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Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 9th July 2016 7:45am
Many local 'keep fit' enthusiasts will recognise the significant role that Janey Enticott plays in the health and wellbeing of Haddenham residents across a wide age spectrum.
Janey is now the owner of the 'Jazzercise' franchise in this area, and this will allow to her to offer a wider range of class options in the coming months.
Says Janey: "It's all very exciting! With my local knowledge I've decided to open two new evening classes at the Junior School, which will start in early October."
"In celebration and anticipation of this, we're having a class on Wednesday 20th July at 6.45pm at Haddenham Community Junior School. I will be team teaching with my colleague, Lucy and the new instructor, Nina (who is currently training and will qualify in September)."
So, if you've never tried Jazzercise, we know you'll love it! We're offering a free trial session, open to anyone wishes to come along on that day."
For more details, see here.
If you'd like to make contact with Janey, Email: email@example.com
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