Queens Platinum Jubilee Pantry Opening Hours
We’ll run a slightly earlier pantry this coming Thursday:
Gym closes at 12 noon.
If you are collecting please order beforehand if possible.
Get Rewarded for Volunteering at Hangar Community Hub – when you give one hour of your time, we’ll reward you with one Tempo Time Credit that can be spent in loads of great venues around Wales and beyond. This means that by helping us, we can help you get the most out of your Volunteering role.
Everything is managed on the Tempo Time Credits system where you will see your balance for what you have earned and how you can spend them. Its a brilliant opportunity to participate in some great experiences.
You can also spend Time Credits at our gym, on our courses and classes or just for entry to the gym. This TV clip will explain a bit more about Time Credits and how you can get involved.
Just some of the great venues we’ve found in the local area include – us of course! And St Davids Hall, Wales Millennium Centre, and Principality Stadium Tours. Salad Packs from a Community Garden, Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff Rugby Games, Sherman Theatre, Chapter Arts Cinema Tickets, Swimming Lessons at Penarth Leisure Centre, Entrance to Castell Coch and Caerphilly Castel, Barry Quasar, Bowling, See how currency and medals are made at The Royal Mint Experience. It goes on!
Lois Scoops Learner of the Year at the Apprenticeship Awards and Hangar HPC was nominated for Employer of the Year.
Following a lovely evening out at the Apprenticeship Awards at Cardiff Marriott hotel, we were thrilled that our young Apprentice Lois won the Learner of the Year awards.
At Hangar we’re really passionate about helping young people and giving them all the chances we can. Lois came to us just after we were allowed to reopen following the Pandemic lockdown – on a Kickstart program. She has thrived and is now training to become a Personal Trainer.
We support our youngsters with developing their business including a logo, help with website, social media and support them through their qualifications. We allow them to complete coursework whilst on a paid shift, and do our best to provide employment once they qualify.
Cole for example, came to us on work experience via his University. We kept him on and paid for his PT qualifications, created his website and provided his business cards. And he has regular coaching work with us as well as training his own clients. His career is thriving.
Sometimes we can fund their qualifications depending on the circumstances. We provide a structured Apprenticeship work-experience program and require several areas of work in addition to that formally required by their course.
We’re delighted that we’ve now developed over 10 learners into their Personal Training careers. Most of them are still with us full-time.
It is important to understand ‘best before’ and ‘use-by’ dates on food labels and how you must treat them differently.
The Best Before date, sometimes shown as BBE (best before end), is about quality and not safety. Other foods have a Use By date. That food either needs to be eaten before that date, or frozen if it’s freezable (we save whatever we can when we receive this kind of food).
After the Best Before date listed on a product, the food will be safe to eat but may not be at its best. Best Before dates appear on a wide range of foods including:
Please read this information in full to ensure you’re up to date with the latest safety guides.
So in mid-winter, 4th December the members of the Fight For Peace Alliance gyms around the country got together for development days, for sharing ideas and strategies post-pandemic.
Hangar Human Performance Centre, our home, was honoured to be selected as the regional host for Wales.
Also the Fight For Peace Chief Executive Jenny Oklikah joined us for the day, a great honour to host her.
We had a great day, and during the morning sessions, ran several sessions around Youth Mental Health, Disability Boxing Inclusion and how we as organisations, can work with Youth Offending Services.
We then shared a meal together, and had time for networking and bonding before an afternoon of training on the mats.
Here’s a little bit more about the Fight For Peace Alliance and what we do. It was great to be part of filming this film!