Relax Moor

A range of activities focused on improving the wellbeing of local people, and the entrepreneurial spirit of those who support wellbeing. Promoting the establishment of local entrepreneurs who provide holistic therapies, massage, yoga and other forms of sports and exercise. Engage with other community organisations to support their wellbeing programmes.

The Reading Throne – a free community book exchange, a mini library, people can take free books and donate books, promoting literacy in the area.

Good Neighbour Project – The shared reading group is part of our Good Neighbour Project and in partnership with The Reader organisation. This is a place to relax, make new friends and share stories with others every week. You can drop in and enjoy listening to a great story or open – there no pressure ton talk our read. A totally relaxed hour.

Rejuvenate CIC
– One of our former grant winners runs a weekly yoga session based in our MyClubmoor Community Hub at a subsidised rate for Clubmoor residents. See Whats On pages for days and times.

Line Dancing – An enthusiastic resident runs a weekly alternative Line Dancing class for all ages and all fitness levels. A lively social alternative to the gym and a great way to meet new people.

"I enjoy line dancing because it is good exercise and fun. The teacher is excellent and everyone can join in no matter what level you are at. A great atmosphere and very friendly staff."

Our Other Projects

Create Moor
A range of activities to create and develop the artistic flair of local people, and in the process develop products and improve the environment.
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Incredible Edible MyClubmoor
Activities and events focused on gardening, community growing and food programmes encouraging and bringing people together with an interest in local growing and developing green spaces.
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City Conversation Research Project
'City Conversation in Clubmoor’ research project began to get a better understanding of local issues, and of how local services can better reflect – not only the priorities of our residents – but also the knowledge, the passion and the resourcefulness that we have here in the community.
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