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Broxtowe Leisure Centres – Survey 2019

9th January 2020 Broxtowe Borough Council, Help & Advice, Liberty Leisure, Upcoming Events Tags: 1 Comment


Broxtowe Borough Council are about to embark on the production of a Leisure Strategy to inform development of sport and recreation provision and influence how future resources should be targeted.

CLICK HERE TO TAKE PART IN THE SURVEY.

The focus of this strategy is very much on the future of the Council’s leisure centre sites and the most appropriate provision for the years ahead.

There are some very exciting developments and changes happening in the Borough and sport and recreation facilities continue to be a central part of the overall regeneration of Broxtowe. Improving the facilities for sport and recreation and driving up levels of physical activity both play a key role in the Council’s aspiration to provide better services for our communities and residents.

We would very much like to hear from you, sports clubs and community groups as to what the needs are for sport and leisure in Broxtowe. We would be grateful if you could complete this short survey and provide us with feedback on the current facilities, and what needs and demands your organisation has to be ensure the Council can plan for the future needs of our communities and partners in Broxtowe.

This survey should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. Please note that once started, you must complete the online version of the survey in the same session. You will be unable to save and return to the survey at a later date.

If you have any questions about this survey please contact Chris.Laxton-Kane@lleisure.co.uk (Chris Laxton-Kane, Managing Director, Liberty Leisure Limited)

Many thanks for your assistance with this exciting project and completing the survey.

1 Comment

  1. Paul C Nathanail 2 years Reply

    why the focus on organisations? Bramcote LC is well used by individuals and is very strongly supported by the local residents. Clubs, groups and organisations are also frequent users but individual residents matter, at least as much.

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