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Meeting up with… Edward Oatley MBE

November 2, 2017 Editor 0

Sevenoaks District Council has always been keen to promote and encourage sport in the area and I joined the Sports Council when John Walker took over as Chairman from Charlie Hatt in the 1980s. As

HEALTH

The essential for life – water

November 2, 2017 Editor 0

We are made up of over 60% water and every cell in our body requires water just to function. Even the smallest degree of water loss can impair both physical and mental function. If you

MARTIAL ARTS

Get started with Brazilian ju-jitsu

November 2, 2017 Editor 0

Since when were sports reduced to a few letters – UFC, MMA, BJJ? Well, since 1993 when the first Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) took place in Denver, Colorado. The initial competitions back in the early

ALL

The use of technology in sport

November 2, 2017 Editor 0

The use of technology in sports is growing rapidly. In football, for instance, new devices are used for different reasons such as to help referees in decision-making and to quantify the athletes’ performance during a

BOWLS

Bowling Green

November 2, 2017 Editor 0

We joined Brenda Bennett, the Sevenoaks & District Indoor Bowls Chairman at their open day in October. What we found was great, Sevenoaks Indoor Bowls is a club that provides friendship and sport for all

SCHOOLS

Cross Country is a hit for schools

November 2, 2017 Editor 0

More than 400 children turned out for the Sevenoaks Primary School District Cross Country Championships at Radnor House in Sundridge on October 18th. Students from Amherst, Sundridge & Brasted, Anthony Roper, St. Thomas’, Chevening, Kemsing,

GYMNASTICS

Gymnastics academy is across the Spectrum

November 2, 2017 Editor 0

Spectrum Gymnastics Academy (SGA) have just entered their second year after opening at the Valence School in Westerham in September 2016. The academy started off with a mere 17 gymnasts in the hall of Churchill