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Leisure operator Everyone Active has secured management deals for 11 new sites.

The new contracts will take the number of facilities in the company's managed portfolio to 190 facilities.

On 1 April, the leisure operator started a new partnership with Harborough District Council to manage two leisure centres in the Leicestershire towns of Market Harborough and Lutterworth.

It simultaneously commenced a 10-year agreement with North Norfolk District Council to run three leisure centres and three dual-use sites.

As part of the contract, Everyone Active will oversee the construction of a new £10.7m leisure centre that is being built to replace the 30-year-old Splash Centre in Sheringham.

It has also secured a 10-year extension to its existing partnership with Blaby District Council, which will see it continue to manage Enderby Leisure Centre in Leicestershire, as well as take on the operation of the Pavilion Leisure Centre in nearby Huncote.

More than £5m is being invested in the two centres in order to introduce a range of new facilities and activities.

Everyone Active will take on a further two facilities in May, when it begins a 25-year partnership with North West Leicestershire District Council to manager Hood Park Leisure Centre in Ashby de-le-Zouch and Hermitage Leisure Centre in Whitwick.

The latter is due to be replaced by a new state-of-the-art centre in Coalville in 2021.

Everyone Active submitted plans for this development as part of its winning tender, and will be constructing the new site when work begins later this year.

“As a company that started out over 30 years ago by running a single site in the Midlands, it is especially significant to have begun so many new contracts in this area," said Paul Dowling, Everyone Active’s regional director.

“All our partners share our ambition of improving lives through activity.”

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