Sport & Leisure
The Manchester Marathon has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The race, which was due to take place on…
The final term of dance classes for 2019 begins at the Cinnamon Club in Bowdon this week.
Altrincham Athletics Club runner smashed the course record during a scintillating run at the Milltown Races Oldham Half Marathon this weekend.
Timperley Sports Club has opened its new floodlights after raising £38,000 from members.
Strictly Come Dancing is back on our screens – which can only mean one thing: it’s a new term of dance classes at The Cinnamon Club.
Hale karate teacher Alex Cockx has been selected for England in the World Karate Championships.
Total Fitness Altrincham has had a £500,000 makeover.
Some of the region’s best boxers will be on show this Friday when they go toe-to-toe with the best of the Royal Marines in a unique fight night at Timperley ABC.
It’s already well-known as a popular destination for weddings, live music and dance – and now the Cinnamon Club in Bowdon is to offer a new series of yoga classes.
Altrincham Leisure Centre has unveiled a new Move Zone and cycle studio and increased its exercise timetable to 47 classes a week.
Is your new year resolution to finally follow the Strictly stars on to the dancefloor? Well now’s your chance.
Fifteen-year-old Sam Vale de Castro loves his drama and singing lessons at Little Voices – and is hoping more teenage boys follow his example.
Here’s an exclusive first look inside Altrincham’s new 22-lane bowling alley, which opens on the Atlantic Street Retail Park tomorrow.
Ballet classes designed for young children will be coming to Altrincham in the new year.
The new 22-lane bowling Alley coming to Atlantic Street Retail Park will open to the public on Saturday December 1st.
The swimming pool at Altrincham Leisure Centre will remain open throughout the construction of a new “state of the art” replacement centre, Trafford Council has confirmed.
Trafford Council has given the go-ahead for a new £22m leisure centre in Altrincham.
Plans are in place to expand Altrincham’s only amateur boxing club after a surge in interest has left its current home too small to cope.
A new 22-lane bowling alley is to open in December in the former B&Q unit in Broadheath.
Altrincham FC has announced its ambition to become a full-time club as part of its plan to win promotion to the Football League for the first time.