Bromley FC Community Sports Trust is delighted to be partnering up with Allegro School of Gymnastics who will be based at Hayes Lane on weekdays starting from September.
Allegro has been in operation for seven years, teaching Recreational, Advanced and Pre-school Gymnastics at their club base and in schools to over 800 children across the Borough of Bromley.
Allegro will be offering a variety of pre-school gymnastics, dance and multi-sport classes at Bromley FC to toddlers and children, five days a week.
Talking about the partnership, Samantha Lomax from Allegro, said:
“I’m hugely excited to be able to bring a new service to Hayes Lane and build a partnership with the fantastic Bromley FC Community Sports Trust. Both organisations have a huge passion to provide great sporting facilities from grassroots level to more advanced, squad level sport to children within our borough.”
“My whole coaching team are hugely excited to make this facility a home. This is a really exciting partnership, and I can’t wait to work alongside the Trust to welcome lots of new girls and boys to our club.”
Bromley FC Chief Operating Officer, Jeff Hutton, is equally excited to see the club’s Community Trust expand upon its sporting offer at Hayes Lane.
“I am really pleased to welcome Allegro School of Gymnastics as a partner of the Bromley FC Community Trust. During our first year, we’ve enjoyed some brilliant, flourishing partnerships to benefit the residents and locals of Bromley.”
“We are well-established with our various football offerings, but the Community Trust does and is about a lot more than football alone. Adding gymnastics to the range of opportunities here is another hugely positive step for us.”