21 Jun Hadleigh’s latest exercise craze celebrates first birthday
More than 200 people have had a go at The Salvation Army’s unique fusion of traditional tambourine playing and the contemporary dance exercise class since the Hadleigh Timbreltastic group launched in June last year.
To celebrate the first ‘birthday’, Timbreltasic leaders held a tea party at The Salvation Army’s Hub Café in Hadleigh Park on Saturday (17 June) for members, friends and special guests, including Rebecca Harris MP and the Castle Point Mayor Councillor Brian Wood.
Founder of Timbreltastic, Zena Osterberg, is a member of Hadleigh Temple Salvation Army church and works at The Salvation Army’s Hadleigh Training Centre.
She said: “Here at The Salvation Army we really care about wellbeing – body, mind and spirit – and what better place to get fit, stay healthy and meet new friends than the beautiful Hadleigh Park.
“It’s so important that people have a reason to get out of the house. My aim is to help people enjoy life to the full and leave with a smile on their face.”