he Pythian Club offers free boxing sessions throughout the week. Although we are based in New Basford Community Centre, we also offer sessions in Wollaton, Beeston and St Anns. For more information check out our timetable.
Our coaches are qualified and experiences in facilitating boxing sessions. We have both male and female coaches who have an expansive knowledge of the sport. The sessions and both fun and challenging. We offer training in shadow boxing, pad work, bag work and boxing-specific circuit training.
We have links with major reputable clubs in Nottingham and surrounding areas to facilitate our young people into boxing fights. We previously held a massive event at Motorpoint Arena, where we had over 3000 people in attendance.
Our Football programme can go as far as you want it to go, if a one-off session or being a social member is all that is sought after, then so be it. But we have an established team in a registered team with the FA. There are four teams, a 1st team and a reserve team for both male and female (ages 13-19). Soon, there will be more for juniors under the age of 10. The team trains on Tuesday and has matches on Sundays. We also do diversionary football on Friday which is open to the community, which is very popular.
The Pythian Club is endorser by the Football Association (FA) and The City of Football. These allow us to run our sessions in many areas of Nottinghamshire. Our home ground is The Forest SportZone 3G Pitch. We provide football boots and shin guards for those who don’t have access, so all you need to bring along is yourself and a positive attitude!
The Pythian Club music programme brings in local artists and producers, as well as our trained and qualified music leaders, to engage young people in a programme of music production, technology, songwriting, performing and sound engineering, this programme also runs at the New Basford Community Centre. Through this programme, The Pythian Club members develop social interaction skills, work with people of different backgrounds who they may not otherwise encounter, to collaborate on musical projects, form friendships and enhance their self-confidence. They say music is a universal language, so we use it to bridge the gap.
As part of our music programme, NGY Studios which is based in Nottingham city centre are offering two part-time paid positions as music leaders. These music leaders will be utilized in future delivery of this plan, which will help to increase the sustainability of our music courses. We have worked closely with Youth Music, YMCA, and other musical organisations to ensure we offer the best serviceT.
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