A huge shout out to Ian Maple and his team at Covers, Rudgwick, and their donation of gravel for our drainage project.Visit Covers Website
Relay for Life: The 24-hour walking event which brings together families, friends, individual walkers, survivors of cancer and the wider community. The weekend incorporates musicians, live entertainment and a festival atmosphere – all while honouring everyone affected by cancer and celebrating the progress made in research.
Thanks to Cranleigh Rugby Club we were able to raise £35,000 and host over 200 walkers in June 2019!Relay 4 Life - Website
Rudgwick Netball Club is proud to be recognised by England Netball as a Silver CAPS club. We are a friendly group, based in the village of Rudgwick, between Horsham and Cranleigh and provide coaching and competitive opportunities for girls and ladies from Year 3 upwards. We are lucky enough to enjoy the use of Cranleigh RFC who offer excellent training facilities.
We train on weekday evenings and compete in leagues at Crawley, Guildford and Worthing as well as in tournaments. We train and play all year round.
As a popular club with a limited amount of space, we currently run waiting lists at all age groups, but we are always looking to recruit talented players or those who are keen to come back to netball so if you are looking for somewhere to play please do get in touch with us via email at: firstname.lastname@example.orgRudgwick Netball - Website
Weight Watchers Cranleigh hosts workshops every Wednesday night at Cranleigh RFC starting from 6pm, with their local representative Stephanie. Follow the link button to start your Weight Watchers journey.
Weight Watchers is built on the latest nutritional and behavior change research to help you eat what you love, while building healthy habits. Our science-backed SmartPoints® system takes the guesswork out of what to eat, cook, or order. No food is off-limits.Weight Watchers Cranleigh - Website
Hi, I’m Charlie Stilll. I’ve been a face to face personal trainer for 6 years in Cranleigh, Surrey and I love it! Knowing that I am helping someone is why I do what I do. I became a Personal Trainer when I was just 19 and I have never looked back. I have always loved competing in different sports such as football, cricket and running, so becoming a personal trainer was a natural progression for me.
Whatever your goal is, we can achieve it! Whether it be fat loss, muscle building, confidence gaining, mental wellbeing or just wanting to learn something new. Personally, I do have to say that the most rewarding part of my job is helping a client lose unwanted fat. Not only do I see a change in physical appearance from our journey together but also a change in confidence and happiness.StillFit - Website
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