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21/07/14 12:51
There were several groups of Hawth gymnasts at the annual Gym Fusion in Guildford. You can watch videos of the routines on our Facebook page.
15/07/14 12:18
Sally-Anne and Nigel had a sunset wedding on Pass-a-Grille beach in Florida on 14 July.
07/07/14 11:16
Several Hawth gymnasts travelled to Bracknell for a micro-team competition. You can watch the videos of their performance on Facebook.
03/07/14 16:04
Due to staff holidays, the gym office is operating reduced hours from 5 July until 19 July 2014.
30/06/14 23:28
The club competition this year was a great success. Results are now available to down-load.
20/06/14 08:27
Hawth Gymnastics has an opportunity for a Recreational Gymnastics coach from 1st September 2014.
05/06/14 10:50
Get ready for Summer with the Hawth Holiday course. Make sure you book your space early, it's always popular.
27/05/14 09:48
Hawth Primary Girls have come 3rd at the British Championships!
15/05/14 11:46
Some of our girls entered the Sussex Individual Apparatus competition. All the girls finished in the top 4 in their respective categories.
14/05/14 11:06
20 gymnasts from Hawth travelled to Ipswich for the Pipers Vale Challenge and cup. Read how they got on!
20/03/14 00:22
All 7 of our TeamGym teams competed in Bracknell at the weekend. Read how they did and watch the video.
18/03/14 10:39
9 Hawth boys competed at the English Championships over the weekend.
04/03/14 12:40
There were 23 Hawth boys competing at K2 for the Regional Championships. The boys all performed exceptionally well.

Other News

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Rhythmic gymnast Frankie Jones will be the flag bearer for Team Wales at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games.
Your quick guide to gymnastics: How the events work, what's new, the Home Nations prospects and other Commonwealth contenders.
Daniel Purvis insists the spirit of Scotland's gymnasts will help them earn a place on the podium at Glasgow 2014.
Twenty years ago Jo Walker became the first Scottish gymnast to win a medal at the Commonwealth games. She now lives, works and rock climbs in Cape Town.
Cara Kennedy and Carly Smith will represent Scotland at the Commonwealth Games, having helped to launch Glasgow's bid.
Birmingham gymnast Mimi Cesar hopes that a good show at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow will help to attract more funding.
Olympic silver medallist Louis Smith confirms for the first time that he will attempt to qualify for Rio 2016.
Olympic medallists Louis Smith and Max Whitlock are among 13 gymnasts who will represent England in Glasgow.
British champion Laura Halford believes Wales can claim rhythmic gymnastics medal glory at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
28/05/14 15:05
Read about the Sussex gymnastics AGM

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