Free Classes and Activities at the Fairfield Centre

The Fairfield Centre's Open Week provides the perfect opportunity to experience the welcoming and professional service offered by the centre's staff first-hand. A wide range of classes and activities will be available to try free of charge from Monday 16 to Friday 20 September 2019.

While traditionally attracting over 60s through its doors, Mole Valley District Council's Fairfield Centre is a busy social-hub in Leatherhead that offers a meeting place for people of a range of ages to socialise.  There are numerous fun classes and activities available that help to improve the physical and mental wellbeing of members, who also have the option of indulging in delicious home-cooked daily lunches.

Simply come to the Fairfield Centre during the Open Week and try classes for free. The exercise classes aiming to increase mobility, balance and fitness include: Tai Chi; Line dancing; Pilates; Strength & Balance; and Yoga and Zumba Gold. In addition to keeping the body active, there's also plenty to keep the mind busy too, including: memory games; a knitting group; bingo; computer and art classes.

Annual membership at the Fairfield Centre starts from only £13.50 per person and a joint membership for couples is available for £19. For more information about what is on offer, please visit molevalleylife.co.uk/fairfield-centre, email christina.may@molevalley.gov.uk, call 01372 376058 or drop in to the Centre, located at 34 Swan Court, off Leret Way, Leatherhead, KT22 8AH.

Councillor Hazel Watson, Cabinet Member for Community, said "The Fairfield Centre's annual Open Week offers an exciting opportunity for non-members to come and try the wide variety of classes on offer at absolutely no cost. Visitors should be prepared to be wowed by the overwhelmingly friendly atmosphere and fantastic staff. It is a wonderful facility providing numerous fun activities that also improve health and wellbeing. This is an opportunity not to be missed."
Last Updated: 06/09/2019




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