Wragby news

Wragby News.
Wragby News.

Community pool - With its continued improvements and refurbishment, Wragby Community Swimming Pool is getting busier and is now open more hours than ever.

This success means the attraction is now looking to recruit more staff.

A lifeguard, receptionist, swimming teacher, apprentice and cleaner are all required.

Others need to be replaced, too.

Mathew, a young man who has worked at the pool for the last year, is leaving for university, while apprentice swimming teacher Rebecca has gained all her qualifications and is moving on to take up a full-time position at a leisure centre close to where she lives.

Working at the Wragby Pool has enabled them to get the experience they need to further their careers and now there are opportunities for others to apply and follow a similar route, while helping ensure the pool is fully staffed and can continue to provide a service for the community.

Anyone interested in the vacancies can either call in for a chat with the pool manager, Davina Ness, or call her on 01673 857776.

Community gardeners - The new monthly indoor meetings for Wragby Community Gardening Club begin in the town hall on Tuesday, September 8, at 7.30pm, when new members will be welcome.

South Willingham

Dancing classes - South Willingham Parish Hall is the place to be for anyone who wants to take part in the local version of Strictly Come Dancing, without the worry of Craig Revel-Horwood’s confidence-shattering comments.

An opportunity to go along and learn ballroom and Latin American dancing will be held fortnightly on Wednesday evenings, from 7pm to 9.30pm, starting on September 23.

Anyone can go along and learn the basics or, for the less energetic, just sit back and enjoy the dancing.

The cost is £2 per session, including refreshments. All are welcome to join in.

For more information, call Paul Fuller on 01507 313601.