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36 Years of Leaps and Bounds: The Wickers Gymnastics Club Story

Once upon a time in the enchanted lands of Adur and Worthing, a 16-year-old girl named Katy Hodgson embarked on a magical journey. With a heart full of dreams and a sprinkle of determination, she founded the Wickers Gymnastics Club in 1988.


This was not just any club, but a place where over 600 aspiring gymnasts would come to learn, grow, and spread their wings.


In a kingdom where no other pitted gymnastics facility existed, Wickers became a beacon of hope and a source of joy. It transformed into a wonderland where tiny tots, brave juniors, artistic squads, and even adults could discover the joy of tumbling, flipping, and leaping.


Nestled near the merry Brooklands Pleasure Park, this gymnastics haven sat opposite a quaint cafe, a perfect spot for weary travelers to quench their thirst after a day of enchanting gymnastics.


And so, Wickers Gymnastics Club continued to weave its spellbinding tale, teaching not just gymnastics but also the magic of dreams, community, and the power of believing in oneself.


Wickers isn't just a gymnastics club; it's a community. Catering to children of all ages and abilities, it offers everything from 'Stay and Play' and 'Gloworms' sessions for preschoolers, 'Butterflies' classes for the 3-4 age group, junior gymnastics, competitive programs, right up to adult classes. 🌟🤸‍♂️✨


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