Our Activity Centre is warm, welcoming and friendly space. We provide a safe haven for children of all ages and abilities to learn gymnastics, trampolining and most importantly have fun. Neath Afan’s focus is not only on developing gymnastics skills but enhancing real life development in children of all ages and abilities. Our key focus is to encourage a love of physical activity for life and to enhance young minds to become more confident, resourceful, resilient and independent.
We are a not for profit community enterprise whose revenues are used to grow and improve the club for the
benefit of the community.
What Our Families are Saying
Fiona, mum of Aubree, 6 year old competitive gymnast and Darcy & Oakley, FuntastiX
“Neath-Afan is a very friendly and all inclusive gym that all 3 of my children love!”
Becky, mum of Sofia aged 8
“Gymnastics has given my daughter so much confidence. She loves the coaches and the many friends she has made through the club. I would highly recommend Neath-Afan”
Emma, mum of 9 year old Gracie, competitive gymnast
“My daughter absolutely loves being part of the Neath Afan gymnastics family! It has helped her in all aspects of life with confidence, discipline and a great work ethic which helps with school! Fab facilities and the coaches are amazing. They are always understanding and supportive to all the gymnasts!! My daughter loves it there, it’s like her 2nd home.”
John, dad of Chloe 7, Charlotte 9 and Emily 16.
“I have to say that we feel well and truly part of the Neath Afan Gymnastics club, we have three daughters involved there Emily, Charlotte and Chloe, two gymnasts and one who works there, fantastic club and fantastic people.”
Lucy, mum of Rory, aged 6, No Limits Disability Trampolining classes
“No limits trampolining has given Rory an opportunity to join in and develop skills while having great fun. A wonderful team of people giving all children, regardless of their needs, a great experience. I never thought Rory would ever be able to do anything like this especially unsupervised. The fact that he goes, listens and enjoys makes us happier than you can imagine. Bringing up a child like Rory can be hard at times but to find somewhere he fits in, can be himself and you still get him to learn is amazing. Thank you all so much for what you do for him.”