Make it in an Indian winter with music lessons
FOR those looking to ommit further to exercising, ee fitness camps are being eld in Ruislip every week on Mondays, Fridays and undays.
Participants are invited to
TJG1ST QUALITY training in Indian music is provided to a wide range of ethnic groups at these weekly classes, with an emphasis on the origin of the culture, exposing students to traditions and bringing communities together.
The structured curriculum and teaching materials are tailored to the needs of students.
What? Classical Indian music class Where? Barnhill Community High School, Yeading Lane, Hillingdon UB4 9LE When? Saturday, January 10. 9am-2.30pm Cost: £40 per month (flexible payment options available) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01895 808 020
take part in a six-week challenge, which includes 18 classes of physical training, fitness evaluation and coaching, and are promised a complete body transformation.
There will be wellness coaches on hand to help with your nutritional goals.
What? Shape Up Hillingdon Where? Next Level Nutrition and Fitness, 101 Victoria Road, Ruislip HA4 9BN When? Friday, January 9, 7-8pm. Call: 07580 099 035 VOLUNTEERS are invited to help clear overgrown vegetation and create habitat piles from deadwood to encourage biodiversity and wildlife at Denham Quarry, in South Ruislip.
This event is suitable for all ages, so why not bring the whole family?
Tools and work gloves will be provided.
Volunteers are asked to bring their own refreshments and dress appropriately for the weather, including sturdy boots or wellies.
What? Volunteer conservation tasks at Denham Quarry Where? Meet at old car park entrance, Denham Quarry, on Moorhall Road, South Harefield UB9 6PE When? Sunday, January 11, 1-4pm Cost: Free Contact: katherine.davies@ groundwork.org.uk/07702 532 755