Belgravia Foundation have recently been successful in their application for the “Supporting Carers Locally” grant.
People who provide ongoing care for others with additional needs commonly set aside their own needs, health and wellbeing to support those they provide care. Research confirms this group of people have poorer physical and mental health than others. Belgravia Foundation works to support the leisure sector to promote access and inclusion for those in need, a purpose which encompasses carers and those for whom they care. Belgravia Leisure has a national priority related to inclusion and access, and works closely with Belgravia Foundation to promote inclusion for the beneﬁt of communities.
Ninja Parc is open for business in Melbourne! Its third centre – the first for the city and the state – opened at 13-17 Burton Court Bayswater on January 16. The opening saw over 200 kids andRead More
Belgravia Group is excited to announce Softball Australia has joined forces as a commercial partner alongside Baseball Australia, Triathlon Australia, Swimming Australia and CommDance. Belgravia GroupRead More
The Belgravia Group – which includes Belgravia Health and Fitness, and Belgravia Leisure – has announced that it will begin a gradual reopening of its facilities. The move is in response to thRead More
Following Belgravia Group’s launch of its Home Fitness Network in March in response to COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, Belgravia Group has this week announced the launch of Live group fitness classeRead More
Following Belgravia Group’s launch of its Home Fitness Network, NovoFit have joined forces to provide more support for members as they continue to prepare for a different way of maintaining their heRead More
Like every business across Australia and New Zealand, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone, including those who work in or frequent health and leisure facilities. As instructed by Government, dRead More