4 golds and a silver for the trampoline squad!

On Sunday 3rd Feb 2013 our trampoline squad competed down at Farnborough in the first grading of the season. They had some fantastic results which was a great boost for the club! Jessie Mace won gold and passed to level E with a beautiful routine, Jenna Torrie won gold and passed to level F, Isaac Taylor, his first competition also won gold and passed to F, Coral derfurt won gold and also passed to F, Jarrad miah just missed the gold but won a silver and passed to F. Callum Petchey and Matt Wilcox narrowly missed passing this time so watch this space after March grades! Well done all and thank you to all the coaches involved and the parents support!

In house Floor and vault feb 2013

Sunday 3rd Feb we also ran our in house competition back at Kingston gym! Even though the trampoline squad were down south competing grades we still had our recreation and development trampolinists raring to go! All the groups at MK gym competed. With over 180  from recreation gymnastics, pre school, development squad, womens artistic, mens artistic and tumbling. Well done to Charlotte once again for organizing a fab competition. We look forward to the next!


Regional Mens Championships

November 2012 saw our mens artistic squad performing in Southampton for the regional championships. Jacob Nichols Cooke finished 2nd on floor, pommel and vault for a strong 4th place overall, while Lewis Dean was 1st on parallel bars and high bar to clinch the gold medal overall.

Leo Zervos was 1st on every piece to win gold overall, while Jacob Taylor came 2nd on floor, pommel and rings and harry Saxon came 2nd on floor, vault and high bar. Well done lads!


Autumn in-house

In November 2012 we held our In house competition. This time the gymnasts performed on bench and trampette. It was a fantastic turn out again with competitors as young as 2 years old this time! Our little ones all go away with a medal for taking part in the day. Pictured below is Harvey Dee, one our youngest competitors! In the afternoon our top squad tried out some dare devil routines for the first time in readiness for their important competitions later on in the year. Charlotte Anderson-Pride opened the event with her award winning floor routine which earned her a huge round of applause. Thank you to all the volunteer coaches, judges, scorers and helpers. Without them these events wouldn’t happen and thank you to all the parents for your support.


Bucks County Floor and Vault

In October 2012 MK hosted the county competition and had gymnasts entering at many levels. Sisters Millie and Chloe Doolan both won gold as did Claire White with a very close silver won by Zoe Taylor Ridgeway, while Jazmine Brown claimed bronze. Also winning medals on the day were Molly Casey and Rae Lorissa-Crowe who took silver while Cecillia Adamou won bronze. Well done to coaches Dannielle Moray, Hunter Yeale and Lauren Chudley for all your hard work!


Eleanor Smithson competing in the European Qualifiers,

 Innsbruck, Austria.

The club is based at the Kingston centre just behind Tesco's in Milton Keynes , England . We can boast that our facilities are one of the biggest and best purpose-built centres in the country. The gymnasium is 40 metres by 40 metres with a fitness studio and ballet room also built in. We have a cafe and bar area with a built in seating gallery as well as changing rooms and showers for both male and female. It is a friendly place to come as it is just our club that occupy the centre making it more personal than a normal leisure centre.  It is one of the very few Gym clubs where you can watch your child taking part in the sport they love.
With over 2000 members coming through the doors a week both children, teenagers and adults, we are committed to providing the best quality coaching and customer service making your time here as fun and enjoyable as possible.  The classes start for mums and toddlers right up to adult gym.
The centre and staff won many awards throughout the 23 years of the centre being open. At this moment we have the young persons Buck’s sports personality of the year and were finalists in the arts/sports community project award. Two of our coaches Charlotte and Helen were runners up for sports coaches of the year due to their dedication and love of the sport.
Most of our coaches are our previous champions, including our two head coaches who represented the club, at county, region and at international competitions on numerous occasions.

All of our coaches and staff are fully committed to provide fun, excitement and care in addition to technical coaching in the most spectacular and difficult Olympic sport.



Pictured above - Jesse Mace

 Well done to our TRAMPOLINISTS who competed in grades for the first time on saturday 21st Jan 2012. Jesse Mace, Vickie Hocking, Kaitlyn Grose and Fiona Palk all stuck their routines. Jesse Mace passed her grade G moving up now to grade F.

MK Gymnastics competed in the regional championships on the 24th and 25th of September at the Mount Batten Centre in Portsmouth.

The competition started off with the level 5 age 8 gymnasts in which MK had 2 girls competing. Ellie Botterill had an amazing competition, her beam routine being the highlight of the competition. She ended in gold medal position overall which makes her the regional champion and she also picked up gold medals for her beam, bars and floor routines. Gypsy Squires also competed in this age group finishing 2nd overall and 2nd on beam with an unlucky fall. This was a brilliant result for her as it was the 1st time she had won regional medals.

In the next category, level 5 age 9/10 years 5 girls from MK competed. Kayleigh Matthews, Bryony Matthews, Rebekah Heath, Nikolette Prajapat and Charlotte Hinkins. Kayleigh came out on top of the MK girls finishing 5th overall and winning a silver medal on beam. Charlotte Hinkins won a bronze medal on floor and came 9th overall. Rebekah Heath came 12th, Bryony 13th and Nikolette 23rd. All the girls were brilliant in what was a hard competition and the first regionals for most of the girls.

In the level 4 age 12/13 Georgia Thompson competed for MK and really was a class above the rest. She had a clean competition and ended up as the regional champion in her first ever regional competition. She also won the gold medal on beam and bars.

Eleanor and Charlotte Smithson were the last to compete for the club in the level 3 age 11/12 category. Eleanor picked up an injury on floor meaning that she could not finish her competition but came 8th on beam in tough competition. Charlotte did finish her all around competition with only 1 fall and ended up 12th out of 25. She came 5th on bars which is a brilliant result for her and the club.

It was a brilliant competition for the club bringing home 2 regional champions and 11 regional medals. Well done girls.


 The Buckinghamshire Gymnastics Individual Aparatus Competition saw excellent routines from Milton Keynes Girls. Gypsey Squires and Ellie Botterill netted 5 gold medals, 4 silver and a Bronze in level 5 in age. Ellie scored the highest total (53.8) of all 70 gymnasts competing that day beating all other clubs. Milton keynes Gymnastics did well in most categories. Kayleigh Mathews took Gold on Bars and a Bronze, Bryony Mathews a Silver and a Bronze, Charlotte Hinkins 3 Golds a Silver and a Bronze, Nickolet Prajapat 2 Silvers and 3 Bronze, Rebekah Heath 2 Bronze, Georgia Thompson 2 Silvers and a Gold, Eleanor Smithson 3 Golds and a Silver, Charlotte Smithson 1 bronze and 2 Silvers.  Well Done to all the Girls it was a Brilliant Competition. 

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Leo Takes Second Place at Nationals
A very big WELL DONE to Leo Zervos who took second place at The Nationals in Birmingham on Sunday 15th May. Full story to follow. 

Our Gymnast enjoy Roses Invitational

Nine of our gymnast competed in the Rose’s Invitational held at Kingston gymnastic centre on Sunday 1stMay this was a very enjoyable comp, Natalie Cooper had a very good day and done especially well on beam. Iona Mackenzie took gold on trampette in the age 8 group, in age 9 group Poppy Jones took gold on Beam, Sophie Mardell won 2 silvers and a bronze. Chloe Eyers  gold and bronze. In the age 7 group Karis Hadaway took 2 bronze & 4 silvers with Chloe Eyers taking gold on bars and bronze on beam. In the wild rose section Amari freckleton won 2 silver and a bronze and Charlotte Anderson won 2 bronze, silver and gold. Alysha Howton in the youngest group won bronze on vault and gold on trampette. They all done extremely well and enjoyed the day.
Bucks Grades 2011
On the 3rd April 2011, 18 gymnasts took part in the regional Grades Competition for Buckinghamshire:
Sophie Mardell, Cobie Mayor, Chloe Eyres, Tess Worthington, Abbie Garcia, Jasmine Trapnell, Beth Mitchell, Elle Lane, Mia Thompson, Emily Campbell,   Bethany Redsull Keeler, Paige Lannin, Imogen Mason, Charlotte Burns, Karis Haddaway, Ellie Keeley, Natalie Potter, Megan Burgess
We are pleased to say that they all PASSED!!!!!!!!!! a few also got distinctions which means they got a score of 60 or more and includes 10 for range and conditioning, they can now move on to the next grade.
13 of the gymnasts got a pass mark which entitled them to go to the southern Regional finals held on the 10th April at Phoenix gymnastics club.
This was a very large competition with 58 gymnasts in the Grade 14 alone despite this Sophie Mardell managed 11th Place and Karis Haddaway was 19th the other gymnasts in this grade also did very well and should be very proud of themselves. 
Grade 13 saw 36 gymnasts again even though we did not bring the medals home the gymnasts really did very well and worked hard.
It was a very hot day in the afternoon saw 2 gymnasts compete again the experience for them was good and they tried their best.
We are all so proud of all of the girls who took part in both competitions it was a great experience for them and we hope they have all gained confidence with competing and wish them luck with their future competitions.
Two regional Elite Grade champions at MK Gymnastics
On Sunday 13th of March, six gymnasts from Milton Keynes gymnastics travelled to Portsmouth for the Southern Region Elite grades.In the Elite 5 category Ellie Boterill, Cosima Thorne and Gypsy Squires battled it out with 4 other clubs in their first ever regional competition.  Ellie had a fabulous competition astonishing the audience and coaches especially on the beam, holding her nerve well. She gained an overall score of 59.15 putting her in first place and making her the level 5 regional champion.Gypsy Squires and Cosima Thorne also had a brilliant competition. Cosima vaulted with style being awarded a 12.0 which was her highest score and Gypsy Squires achieving the best floor score of all the level 5 gymnasts with a score of 12.1.
Gypsy achieved and overall score of 55.2 placing her 4th and Cosima an overall score of 52.8 placing her 5th.
In the Elite 3 section Paris Johns, Eleanor Smithson and Charlotte Smithson really proved themselves as being elite all passing their grade with difficult routines.Paris was stunning having no falls on any apparatus. Her best score was on the vault where she flew through the air to gain 12.2. Her overall score was 56.5 winning her the gold medal and making her the southern region level 3 out of age champion.Eleanor performed out of her skin with an absolutely beautiful floor routine and a solid performance all round with no falls securing her an overall silver medal with the score of 54.4.
Charlotte was very unlucky not to medal missing out by just 0.4 from the bronze which would have made it a clean sweep for mk gymnastics. She performed really well with just a couple of unlucky falls to achieve an overall score of 51.1. This put her in 4th but still passing her elite grade by a very comfortable margin. Charlotte Atkinson and Helen Winder, the coaches of the girls commented that they are very proud of the girls and think this is a great new start for the club.
Paris, Eleanor and Charlotte also travelled to Austria the weekend of the 5th and performed their voluntary routines well in an extremely hard competition with the best children in Europe. The held their nerve in difficult circumstances and had hardly any falls. Paris came 11th, Charlotte came 12th and Eleanor came 13th. It was a great competition and the girls had great fun in Innsbruck going on a trip up the mountains the day after the competition (a fitting reward) Mk Gymnastics have had an amazing 2 weeks and we are all in anticipation as to what these elite girls will achieve next.

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Tom Wilson comp 2010
A fantastic day was enjoyed by all in this years Tom Wilson Invitational competition. the clubs attending were Portsmouth, Manx, Austria, Northampton, Ellan Vannin, and of course Milton Keynes!!
In the under 10 level 1, Harry Saxon won 1 silver and a gold, Leo Zervos won 3 silvers , 1 gold and 2 bronze. Andrew Beckley won 4 bronze and a gold, Sam Smith silver. In the under 10 development Jacob Taylor won 1 bronze, 1 silver and 1 gold, jack moles won 1 silver and a gold, tom moles won 1 bronze, tom spackman won 1 bronze and a gold, lucas hadaway won a silver. In the under 11 Alex Todd won 4 silver, a bronze and a gold. Dominic Wishart won 3 bronze and a gold and Lewis Buckingham won 3 golds a silver and a bronze. In the under 12s Henry Stockwell won 3 gols, 1 silver and 2 bronze, Jacob Nichols Cook won 1 bronze, 4 silver and a gold and robert Fallows won a bronze. In the under 13s, Lewis Dean won 2 bronze and 4 golds, Gregory Beckley won 2 bronze, 3 silver and a gold. In the under 14s Edward Dean won 6 golds and Mathew Wilson won 6 silver. In the under 18s ashley stone won 3 silver  and a bronze, bradley smith won 3 bronze and 3 silver, and Dylon Zastron won 6 golds. Kirrill Grigoriev was the only competitor this year in the over 18s as The Austrians were at a national comp. He still performed extremely well performing some difficult new skills. The standard of gymnastics was very good as always by all the boys

below - Beth Mitchel, Gemma Eyres, Edward Dean, Robert Fallows
Haul in the medals
Well Done to Our Tumblers who performed extremely well down in Southampton on 13th November 2010
They did extremly well and all medalled. Beth Mitchel won silver as did Gemma Eyres for her age group. The boys won their competiton with both Edward Dean and Robert Fallows winning Gold! We are very proud of them all.

On Sunday 10th Oct, Kingston Gymnasticsheld the Bucks Tumbling and Sports Acro competition run by Martin Ellwood and his team. All our gymnasts did very well! The competition consists of 3 runs down the tumbling track. Each run consists of multiple flicks, somersaults, and twists. In regional level tumbling, Emily Davies won bronze, Abigail Garcia won silver and Mia Thompson won the gold. Kaitlin Grose won the bronze for her age group. Jemma Eyres had an excellent competition with 3 fantastic tumble runs winning gold for both county and the open. In the national competition. Beth Mitchel won the gold, Louise Jones the bronze and Naomi Hammet won the silver. Our boys also did extremely well in the national competition with Robert fallows taking the bronze and Henry Stockwell winning the gold. In national 2, Gregory Beckley won silver and Edward Dean won the gold. In national 3 Bradley Smith won the gold. In the Elite levels both the boys and girls also medaled well! Ella Cusack won the gold for the girls and Dylan Zastron and William Breslin both won gold for the boys. All have been invited to take part in the regional finals in Andover in November and we wish them all the best!

Isle of Man 2010
In the boys competition all the boys performed extremely well bringing home 16 international medals to MK. These included Leo Zervos taking 3 golds, 2 silver and 1 bronze and overall champion. Harry Saxon took 2 silvers and 1 bronze, Andrew Beckley 9th Overall, Alex Todd took 2 golds, 2 silvers and a bronze, Lewis Buckingham 1 gold and 1 silver, Andrew Beckley came 22nd overall. This competition was also of a very high standard and all performed extremely well and showed that MK gym are truly back on the road to Elite gymnastics
On Fri 12th Oct  2010 , 21 gymnasts from milton keynes gymnastics flew to the isle of Man to compete in their invitational competiton. The competition went really well with all the gymnasts competing to the best of their ability. In the girls competition the standard was exceptionally high with the girls competing against twice their age. This did not however stop the girls from doing their best. 5 of the 10 gymnasts placing in the top 30 and Paris Johns placing 6th out of 56, making a credible performance from all the MK team. Gymnasts that took part were Ellie Bottrill, Gypsy Squires, Larisha Lee, charlotte Smithson, Eleanor Smithson, Emily Owen, Louisa Cuthbert, Anna Jenkin, Charlotte Hinkins, and Paris Johns
Gymnasts rise to the challenge for Kingston again!!
The Buckinghamshire Open Championships was held at the Kingston Centre on the 19th September. Eight gymnasts in total from Kingston gymnastics entered and with stunning performances all came away with medals. In the Novice section, Gypsy Squires pulled off almost clean routines on all four apparatus, performing new skills on both floor and beam to secure 5 gold medals for each piece and overall.
In level 5 out of age Charlotte Hinkins came out on top overall winning the bronze medal and also picking up a bronze on beam. Rebekah Heath performed a good vault to win the bronze medal and went clean on bars coming away with a bronze for her effort. Nikolette Prajapat competed in her first bucks competition this year and she did brilliantly winning a silver medal for her performance on bars and a bronze for  well performed floor routine.
Abigail Jones won a silver for a wopping vault and was unlucky not to place on any other apparatus as she performed very well. Moving up to the level four out of age section, Eleanor and Charlotte Smithson both came away with bronze medals. Eleanor performed a totally stuck beam routine containing a range of new skills and Charlotte flew over the vault with speed and height to get her personal best score on the apparatus. Naomi Hammett also performed brilliantly winning a silver medal on the vault.
A week later Larisha Lee competed in the Southern Region Age Group Championships held at Basingstoke Gymnastics Club. It was a difficult competition being up against the best in the south of  Englandbut Larisha held her own achieving fourth place overall. She had an unlucky fall on the bars which cost her a medal overall but competed a beautiful beam routine which stunned the audience with everyone focusing on her. The routine won her the silver medal which is the first southern region medal won by Milton Keynes Gymnastics in Women’s Artistic gymnastics for a number of years. Her solid performance all round turned heads of leading clubs in the region and gained her a place in regional squad

Star Invitational Competition
On the 20th June 2010 we held our first Star Invitational Competition, 5 clubs were involved, Jersy Gymnastics Club, Burnham Gymnastics Club, Rugby Gymnastics Club, Dunstable Gymnastics Club and ourselves.
This competition was aimed at our development groups as they do not get the chance to compete very often unless its grades, so we held a competition for them.

MK boys bring home the medals'
12 boys from Milton Keynes Gymnastics entered Spalding friendly competition this month. All had a great competition taking a variety of medals on the apparatus. For some of the boys it was their first competition at another club and they did themselves proud! It was certainly good to hear the cheers for Bradley and Dylan doing their Tsukahara Vaults and landing them. All of them came back with fantastic results. Bradley Smith won 2 gold, a silver, 3 bronze and first overall,  Dylan Zastron won 4 golds, a silver and second overall. Edward Dean won 5 golds, Lewis Dean won 4 golds, 1 silver and a bronze. Jacob Nichols Cooke won 5 silver and a Gold, Gregory Beckley won 5 bronze medals and third overall, Lewis Buckingham won 3 bronze and 1 silver, Alex Todd won 1 gold and 1 bronze, Dominic Wilshart won 1 gold and 1 silver, Lawrence Nichols Cooke won 1 bronze, Andrew Beckley won 2 bronze, and Harry Saxon won 3 silver and 1 gold.
Well done to All of them!
Our Floor & Vault competition on sunday 9th May was a great success with all of our gymnast enjoying showing their parents and Grandparents what they have learnt along with many acheiving medals and all receiving certificates for their great work. Mcrphotos was in on the day taking many photos of the children enjoying themselves and they can be viewed at WWW.MRCPHOTO.CO.UK
We would like to say a big thank you to Actions Storage for their kind donation of lockers which the Mens Artistic squad was very gratfull to accept as we only had 3 lockers amonst a squad of 30 boys now they have 18 thank you. We also would like to give a big thank you to Alison Johns who arranged for us to be given from her place of work some well needed office furniture that they didnt need anymore.
Kingston Sports Enters the First Uk Gymnastics Competition
Sunday 11th April 2010 Gymnasts from Kingston Sport entered the first UK Gymnastics competition. It was a fantastic day with all three girls earning medals with Melissa Wong coming first place with score of 23.35. Jasmine webb did very well with a score of 20.90 & Chloe Mortimer came in 3rd place with a score of 24.85.
On Sunday March 21st Kingston gymnastic centre hosted the Bucks General Floor & Vault. Firstly in the morning we had the level 8 competition this level had the biggest amount of children entered, representing Milton Keynes we had Paige Lanin & Chloe Rodgers both girls did extreamly well as it was their first bucks competition. Paige came 9th and Chloe 14th. Next it was level 9 competition representing MK we had Summer Crofts, Jessica Pitts, Jessica Bailey, Chloe Doolan, Jasmine Brown, Millie Doolan, Freya Grey, Abbie Garcia & Jasmine trapnell. The girls Performed to their best Jessica Pitts came 2n and Summer crofts came 4th. In the afternoon we had the level 10 competition Representing MK we had Abigail Dunford She performe extreamly well and got herself  a bronze medal and now goes up a level and competes in level 9 next time.
Well Done Girls We are All Very Proud of You.

Compulsory Grades

On 14th March 2010 Mk Gymnastics took 2 children to the eastern region elite grades, Charlotte Smithson competing in the Compulsory 4 section had an outstanding competition showing all competitors that MK Gym are truly on the road to succes, Charlotte not only passed her grade but walked away with the gold overall medal. The other competitor for Mk Gym was Larisha Lee who competed in the elite 5 category, Larisha had an impressive comp for such a young gymnast, She showed great talent and held her nerve well against GB's best of that age, Passing with a mark of distinction and claiming a top spot on Beam. Both girls were a credit to MK Gym and their coaches.

Gymnast Compete in Austria

5 of our gymnast flew to Innsbruck Austria to compete in the Attila Pinter International Competition on March 18th.
This Competition is by many clubs and countries used as a trial for European Championships so it was clear to the girls and boys competing that they had to do their best against some of the best junior gymnasts in Europe. The girls took to the stage first and with beam as their first piece the pressure was on, all the girls had new beam routines with new moves to compete and coped with them extreamely well, they then proceeded to vault for another clean round. Bars followed and a new bar routine again proved that the girls were having a good comp. Floor was their final piece and all 3 girls competed with such prefessionalism, new tumbles and choreography showed some PB's for their marks on floor. A fantastic comp flying the GB & MK Gym flag proudly were Caolifhinn Mcginnity, Charlotte & Eleanor Smithson. In the boys section Dylan Zastron competed all new rutines and did us pround showing that all his work had paid offby claiming a 20 spot. Bradley Smith Competed in the afternoon and again did his coaches and the gym proud by also placing in the top 20. Well done to all, a credit to your club and coaches.
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Isle of Man International Competition
On Friday 4th December 09 Mk Gymnastics Team flew to the Isle of Man to compete in an International High Performance competition, For many for the gymnast it was their first time away from home.
Considering the high level of the gymnastics all the gymnasts performed brilliantly.
The girls competition was held on the Saturday and the girls performed beautifully, the highlights of the day were Paris Johns performing her tuck tsuk on vault to bring home Mk gymnastics first Gold International medal in over 5 years, Paris also took silver on Bars and came 3rd overall.
Mks best result in the junior section was Eleanor Smithson coming 4th on beam with an immaculate performance.
The boys competition took place o the Sunday at the Ellan Vannin club which was a very good day for our boys with Leo Zervos taking gold on Floor & Rings, Silver on p bars & high bars, Bronze on pommel and taking gold overall Lewis Buckingham taking gold on P bars & high bar, Silver on Pommel & Rings and Bronze overall in the under 10s.
Henry Stockwell moved a level to under 12s for the first time and walked away with Gold on Rings and Bronze on P bars & Vault and then Bronze overall which was fantastic for his first time at that level.
Dylan Zastron wiped the board with gold on all 6 pieces and overall and Bradley Smith taking bronze overall in the under 14s.
 All our gymnast performed fantastic and the team at Mk are very proud of them all.

On Sunday 29th November 2009 we held our 3rd competition in memory or your beloved Coach Tom Willson. We had many entries from Woking, Dynamo, Raans, Northampton, Tolworth, Portsmouth, City of Newcastle, Rushmoor, Manx & Ellan Vannin from the Isle of  Man and Innsbrook & Graz from Austria.
We also had 16 boys from our Men’s artistic Squad take part in which was a very enjoyable and successful day. We had boys as young as 6 taking part right up to seniors.

Many medals were won for overall and individual apparatus with our Andrew Beckley taking Silver in the under 6, Gold for Leo Zervos in the under 7, Henry Stockwell took silver in the under 10 and Kirill Grigoryev  taking Gold overall in the seniors. Also Lewis Buckingham  came 1st on floor and 2nd on vault & Alex Todd came 1st on vault in the under 9s. With Jacob Nichols-cook coming 1st on floor, rings & vault and 3rd on pommel. Robert Fallows coming 2nd on floor and vault in the under 10s.

We would like to say thank you to the judges and a very big thank you to everyone for their help on the day. And of course to all the boys who entered and made the competition very enjoyable for everyone.
This years Tom Willson invitational will be held on Sunday 21st November 2010 make a date in your diary.

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Our Summer Gala - we all had a  fantastic day


Congratulations to all our coaches and staff who have helped us towards achieving our GymMark award. This is an award in partnership with sport England and sports councils which recognizes clubs which provide quality experiences. The criteria to achieve this has been to ensure we are providing a safe, effective and child friendly environment and to constantly keep up to date all our records on qualification of coaches and their ratios, CRB checks for all helpers and coaches and processes to monitor safety.

It also means that all our staff are trained to the highest of standard within their field of expertise. Included within this is child protection, equity and ethics. We provide equal opportunities to all the community from pre school to adults and offer this to all levels of ability.

It has taken some time to achieve this due to the many coaches we have here and the need to get them qualified in the many different areas in order to comply with these regulations. Our thanks go out to all our staff and coaches who have sacrificed many a weekend to attend various courses!

well done to all those who competed on sunday 13th Feb!

Bucks Competition 2012!!

Well done to all our gymnasts who competed in the Bucks Floor and Vault on 11th March 2012!

In the girls Level 9 competition Jess Weatherley scored  23.90, Eustace Kunaka scored 26.40 taking the gold overall. Cecilia Adamou took the silver. Also competing level 9 were Sian williams with a score of 25.20, Daisy Gilchrist with 25.20 and meah Bates with 25.20. In level 8 Zoe Taylor Ridgeway won gold with a score of 27.90. In level 7 Jazmine Brown achieved a score of 26.80.

The boys in level 7 , Tanner Stott won the gold with a score of 26.70 and Mathew Callow won the silver with a score of 23.30.


 Connie Robinson and William Breslin who passed their Elite tumbling grade with flying colours!! William scored 68.80 and Connie scored 74.20.

Isle of Man Competition 2011

6 boys from Mk gymnastics club attended the invitational Mens Artistic Competition at the end of November. On the Saturday Gregory Beckley brought  home 4 silver medals and 2 gold medals taking silver overall. Lewis Buckingham won 2 bronze, 3 silver medal, 1 gold and silver overall. Dominic won 2 bronze, 2 silver and 2 gold medals taking bronze overall.

On Sunday our younger gymnasts also performed very well. The level of competiton was very high so unfortunately not all medalled this time. Andrew Beckley took 5 medals, 1 gold and silver overall . Leo Zervous came home with 1 bronze, 2 gold medals and gold overall.

It was a fantastic weekend away made even more wonderful  with the winning of medals. Their coaches are very proud!

It was a fantastic gala that Kingston gymnastics put on Sunday 19th July. With nearly 250 gymnasts and dancers entered and 42 different shows, it was a record! In the morning we had all our pre school classes dancing to the glow worm song and then showing how brave they were on the balance beam. Then we had all our recreation gymnasts performing to songs such as high school musical, Hannah Montana and the Wizard of Oz. We had our development squads, some in very sparkly costumes, dancing to Abba and flashdance. We had all our pretty ballerinas in lovely costumes and all our cheer leaders too putting on some great dances. After lunch we had a brilliant performance by NEMISIS which received a huge round of applause. In the afternoon all our squads put on various shows for the audience with our junior boys performing a rap dance. Our finale with our senior boys, girls and the star of the show, 4 year old Lana doing a production of Thriller all dressed up in their zombie gear! We then had a Thriller dance off with all the coaches and gymnasts joining in, coach Alison Johns won.  Julie Doyle, Manager, was presented with our gym mark plaque from British Gymnastics by Helen Bushel who came to see the gala. If you would like any information on any of the classes please call 01908 586500 or Email gym@mkgym.co.uk or go to www.mkgym.co.uk.

Milton Keynes Gymnastics club certainly brought home the medals last Sunday 12th July. On home turf here at Kingston we held a general Team competition. In our over 7's team Abbie Garcia, Freya Grey, Phoebe Wai, Abbie Dunford won the Silver. In our over 12's team Beatrice Ferris, Violet Hitchins, Kirsty Waller and Elouise Dean won the bronze and our 3rd team of over 10s Jazmine Brown, Charlotte Burns, Claire White, and Megan Burgess won bronze.The competition held a good atmosphere, being efficently planned by Brian Duley, and was enjoyed by all.  

 Our Elite Womens Artistic competed in the Bucks county 'in age' competiton in Aylesbury where our 5 girls had a fantastic competition. Paris Johns won silver on each piece of equipment and silver overall, her clear hip to HANDSTAND on bars and her full twist on floor being the highlights of her day! Larishe Lee won gold on 4 pieces and gold overall. Larisha only being 7 managed to perform all of her routines under enormous pressure. Liberty Taverner won bronze on the floor being one of the most beautiful routines of the day. Naomi Hammett won silver on beam being the only gymnast in the competition to stick her entire beam routine. Eleanor Smithson had a fantastic competition athough not winning a medal, her coaches believe that she handled the pressure well, and was the most mature, elegant gymnast of the day.  

Over at The Marriots Gym club in Herts our boys competed in the open county competition. In the under 14 competition Bradley Smith won bronze on floor, Edward Dean won bronze on pommel, silver on rings and bronze on vault, Dylan Zastron won bronze on floor, gold on pommel, bronze on rings, bronze on P bars, and bronze on high bar. In the under 12's, Gregory Beckley got bronze on high bar and won the county cup much to the delight of his coaches and supporters. In the under 10's Henry Stockwell won bronze on P bar and took the county cup for the under 10's.  In the under 8's Leo Zervos won gold on pommel and Aybulat Ikhsanov won gold on floor, gold on pommel, bronze on vault, finally taking the gold and cup overall. Well done to all of our gymnasts who performed and a big thank you to all their coaches! '

Our tumblers had a fantastic day down at Andover gym club on Sunday 28th June. It was the summer region summer acro tournament and we brought home 4 medals. William Breslin won bronze, Emily Cullum won Gold, Ella Cusack won silver and Nicola Greenaway won gold. Well done to you all and to your coach Glynn.

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Newsletter - December 2008
Congratulations Loraine - Sports achiever of the year for Bucks County.
The whole of the Milton Keynes gymnastics is proud of Loraine Willson for achieving this award. Loraine has been at the centre for 15 years and has been involved in gymnastics for over 25 years.  Loraine in that time has coached PreSchool, special needs and boy’s artistic gymnastics. She has been an inspiration to all the children in her care over the years.  Her commitment to the sport and to Milton Keynes Gymnastics is an example to us all. Well done Loraine

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We now have a facility where you can place your child on a waiting list, just click here or the button named "Join Waiting List" at the top of any page, fill out the form and leave the rest to us, thanks

In addition to a wide range of gymnastics classes and a competitive gymnastics squad, we have a fully equipped fitness studio, large dance studio, cafe and bar, and are home to a number of other classes such as self-defence, ballet, dance and even slimming!  Children can even enjoy one of our exciting Acro Batty Parties! Simply press on one of the icons above to view the area you are interested in finding out more about.
We have all sorts of activities and classes for babies, toddlers, juniors, teenagers, parents and grandparents! There really is something for everyone and with fully qualified  and friendly coaches in all areas you will have a great deal of fun, excel at what you are doing and be safe at all times.
Are you a home educator? We do run classes gymnastic, trampoline and dance to GCSE level.
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