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Roses results

Commonwealth gymnast arrives at club
Arabian welcomes long distance gym star funded by The Engineering Quest...View

International Roses
Milton Keynes see's the biggest one day gymnastic event close in...View

Turbulent week for the club
A tough week...View

International Roses times
Biggest ever turn out for the Roses...View

  • Alan Armitage Head Coach
  • Bryony  Hallett
  • Catherine Brennan
  • Committee members
  • Debra Bucknell
  • Donna Armitage Director
  • Ellie Hewitt
  • Ellie-May Goodall
  • Emily Ashley
  • Faye Treadwell
  • Gina Tanswell
  • Glenn Gamotis
  • Hannah Bond
  • Hannah Thomas
  • Irene Puleston
  • Jaye Thompson
  • Jo Armitage
  • Kelly Clarke
  • Kyla Howton
  • Loraine Willson
  • Loz Albertella
  • Lucy Johnston
  • Michelle Freeman
  • Nicole Kirby
  • Pam Lynch
  • Poppy Gibbs
  • Sam Gavrovski
  • Sammii Willson
  • Sophie Clarke
  • Sophie Peers
  • Vicki Donnell
  • Wendy Kitching
  • Zoe Wickham

Arabian Gymnastics Club Welcome

Arabian School of Gymnastics is a non profit children's charity situated within a new modern leisure centre in the famous Code Breakers town of Bletchley, near Milton Keynes. The club a predominately girls club has 500 registered gymnasts on its books, with another 300 un- registered from Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas. Having said this, there are many boys that attend the recreational classes daily.The charity is very proud to be sponsored & supported by Milton Keynes and Sandy based The Engineering Quest.
The club operates many recreational tutored classes 7 days a week. TELEPHONE 01908 647060

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 May 2015 : The club has had difficulties in recent days with coaches absent due to family reasons or illness including Loraine who was in hospital. This has had the club very much stretched in having classes covered. We would like to thank parents who are aware of the difficulties the club has had and for their kind words and patience. 
May 2015 : The International Roses held in Milton Keynes by Arabian was a huge success despite being over subscribed. Thanks to Olympian and GB gymnast Lisa Mason who attended the event and to the sponsors who also gave out medals and trophies that they sponsored.
April 2015; Anna Coaton continues her good progress with two Golds Medals for bars and her floor in the National Indi Invitation. Natalia Andrzejak also aged 13 had an impressive 4th place on floor and also beam which she stuck in her first ever 4 piece competition. Squad gymnast and coach Hannah Bond( 19) also had a first as she was in charge of the girls from start too finish.
April 22nd: The International Roses has a record 349 gymnasts attending on May 3rd at the event Arabian is holding here in Milton Keynes. Times are within the news section and competition section above. Listing of times are being handed out to each gymnast and are listed on the board in reception. anyone NOT sure MUST contact the club ASAP
April 22nd :Loraine Wilson still in hospital in Milton Keynes, coaches and staff are visiting her where she is stable but still in some discomfort whilst she has tests. Everyone is missing her and the gym  is solo much quieter without her.
April 22nd: Hawaii 2016. There are now presently 6 gymnasts selected and booked fully on flights to compete at two International events next January in Hawaii. The girls will spend two weeks on the paradise Island where they will be involved against many other gymnasts from many countries.
Feb 20th Gymnasts arrive home to big celebration on their successful trip to USA
Feb 16th: Girls in wind chill of -27 battle the severe wind and cold of Chicago. But in the gymnastic arena they turned the heat on their US hosts beating a large number of them as they accumulated 7 medals with each gymnast winning.   CLICK HERE               
Feb 13th GIRLS FLY to Chicago USA to be involved in the biggest gymnastic competition in the World. Not only this, they will be the first ever English girls to be invited to take part. Great pride for the club and the city of Milton Keynes and the clubs sponsors The Engineering Quest who will have their logo and name involved. Click here for the full story                                                                                                         
December 7th: 161 very lucky children are to take part in Arabian's last event of 2014 in the Snowflake challenge. Please click this link
Coach & Gymnast award Dec: Sophie Fretwell was the winner of the biggest Bursary available by the Community Foundation on Tuesday 2nd Dec.She was the last award of the evening and it was to hand her £2,000 towards on going costs. Her coach Alan was also acknowledged for his development of coaches and gymnasts as well as the growth of the club. Click here for more


The club has pay as you go baby and toddler sessions where parents /guardian may attend the venue to play with their child and often socialize with others. The club has a quite wonderful family feel to it with many staff that have been with the club for many years and the bright vibrant colours and clean smelling facility is a huge draw to the 650 additional children and parents that attend these sessions from all areas of Milton Keynes.

In 2006 it was famously awarded sports club of the year for the whole of Buckinghamshire being the only gymnastic club to reap such a prestigious high award. It has also gained SportMK awards of team of the year in Milton Keynes and many other awards for individual successes. The club is a registered children’s charity and has like many charities it depends on business people or kind individuals to make donations to assist the club with its high costs of rent, equipment and re-furbishment costs.

Gymnasts from Arabian have gone on to represent their country in Rugby, Football and Martial arts. The sport is the foundation of development for children to perform in many others sports, a great deal of the top level girls at the club do Athletics, Martial Arts, Korfball, Dancing, Football, Netball. As a club although we want to develop girls to the best of their abilities, we also promote their involvement in other sports offered at schools.
2014 will see the club enter it's 15th year.

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