Herefordshire Roller Skating Club 01432 341 441 or 07780 117
Herefordshire Roller Skating Club has
been running since May 2010 so is still a very new club.
We are a non profit making
organisation so all money goes straight back into the club.
This money is spent on things like
hall fees, insurance, new skates, up keep of old skates, training
for volunteers, and if there is any left at the end of the year a
Christmas party, or even a day trip to a roller skating rink for
all our members.
The club is open to everyone who
would like to learn to skate or can skate and would like to
practise or learn more.
Please contact us if you wish to come
The club is fully
insured all our coaches have a current CRB check and we
have a child protection policy in place.
We have three coaches all are CRB
checked have undergone safeguard coaching courses and
emergency first aid training.
Location: Aylestone High School, Hereford
Monday: Roller Derby sessions
7.00-9.00 pm: Roller Derby is a woman's full contact team
6.00-7.30 pm is a juniors & parents
7.30-9.00 pm adults only
Herefordshire Roller Skating Club is an Amateur Sports
club which is open for everyone to come along and have a
try at the sport of Roller Skating. We teach basic
quad skating with an element of fitness.If you have never skated
before we aim to get you rolling around unaided by the end of your
Classes start at 6pm and finish at 9pm on
Wednesdays Mondays is Derby night, you will need
to pass a minimum skills test before you can come to this.
Skating for all 6pm- 7.30pm fee £3
Adults only 7.30-9pm fee £3. £5 for both
We teach basic quad skating with an element of fitness. If
you have never skated before we aim to get you rolling around
unaided by the end of your first lesson.
We are offering free coaching sessions for 13-25 year
olds on Thursdays from 6th October through till January.
Everyone still need to book there place.
The free sessions are sponsored by 'Sportivate' which is part of
The club has been given funding from Sport England, Hereford
Council ( we put on the event 'Hereford get your skates on' over
the school holidays) and Sportivate (Sport England).