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School opens its doors to community

PUBLISHED: 12:15 11 May 2009 | UPDATED: 21:33 07 July 2010

WAYLAND Community High School has opened its sporting facilities to the rest of the community.

There are plenty of opportunities for people to go along and have fun, with classes held in climbing, cricket, dance, gymnastics, martial arts and tennis.

WAYLAND Community High School has opened its sporting facilities to the rest of the community.

There are plenty of opportunities for people to go along and have fun, with classes held in climbing, cricket, dance, gymnastics, martial arts and tennis.

They also have a fitness room with cardiovascular equipment and free weights, together with the opportunity to pay and play a variety of sports including badminton and tennis.

They are looking for more coaches to run other sports, for example badminton, basketball and netball.


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