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If you're still in search of a new hobby or exercise regime for 2014, here's some EC1 inspiration...

BBC presenter Andrew Marr said recently that drawing was good for the soul. So why not sign up to the new life drawing class at The Goldsmiths' Centre on the last Tuesday of each month? (www.londondrawing.com) If you'd rather latch onto an exercise trend, TenPilates in Hatton Garden suggests that HiiT (High-Intensity Intensive Training) is the endurance test du jour in 2014. (www.tenpilates.com) And if you just want to try something completely different, T3 Triples PingPong is the Wiff Waff you know and love - but with six players on a circular table. Invest in this quirky game, which was designed by a company in Saffron Hill, or find out where to play in EC1.
(www.t3pingpong.com)

 

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