Rhythmic Gymnastics Club has been founded by the Friendship Society and it is registered with the British Gymnastics Association (registration No.80780). A&V stands for Amicitia & Validus , which in Latin means " Friendship and Mighty ".

You can find out more about rhythmic gymnastics on the website of the British Gymnastics Association .

We believe that all children can achieve a lot in rhythmic gymnastics, if they have the support of professional trainers and are surrounded by similar minded friends. A&V Rhythmic Gymnastics Club wishes to help every child to succeed in rhythmic gymnastics and have an opportunity to have access to this great sporting activity, which will help them in many ways in everyday life.


RG Professional new carpet

12 m. sufffiecient height for rhythmic gymanstics

33m x 22 m sufficient space for 50 gymnasts

Rhythmic Gymnastics equipement for recreational gymnasts

Audio systems

Ballet studio with bars and wall mirrow

Changing rooms

Free parking

Excellence, Fitness, Friendship

IFDPA 2014 – Gymnastique Magique

A & V Rhythmic Team won 3rd place in the junior group category for their Candy Man routine in Gymnastique Magique, competition hosted by the International Festival of Dance & Performing Arts (IFDPA) in Disneyland , Paris. The standart of all the performers were high and A & V girls put on a fantastic show, executing competition snd show case routines beautifully. On Sunday the girls aged 8 and over took part in the Disney Pre-Parade along the park’s Main Street, USA. The routine has been specially prepared by Disney Choreographers bringing everyone together for a final magical experience.

All girls had much deserved fun in the Walt Disney Studious and Disney Park.

A & V Summer Camp 2014

Gymnasts had a week of training on body and apparatus technique. They worked on the new apparatus skills, had ballet classes and dance training. They also had fun time with friends.

Bacon college ballet

Gymfusion 2014

A & V Rhythmic Club took part in Gymfusion, British Gymnastics National Festival Programme on 27th April 2014.

“Next Generation”

National Grades finals


Sophia Clark and Florence Hodge took part in Zone A Grades competition on 15th March 2014 held in City of Canterbury Rhythmic Gymnastics Club.
Florence was awarded grade 6 and Sophia grade 8.
All gymnasts who wish to compete at the national level must complete Zone Grades. The scores obtained in this competition determine whether gymnasts will compete in novice competitions during the year, or whether they can compete at the National GradesFinals or the British Championship.
Both gymnasts Florence Hodge and Sophia Clark have been qualified to compete in National Development Plan (NDP) Finals.