Alisha and Ethan have attended their first England training camp in Birmingham over the weekend and enjoyed every minute of it. They both landed new moves and were flying on the day. We now look forward to future camps throughout the year and the possibility of International representation events too.

We are very proud to announce that Ethan has been selected to represent the club on the English National Senior Development Tumbling Squad 2023. We congratulate him and wish him the best of luck for the future.

What a great day was had by all, we came together at the beautiful Vale Royal Abbey to celebrate our wonderful club and the fantastic coaches, volunteers and gymnasts over the past year. Santa Claus and the three Kings Jazz trio helped to create a wonderful warm atmosphere that everyone loved.

We look forward to the new year after such a successful year at the club and hope to grow further and improve everything we do in 2023.

We are so proud to have been chosen by the USA World Championship Teams for both the Mens and Womens to use our clubs Gymnastics facilities at Moss Farm as part of their preparations for the World Championships in Liverpool 2022.

We are grateful for the opportunity to host both of their amazing teams of superb gymnasts and extraordinary coaches, judges, medical staff and officials from USA Gymnastics.

Thanks too for all the lovely comments about our gym and set up and we are so pleased it was “a perfect set up” for the teams over the days they were practising with us.

The Cheshire coaches had a little window of time to get to know them all a little more and chat with all the USA and personal coaches and it was especially lovely to go out to a superb Italian restaurant in little old Middlewich where they kindly opened up just for us!

Hope you enjoy the photo’s and thanks for the gifts, they will be treasured by our coaches x


Alisha Evanson & Ethan Spencer have tumbled their way to a great result in the English Gold Championships in Sheffield in October. Its the first national medal for Ethan so we are so pleased for him and is a testament to his continued hard work. Alisha continues to be successful in National competitions over the last few years and is looking forward to continue increasing the difficulty of her tumbles along with Ethan, well done all.


Day 1 in Liverpool
A Fabulous weekend for our WAG squad
Mia 6th on Vault, Isla – Beam Queen and Judges Award for superb landings on her floor; Peyton – Beam Queen; Bethany – Beam Award for sticking her routine; Meg – Judges Award for Expressive Artistry
Day 2 in Liverpool
INCREDIBLE performances for our gymnasts with a special mention for Lilia Dunne who placed 1st on bars out of a huge category of 59!!! Lilia – Bars GOLD Vault SILVER Floor SILVER Overall 5th plus Beam Queen Award, Excellent Bars Execution, Floor Artistry Award & Great Vault Award! WOW Well done! Issy – 5th Floor & Vault and 4th Bars & Beam plus Beam Queen Award & 4th Overall! Amelia 3rd on Vault & Beam Queen Award! Sian Artistry Award & Beam Queens Pearl, Georgia & Beau! Thank you coaches Alisha & Jasmine for your amazing commitment and growing successes

Wow! what a day for our Trampolinists in Salford – lots of smiles & happy faces after great performances from everybody! Well done gymnasts and the coaching team behind them – Zoe, Jack & Claire

Freya 1st 🥇 Tilda 2nd 🥈 Nia 1st 🥇 Issy 2nd 🥈 Erin 6th, 1st in team Teddy 2nd 🥈 Billy 3rd 🥉 Lewis 1st 🥇 Maria 1st 🥇 Felix 1st 🥇 & Charlie 1st 🥇

Telford International Centre hosted the English Tumbling Championships and Cheshire Gymnastics Club entered just 10 gymnasts and unbelievably took away SIX national titles  and a Bronze Medal too!

SIX New English Champions in just one Weekend out of the 70+ clubs competing from all around the country.

Here are our gymnasts:

Annabelle Garvey 11-12 years English Champion

Dylan Lowth 11-12 years English Champion

Isabella Gorry 13 years + English Champion

Lily Mae Martin 13-14 years English Champion

Harry Sands 11-12 years English Champion

James Appleton 13-14 years English Champion

Joshua Chow 15 years + Bronze Medal

Zachary Modi 11-12 years 4th

Ella Hudson 11-12 years 11th

Leo Rutland 9-10 years 7th

Well done to Alisha Evanson for judging on the weekend and for coaches Laura Hudson & James Garvey.



Alisha Evanson has won the Gold Medal in the National Age Group 17-21 Womens FIG Tumbling competition in June at the Birmingham Arena. This is another national title for Alisha as she moves onto the British Championships now later in the year. We wish her every success in her journey and hope selection to national squads follow on from this growing list of great results for her, keep up the hard work!

In light of the Whyte Review, which we wholly welcome, we are very disappointed to read about the bad practice out there with certain clubs or coaches, we would like to remind our gymnastics community, which includes our gymnasts, their families, our coaches, young leaders, volunteers and visitors, that our aim as a club is to continue to abide by all of the current Governing Body rules and continue to provide full transparency as we feel this is  crucial to us maintaining a safe and fun environment where everybody can thrive.
If you have not yet had the chance to read the Whyte Review please do so.
The British Gymnastics Board have noted:
“We know that the vast majority of you, as stated by Anne Whyte QC are doing a good job and are committed to ensuring we have a positive, safe and healthy environment for everyone involved in our sport. We see many great examples in our clubs, and we want to be able to showcase these. However, as the review has shown there are significant improvements needed to ensure everyone is protected. We all must play a role in ensuring we take on board the recommendations and to consider where we can make improvements.”
The publication of the Whyte Review is a critical moment for gymnastics. All of us must play our part in changing our sport for the better.
By empowering our community to freely communicate, report and to feel confident they will be listened to means everything to us as a club.
Since 2011 as a club we have operated, without exception, an open door policy, which means as our club members you can pop in and observe your child in their sessions without booking in advance at anytime, subject to any recent Covid restrictions being in place. We continue to encourage it and have confidence to offer this level of transparency as we strive to create the safest and most professional environment for our gymnasts and our team.
With all of this in mind if you or others are worried about behaviours and conduct in gymnastics, please email the clubs welfare officers at or contact for help and assistance.