A reminder to everybody that despite and because of the easing of the lockdown measures the number of infected people in the community has not gone down at all in the last 6 weeks. This means that the risk of transmission whilst at the club is still the same as it was when we first started sailing again. Please keep on following to rules as strictly as possible.
This guidance needs to be reviewed at least once a week. If any members have any safety concerns/suggestions they shall contact the Covid safety officer or a committee member. For latest updates/changes see last part of this guidance.
At all times current government guidelines must be observed. All normal WSC rules to be observed unless changed in this guidance.
The Covid-19 virus is unlike any other flu virus. It is more virulent, it is more contagious and there was no natural immunity at the start of the outbreak, nor is there a vaccine available. This is why it’s so deadly. The Covid-19 pandemic is to stay with us for the whole 2020 sailing season.
Although WSC will do everything possible to facilitate safe sailing, safety at the club is the responsibility of every individual member.
I’ve made the following assumptions:
- All surfaces in and around the club including our own cars are potentially contaminated.
- At all times 2 metres distance rule to be adhered to.
- Only single-handed boat use is safe except for members of same household.
- Launching/retrieving of rescue boat has potential for transmission.
- Use of clubhouse or other buildings has potential for transmission.
- Opening/closing of gates/use of keypad has potential for transmission.
- The virus is unlikely to survive for longer than 72 hours on any surface. We therefore only sail on Sundays and Wednesdays and we don’t sail on Saturdays.
- Rescue operations have to be restricted to absolute minimum, therefore no sailing when wind speed is likely to exceed 15mph.
What all club members need to do.
- Have stylus/pen or similar in car to use on keypad. Have kitchen roll or similar to touch latches/gate surfaces. Use hand sanitizer when leaving your car when arriving at the club and before getting into your car again when leaving the club
2 . Wear face mask or similar face covering whilst at the club.
- Have disposable gloves in the car to be used for one off tasks, see C. first person to arrive at the club.
- Put on your sailing clothes at home so that you don’t have to use the changing rooms.
- All members to stay at home if feeling unwell and or 37.8 or above. Also to stay at home if new continuous cough or 3 or more coughing bouts in 24hr period.
Travelling to the club.
- Press keypad buttons with stylus/pen or similar device and leave in the car.
- Open both wooden gates by using kitchen roll tissue or similar so that your skin doesn’t touch gate latches/top of the gates.
- After leaving the car immediately use hand sanitizer. Also after returning to your car to pick up equipment etc..
- Members from different households are not allowed to travel to and from the club in the same car.
Whilst at the club.
- Avoid any unnecessary touching of any surface whilst at the club. This includes avoiding helping other members with lawnmowers, their boats and other equipment.
- Bring and use your own (foldable) chairs.
- If we have to use the clubhouse because of rain etc. only use 1 chair for the whole time that you spend at the club and maintain 2m distance from other members.
- All members to avoid using toilet facilities by using toilet at home just before travelling to the club. If toilet has to be used at the club use hand sanitizer before entering and after leaving toilet facilities as well as washing your hands with soap and water. Paper towels are available. If you want to wash your hands, please use the outdoors sink. Unfortunately there are no paper towels available at the outdoors sink.
The showers are not to be used.
- All members are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer and disposable gloves.
- If any public surfaces, not your own boat, have been touched with your (gloved)hands to use surface disinfectant with a cloth to wipe the surface down. Disinfectant and cloths available in clubhouse and on the hard.
- When your hands have been in contact with any public surface to use hand sanitizer available on the hard and in the clubhouse.
- Dogs will be allowed at the club, but shall be kept on the leash at all times. I note that we’re using rat bait around the old clubhouse.
- All members not to wear gloves unless for sailing purposes or see C.1. It makes it easier to remember to wash your hands or use hand sanitizer.
- To use hand sanitizer every time you enter or leave the hard.
- All boats need to have masthead flotation to enable safer assistance in case of capsizing.
- Members of Rotherham Model Yacht Club(RMYC) to only use the north-western part of the hard(near the old slipway).
First person to arrive at the club.
- Park car in front of gate to compound and put disposable gloves on.
- Open compound gate, clubhouse door, both gates to hard and unlock all 3 doors of old clubhouse. Keep all gates and doors open, if necessary by using wedges/tyres etc.
- Remove gloves and park car in compound.
Changes to OOD duties.
- Rescue boat to remain on the lake or singlehandedly launched from launching trolley/trailer. (Rain)water can be removed by removing (temporarily!) the bung at the back of the boat whilst driving the rescue boat.
- Only 1 OOD to use the rescue boat and fill petrol tank on any given day, unless assistance is needed for rescue purposes.
3 Races can be organised, but without signing in or out., this rule can be amended once we feel more confident about keeping transmission of virus to an absolute minimum/zero.
- Race course to be kept as simple as possible to avoid members having to write down the course to follow..
- At end of sailing the petrol tank to be put in storage near the starter hut and rescue boat to be moored in front of the starter hut or only the OOD to pull safety boat on trolley and trolley to be pulled out by car/lawnmower with tow bar. All gates to be closed and all doors to be locked whilst wearing disposable gloves.
- No members to visit the club apart from on Wednesdays and Sundays. This is to avoid surface contamination and to avoid the need to regularly clean all the surfaces in and outside the club house.
- If contact between members has occurred by accident or necessity those members to exchange mobile phone numbers so that the necessary person(s) can be contacted if said member(s) develop symptoms of Covid-19.
- Anyone showing signs or been diagnosed with Covid19 MUST inform the club, especially if this happens after visiting the club to advise others who may have had contact with them and stay away.
4. The club will allow people at moderate risk (clinically vulnerable) to come to the club, this includes the over seventies, however the club does advise the people in this category to consider their individual risk which can be discussed with the Covid safety officer.
The club will allow people at high risk (clinically extremely vulnerable) to visit the club, but only after discussion with the Covid safety officer.
For details about both categories see: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/people-at-higher-risk-from-coronavirus/whos-at-higher-risk-from-coronavirus/
Sailing takes place on Wednesday 5.30pm - 8.30pm and Saturday 12pm - 7pm. Sunday is usually a racing day, but other sailing also takes place. The club is an RYA accredited training centre, running training courses and is a small friendly, club where individuals or families can join. Sailing is not necessarily expensive. You will be surprised at how competitive the membership fees are. There are club sailing boats, which can be used, and there are reasonably priced second-hand boats on the market.
Phone: 0115 7722515
COVID19 update 13th August 2020 - As of June 1st 2020 Your Health, Your Way will be delivering all elements of the Integrated Wellbeing Service, this means we will be accepting referrals for:
• Weight management,
• Smoking cessation,
• Physical activity,
• Brief alcohol support.
All interventions will be delivered remotely in accordance with social distancing guidelines. We will be able to provide both one to one and group based support via telephone and online support (Zoom).
Referrals from GP practices can be made via the F12/Ardens function and both third party and self-referrals can be made.
Welcome to Your Health Your Way. Nottinghamshire’s new Integrated Wellbeing Service funded by Nottinghamshire County Council and delivered by ABL Health. We are here to help all residents of Nottinghamshire (excluding Nottingham city) get more active, eat healthier, manage your weight, drink less alcohol and stop smoking. We offer realistic and practical support for people to make life long healthy behaviour changes.
We are here to help all residents of Nottinghamshire (excluding Nottingham city) get more active, eat healthier, manage your weight, drink less alcohol and stop smoking. We offer realistic and practical support for people to make life long healthy behaviour changes.
Individuals can access the following services:
- Weight management (virtual group clinics and one to ones via telephone)
- Adult weight management (virtual group clinics and one to one telephone support)
- Family weight management (telephone support)
- Smoking cessation (telephone)
- Physical activity (bespoke recorded activity sessions are emailed to clients to complete at home)
- Brief alcohol support (telephone support)
Referrals can be made from health professionals and GP practices via the F12/Ardens function and both third party and self-referrals can be made online by visiting Yourhttps://yourhealthnotts.co.uk/ .
Your Health Your Way is here to support residents of Bassetlaw make life long healthy behaviour changes.
Our Bassetlaw team are here to support you to get more active, eat healthier, manage your weight, drink less alcohol and stop smoking. https://yourhealthnotts.co.uk/support-in-your-area-bassetlaw/