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Under 16s Activities

We provide a wide range of activities for the Under 16s at the Pemberton Centre.  We cater for all ages, from babies to young adults.

Under 16s - Pemberton Centre - at a Glance
Activity Day Time Venue Age Group
Activators Monday-Friday 6.30am-10pm Pemberton 11-17yrs
Saturday-Sunday 8am-6pm
Cheerleading please contact Terry Masters on 07751 804179
Crèche   Monday 9am-12.30pm   Pemberton     3 months-school age
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday  9am-12.45pm
Friday  9am-12.30pm 
Gymnastics Wednesday  5pm-6pm  Pemberton       Beginners  
Thursday 4pm-5pm 
Friday   4pm-5pm
Friday 6pm-8pm Display Team
Jumpin Jax   Monday 9.30am-11am  Pemberton  0-5 yrs  
Friday 9.30am-11am  Pemberton 
Ready Steady Parties ask at Reception or download/pick up a leaflet Nene all ages
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During school holiday times there may be extra sessions for Under 16s so check our downloads section below.  

∑ Aspirations members receive 25% discount on these activities 

Activators

The Pemberton Centre offers supervised gym sessions for young people aged 11-17 years in our Aspirations Wellbeing Gym.

Designated machines only are available for Activators - this is to ensure the safety of the group.

The sessions are fun and designed to give young people a chance to be in an adult enviroment before they can become as Aspirations Member at age 18.

 Benefits

  • Look and feel better
  • Increased energy levels
  • Get fit on your own terms
  • Be fitter, stronger and better at your sport
  • Workout with mates away from school
  • Get educated about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle

Cheerleading

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Crèche 

Our sites all have supervised play areas where you can leave your child(ren) whilst you spend some 'you time' and take the opportunity to enjoy the various activities we have on offer.

Gymnastics

Eclipse Gymnastics Club,registered with British Gymnastics (BG) and coached by qualified BG instructors, teaches young people and children (school-age upwards) of all abilities.  Classes teach the basics in floor and vault.  There are advanced classes available for General Gymnastics, Acrobatic Gymnastics and Display Squad (based on ability and maturity).  

If you are over 15 and want to start gymnastics - there is a Senior Class for Intermediate Gymnasts on Tuesday evenings

Eclipse Gymnastics Club has classes at The Pemberton Centre.

For more information contact Reception on 01933 350324 or Eclipse Head Coach Mr Terry Masters on 07751 804179 

Jumpin Jax

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Jumpin Jax encourages children to participate in movement over apparatus, including mats, balance beams, slides, ladders and bouncy castles or they can choose to play with toys in a friendly, safe and social environment.

Ready Steady Parties 

We can offer a variety of children's parties at our 3 centres:  pool parties at the Nene Centre and Splash Leisure Pool; dryside play parties at the Pemberton Centre.

Download a copy of our Party Options by clicking the link at the bottom of this page or call into one of our centres and pick up a leaflet.

Parties Available at the Pemberton Centre
Party Cost Maximum Number
Soft Play £95 25
Jumpin Jax
Football
Bouncy Castle
Multi-Sport
Basketball
'Mix and Match' Party

 Please note that Aspirations Wellbeing does not provide food.

Trampolining

Learn how to do acrobatics whilst bouncing on a trampoline!

The Pemberton Centre offers trampolining sessions for children and young people aged 4+.

Trampolining Timetable
Day Time Venue Age Group
Monday 4.30pm-5.30pm Pemberton Centre 4+
5.30pm-6.30pm
6.30pm-7.30pm
7.30pm-8.30pm
Saturday 10am-11am
11am-12noon

Exercise on a trampoline is not only fun but will enhance overall coordination, strength, flexibility, timing and balance.  Rebounding will girl jumping_smsmexercise and strengthen every muscle, organ and cell in your body. 

Studies by NASA scientists show that rebounding is 68% more effective than jogging even though it requires less effort!  You can also develop both upper and lower body strength.

Apart from being great fun, bouncing on a trampoline brings a number of very real health and wellbeing benefits including:

  • Balance – trying to bounce in one place on a trampoline means you have to develop a keen sense of balance and awareness of how your body’s balance can be adjusted (or compromised) by small movements at the body’s extremities.
  • Coordination – closely related to balance is the need to coordinate arm and leg actions, as well as many fast-twitch muscle groups, necessary to form the different shapes and perform the various somersaults and twists.
  • Bilateral motor skills – the action of bouncing whilst trying to maintain balance and coordinate bodily extremities calls on both sides of the body and, indeed, the brain to become engaged which is quite different to many ground based sports where one side can often be favoured (most notably in football for example).
  • Rhythm – again closely related but distinct is the need to bounce in tune with the trampoline to achieve optimum height for least effort.
  • Self-confidence – even those least confident with sports will find it possible to make some progress on the relatively forgiving surface of a trampoline and this progress will help boost confidence.
  • Cardiovascular fitness – bouncing on a trampoline increases the pulse rate and strengthens muscle groups essential for a healthy cardiovascular system.
  • Bone Density – bouncing repeatedly puts bones under small amounts of stress sufficient to help them build themselves up to cope with that stress. This in turn reduces the risk of factures and osteoporosis.
  • Improved lymphatic circulation –the short periods of weightlessness between periods of higher than average G forces that occur whilst bouncing actually helps the body get rid of toxins; physical activity and gravity effects are essential to the lymphatic system achieving this and both are more actively engaged when trampolining than with almost any other sport.
  • Low impact – although bouncing is an impact sport the period of acceleration and deceleration is much longer than with activities such as jogging where the surface used has no give at all.  During the build up to the World Cup in 2002 David Beckham was seen building up fitness and ball skills whilst using a mini-rebounder for this very reason. 
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