Thai boxing and high-intensity training are on the menu at a North Walsham gym, which has just been reopened under new owners.

Box Lively, which initially opened its doors in November last year, has been given a revamp under its new leadership team of Ziccol Morris, Callan Sybellas and Raven Hunn.

Mr Hunn, 28, is a Thai boxer who started off training at the town’s old Regal cinema - known as the Regal Fight Club - before it was sold to make way for retirement homes. 

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He then honed his skills in Thai boxing - known as Mauy Thai - in Norwich and in Thailand.

He said: “When I saw Box Lively opened and it was in North Walsham, it left me feeling nostalgic and I knew I wanted to be involved. 

“Now I am involved and also a part owner I plan to bring more awareness to my sport, Muay Thai, and give back to the community where it all started for me.”

Co-owner Ms Morris, 35, has tutored non-contact boxing at schools across north Norfolk, and said she had a keen interest in boxing, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and strength training. 

She is leading women-only sessions at the gym on Wednesdays at 10am. 

Mr Sybellas, 24, got into Muay Thai last year and said he wanted to be a part of keeping the gym open because there is not much in North Walsham for younger people. 

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The gym’s new boxing coach is 41-year-old Paul Davis, who has been involved in the sport for more than 20 years as both an amateur and a professional. 

Danny McIntosh and Darren Flatt originally opened the gym, which is in Gaymer's Way in the town.