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Fusion Gymnastics & Trampoline Ltd are opening their doors this Sunday with a fun-filled afternoon to celebrate the launch of their new gymnastics club.

Steve Wardle and Naomi Bevan-Jones took over the ownership of Fusion Gymnastics this summer after the previous owners decided to close its doors in May. The staff at Fusion Gymnastics, led by Steve Wardle & Naomi Bevan-Jones, worked tirelessly to save the club for the 800 members and reopened as Fusion Gymnastics & Trampoline Ltd just six weeks later. During these six weeks, the club was inundated with support from local businesses, parents, members and other clubs from the Welsh Gymnastics community to provide them with places to train.

Head coach and owner, Steve Wardle, expresses his gratitude to the community:

“We are immensely proud of what we have achieved between us all. From what initially, perhaps, was the most stressful time of our lives we have all emerged on the other side of this so much stronger and closer as a club. The amount of help we received from our gymnastics community has been and continues to be, overwhelming. Thinking and planning for the future of the club is exciting, with the ethos we have now within Fusion Gymnastics & Trampoline it seems no dream is too big or distant to pursue.”

Fusion Gymnastics would like to thank everyone who supported them during this tough time, with a special mention to the following clubs for allowing the squad gymnasts to continue their training: Maesteg Trampoline Club, Vertigo Trampoline Club, Caerphilly Dragonflies, Phoenix Gymnastics, Islwyn Gymnastics, Bedwas Gymnastics, The Penarth Gymnastics, Capital Academy, City of Newport Gymnastics, YMCA Barry Gymnastics and Swansea Gymnastics.

The club is now secure at its home at Fusion Gymnastics & Trampoline Ltd in Pontyclun and is already busy training for competitions, fundraising, hosting summer camps, birthday parties, and providing high-quality inclusive gymnastics sessions for all.

This weekend, 1st September 2019, the club will hold its first Funday for the community. Open to members, non-members and their families, Fusion is planning a fun-filled afternoon to celebrate its official launch. The fun will begin promptly at 1:30pm, with games and competitions running throughout the day.

Everyone at Welsh Gymnastics wishes Fusion Gymnastics & Trampoline Ltd all the best for the future.