SMASH is a project which aims to increase physical activity across all ages and abilities.
SMASH is based in our Games Hall, our multi use games area and tennis court or out and about in the local area.
SMASH programme is updated termly but includes: preschool sessions, after-school sports, teen sports, adult fitness of varying intensity, exercise for older adults, Pilates, cycling, tennis, badminton and much more.
Criss-Cross operates with help from a range of funders.
Various projects aims to increase opportunities for socialising locally and focuses on supporting vulnerable groups through various projects. Criss-Cross meet its aims through: supporting the daily drop-in Hub in partnership with Cafe Connect, encouraging volunteering, supporting new events and activities, providing meals to vulnerable residents and facilitating a variety of support groups.
Current support groups and projects include: Madoch Meet up (dementia support group), Alongside (bereavement supports), Wellbeing Walks, Parent education groups (PEEP), breast feeding support, Margaret’s Menu (delivery of lunches), community larder