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Zumba Class

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What: Zumba Class - Wednesdays
Come and Join our friendly weekly class, dance, giggle & wiggle!! You dont have to know how to dance, just turn up and follow my lead, non complicated routines this class is designed for everybody! :-) Every Wednesday 7:30-8:30pm
Where: Guildhall, Bradninch
When: Wednesdays
How Much: £4 per class
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More Information:
  1. Telephone: 07909 528 084
  2. Event Link: Zumba Class

The events below are a selection from the What's on in Exeter calendar listings for 2017 and 2018 that features a selection of events taking place in the city together with more from the surrounding area of Devon.

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