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To keep up to date with news about the Gym Centre Cheltenham and the standard of gymnasts it produces, please view the latest press releases by clicking on the links below.

Gym Scorecard Summer 2011

Gloucestershire Schools Novice Gymnastics Competition 2006

The 2005 Christmas Club Championships & Award Ceremony


Inter Counties Floor and Vault Comp. - June 2004

Gloucestershire Novice Floor and Vault Championship. - May 2004

National Development Plan Grades Comp. - March 2004

British Ministrada Gymnastics Festival - November 2003

Bristol United Gymnastics Invitational - October 2003

Gloucester County Apparatus Championships 2003

Summer Club Championships 2003 - July 2003

South West Inter Counties Floor And Vault - May 18th 2003

Novice Championships
- May 11th 2003

Please keep checking back regularly for new press cuttings.


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The Gym Centre & The Cheltenham School of Gymnastics have developed a balanced and comprehensive programme for everyone, from Pre-School Children upwards, from complete beginners to National level Gymnasts. We run Recreational, Pre-School & Competitive classes at The Oasis Project Centre Cheltenham and GL1 Gloucester. Recreational classes at The Tewkesbury School, Tewkesbury and The Cotswold School, Bourton on the Water.

We also provide The Cheltenham School of Gymnastics School Club Link Programme to both Secondary and Primary Schools providing 9 after-school and 2 lunchtime clubs to schools in the Cheltenham area and Gloucester.

We are recognised by The Gloucestershire Education Authority and work with them to provide a 6 week Gymnastics course in all of the schools in Cheltenham over the next 3 years.

The Gym Centre and The Cheltenham School of Gymnastics are now at G1 Leisure Centre. Click the link above for more details.

2014 Class lists, times, venues and costs: 

Gym Main Calendar 2014

If you would like to know more about the classes, please call Martin or Kerwen on:

01451 820015   or   07870 624180   or   Email us

ABC Gymtots and the Cheltenham School of Gymnastics are now at G1 Leisure Centre, Gloucester. Click HERE for more details.

League Division 4 Results

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Action - Balance - Co-ordination
A.B.C. GYMTOTS offers a wide range of movement and body management activities, developing social interaction, emotional and physical development - all part of the learning environment. This gives children an opportunity to explore and develop their physical potential before going to school. Freeplay and structured classes are available.
45 Minutes & 1 Hour Sessions available from 40.00 per term.

Family Gym 1-3 years

For Working Parents.

40 minute Saturday morning session.

Adult & Child 1-3 years
Social, physical, educational and fun sessions in a structured environment. A chance for parents to spend active time with their child, developing movement skills and co-ordination under supervision and guidance.
45 Minutes & 1 Hour Sessions.

Pre-School 3-4 years
Action, balance and co-ordination for children under schools age. Social activity sessions using hand apparatus, imaginative role-play, action songs and simple discipline of accepting others in a group situation.

Young Infants 4 -5 years
A gentle and disciplined progression form pre-school classes into infants. They now put their locomotory skills into practice by leaning towards skill acquisition.

Infants 5-6 years

Children will have experienced the discipline of school. Quantity of movement is used to improve co-ordination, strength, suppleness and posture. Badge schemes are introduced to encourage children to achieve their own maximum potential. Gymnasts showing early potential will be invited to expand their Gymnastic awareness by joining our Saturday Development Group.

Infants 7 years
These children will be encouraged to expand their ability into quality and style and further vocabulary to help with a better technical skill. Fun is still important and for those children who wish to become involved, may be selected for extended classes. They can then have the experience of competition and participate in gymnastic festivals.

Recreational Gymnastics 8-16 years

To motivate and encourage the late developer towards gymnastic skills of the non-artistic child in an active, fun and safe environment and to encourage balance, co-ordination, communication, co-operation and confidence.

All Coaches are affiliated to and qualified by The British Gymnastics Association, The South West Gymnastics Association and The Gloucestershire Amateur Gymnastics Association. We are recognised by The Gloucestershire Education Authority and have 20 years experience and expertise in early years education through Gymnastics. We have represented Great Britain in 3 World Gymnaestrada Festivals in Holland, Germany and Sweden and taken part in Gymnastics training camps at the World-ranked Dynamo Centre of Excellence in Moscow. We have also taken part in exchanges with cllubs in Holland and the USA.



Adult Gymnastics 16+
A chance for the 'grown-ups' to have a go. Classes can be for absolute beginners and also the more adventurous adult who may wish to increase their Strength, Stamina and Flexibility.



Men's Circuit Training
A complete body preparation, working to your own individual programme under constant supervision. Non-competitive. NO POSERS ALLOWED!


The Gym Centre Competitive Gymnastics
By Invitation only. Potential artistic gymnasts are invited from our recreational classes to try competition work, participate in local displays and may be invited to take part in Gymnastics Festivals at home and abroad.



Gymnastics is fun and the whole approach to life and should be available to anyone, whatever their age or ability.

Club Motto: The Gym Centre & The Cheltenham School of Gymnastics support Gymnastics for FUN at whichever level of FUN the Gymnast wishes to attain.

Emphasis is on participation and enjoyment/FUN.

Martin & Kerwen Collett
Gymnastic Directors

This website was last updated on 24th September 2012