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Everyone Active has won the contract to manage and operate leisure centres in Warwick over the next ten years.

The deal means that Sports and Leisure Management, which trades as Everyone Active, will take over the management of the newly refurbished Newbold Comyn and St Nicholas Park leisure centres, which are undergoing a £14.5m revamp, as well as Abbey Fields Swimming Pool, Castle Farm Recreation Centre, Meadow Community Sports Centre and John Atkinson Sports Centre.

The contract, which begins on 1 June 2017, follows a 12-month procurement process by Warwick District Council.

The leisure centres will remain in council ownership and under the agreement the local authority will continue to control a selection of prices for concession users. Leisure centre staff employed by the council will transfer to Everyone Active on 1 June.

David Bibby, SLM managing director, said: "We are delighted to be chosen by Warwick District Council to manage its leisure provision. We have operated sites in Stratford and the surrounding areas for the past 25 years, and have a wealth of experience in delivering state-of-the-art facilities and exciting activities to the local community."

Councillor Michael Coker, the council’s portfolio holder for culture, said: "As Warwick District Council is making a huge investment in our leisure centres we needed to find a management partner who we were confident could not only provide the best possible service and value for money for our residents, but would also bring exciting new programmes and initiatives to encourage participation in sport from all sectors of our community. Throughout the selection process, SLM have demonstrated that they are the best organisation to fulfil our ambitious plans." 

Work on Newbold Comyn started in January and is due to reopen in June, with the whole site expected to be completed in November. St Nicholas Park closed in December and is planned to reopen in November.

Everyone Active operates 44 contracts with local authorities covering 150 centres nationwide.

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Everyone Active has won the contract to manage and operate leisure centres in Warwick over the next ten years.
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David Bibby said Everyone Active has operated sites in the surrounding areas for the past 25 years
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