Freedom Leisure, one of the UK’s leading charitable and not-for-profit leisure trusts that manages over 100 leisure and cultural facilities on behalf of client partners across the country, has announced that it is adding more facilities and venues to its already impressive portfolio of leisure and cultural facilities.
On 1 May the trust will be taking over the operation of Tenterden Leisure Centre in Kent and, following a successful tendering process, in August Freedom Leisure will add the leisure centres in Cirencester, Bourton-on-the-Water and Chipping Campden as well as The Corinium Museum in Cirencester in partnership with Cotswolds District Council.
“We are delighted to be adding to our existing centres in Kent with the addition of Tenterden Leisure Centre and to have been awarded both the leisure and cultural contracts in the Cotswolds, we can’t wait to get started. Our vision is to improve lives through leisure and we very much look forward to working with our new colleagues at these vitally important local amenities and improving the leisure provision for the whole community and really making a difference to their health and wellbeing.”
Ivan Horsfall Turner
Freedom Leisure was formed in 2002 and since then has seen exponential growth. At that time, Freedom was managing four leisure centres on behalf of Wealden District Council and today it has seen that figure rise to 108 facilities across England and Wales from Great Yarmouth to Wrexham, Sandwich to Swansea.