Class Times

Autumn Term

CHILDREN IN NEED WEEK - having a ball!


10-11am Otterbourne Hill (Community Hub at BrendonCare Home), Otterbourne Hill, Winchester, SO21 2FL. 

This class will be charged at the super low rate of £4 - including tea and coffee and free parking. Beautiful building and grounds. 

*I am starting a second class (same place), starting Thursday October 10th, 9.30 - 10.30


7.45pm Bishops Sutton Village Hall  


9.30 - 10.30 am - a second class has started at Otterbourne Hill (Community Hub at BrendonCare Home), Otterbourne, Winchester, SO21 2FL. 

£4 - same as Tuesday class - including tea and coffee and free parking.

(7.15 - 8.15pm Kings Somborne Village Hall - hoping to re-start this class in January 2020)


10 am at Itchen Abbas and Avington Millenium Hall

Autumn Term Dates:

Tuesdays: Sept 3 10 17 24, Oct 1 8 15 22 29, Nov 5 12 19 26 Dec 3 10 17

Wednesdays: Sept 4 11 18 25 Oct 2 9 16 23 30 Nov 6 13 20 27 Dec 4 11 with 18 as opt out

Thursdays: Sept 5 12 19 26 Oct 3 10 17 24 31 Nov 7 14 21 28 Dec 5 12 with 19 as opt out

Fridays: Sept 6, 13, 20, 27th Oct 4, 11, 18, 25 Nov 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Dec 6, 13 and 20th as opt out week.

Payment System

Tuesdays -  Pay as You Go basis at Otterbourne 

Wednesdays -  Pay up Front @ £8 a class plus opt out; Pay as You Go @ £9 a night

Friday mornings - Pay up Front @ £8 plus opt out; Pay as You Go @ £10

Payment System

Payment by BACS is great - details as follows:

Bank Details

Account Name: S.R. Publishing Ltd

Account No. 12005115

Sort Code: 40 46 39

HSBC 58 High Street, Winchester Hants SO23 9BZ

Cash is fine too but no cheques please (bank charges 40p on these)

I would encourage those who can to sign up. Apart from saving the hassle of turning up with the right change each week, zumba is far more enjoyable (and a far better work out) once you are familiar with the music and the routines. I try and stress this to beginners but too often I think people leave thinking either 'Help! I can't master 14 plus routines .... ever!' Or with the sense that they haven't pushed themselves physically - which is difficult to do if you are watching/trying to follow someone else's choreography. The only way you will 'up the level of exertion' is by becoming familiar with the music and moves - and then you can go for it! Sounds obvious but I think it needs reinforcing - so that people appreciate the benefit of coming regularly and committing themselves.

Again, although I stress that everyone and anyone can do zumba - there is definitely no age, fitness, ability barrier - it is a lot more enjoyable when you become familiar with the music and the routines so I really would say - Come to as many as you can! Always pleased to see you!