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Social enterprise Mytime Active has signed a 40-year deal to run 12 leisure facilities in London on behalf of Bromley Council.

The deal will include an immediate cash boost to upgrade facilities, as Mytime Active will invest £2.5m in improving the centres over the next three years. The new deal is an extension to an existing management agreement between the two.

Facilities to be operated by Mytime Active include the West Wickham Leisure Centre, which is set to undergo a £35m regeneration project.

“This agreement is a huge next step for Mytime Active and the confidence that the council have in us," said Marg Mayne, Mytime Active CEO.

"We are now in a position to develop the facilities and services we offer on a long-term basis and we will play a significant role in improving the wellbeing of neighbourhoods in Bromley for generations to come.”

Peter Morgan, Bromley’s executive councillor for renewal and recreation added: “This long term agreement gives certainty for Mytime Active so that they can build, develop and invest in the much valued and popular leisure services in operation across the borough.

"We value our partnership with Mytime Active, which we will continue to build on in the coming years."

The leisure sites to be operated by Mytime Active include:

• The Pavilion Leisure Centre

• The Spa at Beckenham

Walnuts Leisure Centre

• West Wickham Leisure Centre

• Bromley Golf Centre

Biggin Hill Swimming Pool

• Darrick Wood Swimming Pool

• High Elms Golf Course

• Great Hall, Crofton Halls and Beckenham Public Hall

Mytime Active is currently recruiting for various roles across multiple sites. Click here for more information.

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