We are a fun, friendly club with recreational and competitive sessions in a variety of gymnastics disciplines.
We compete trampolining and double mini-trampolining and will be entering children into tumbling competitions soon. We also have sessions in recreational artistic gymnastics and Free-G (based on parkour, tricking and freerunning). All children who attend the club work towards British Gymnastics proficiency awards and develop competition routines or tumbling passes when they are more advanced. Please note we do not compete artistic gymnastics.
Our trampolinists and double mini trampolinists have won medals at county, regional and national competitions, and some are currently in the South West squad.
Many of our gymnasts have won medals at the Devon Games to Inspire and South West Youth Games, and we will be entering more into tumbling competitions very soon. For our coach and club profiles, please see our profiles page.
If you are new to the club, you might find the following information useful:
What to wear
Beginners: Leotard or t-shirt and tight-fitting shorts or leggings. Avoid trousers or tops with buttons. Dresses, jeans and crop tops are not suitable.
Intermediate/advanced: Leotard and shorts or leggings
Please ensure that long hair is tied back, and that all jewellery is removed or taped. Although the children will normally train in bare feet, they will need to bring socks as we sometimes do trampolining. If your child has a verruca, please ensure that it is covered. If this is not possible, they will need to wear footwear suitable for physical activity, such as trainers, plimsolls or gym shoes.
What to bring
How to find us
We hold our gymnastics and double mini-trampoline sessions in the gymnasium at Okehampton College, Mill Road, Okehampton, Devon, EX20 1PW. Trampolining takes place at Parklands Leisure Centre, EX20 1EP, and Monday and Friday Okey Cokey Gymnastics is at the Okey Cokey Play Centre, EX20 1BQ.
Directions to Okehampton College Gym:
- From Mill Road, turn into Simmons Way, bearing right onto Courtenay Road, which takes you along the back of the college towards the new Pavilion and tennis courts.
- Be aware of the unfenced stream on the left of the lane.
- Half-way down Courtenay Road is a pair of blue gates.
- Turn right through the blue gates and go down the ramp.
- Straight ahead of you is the college sports hall, and down the steps to the right is the college gym.
How to pay
Fees are due every term and can now be paid online. An online discount of 50p per session is available if fees are paid before the first week of each term. Parents whose children are trying the club for the first time can pay for their first session to see how they get on, and then pay for the rest of term the following week if they decide to continue.
Please see our Sessions and Fees page for more information.