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At a recent think tank, The Tourism Society hosted a panel overseen by its first female chair, Alison Cryer MBE, to discuss the importance of ... More
Wellbeing industry leaders are collectively reporting that they aren’t as internally well-resourced as they could be to handle the complexities and challenges they face, reveals ... More
The second phase of the UK’s MSK (musculoskeletal) health hub pilot will see the service rolled out to an additional 85 swimming pools and leisure ... More
Mark Sesnan, co-founder and CEO of GLL (Greenwich Leisure Limited), has announced that he will be standing down as chief executive at the end of ... More
Wisdom Works Group (WWG) has launched a study into leadership across the global wellness economy, as well as the adjacent industries of healthcare and human ... More
The Churchill Fellowship – the operating name of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust – is searching for innovative exercise-inspired projects that could transform people’s mental ... More
Mark Sesnan, CEO of GLL, has pushed back on Tower Hamlet Council’s decision to take the operation of its leisure services back in-house when GLL’s ... More
A two-year research project will look to find ways to transform the UK's physical activity facilities into musculoskeletal (MSK) hubs that could be used by ... More
Comfort Zone’s R&D laboratory has reformulated its Sun Soul range of sunscreens to ensure it’s at the forefront of effective anti-ageing sun care, while also ... More
A new physical activity programme called Big Sister has been launched in the UK to help girls embrace activity during puberty and reduce the rising ... More
Lee Valley Regional Park Authority (LVRPA) has appointed Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL) to manage its range of sports facilities on a 10-year contract. GLL, a ... More
Davines Group has extended its commitment to sustainability and renewed its partnership with social enterprise Plastic Bank. This comes after the conclusion of the global ... More
Mark Sesnan, co-founder and CEO of GLL, has been awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours List 2022. Sesnan founded the social enterprise in ... More
Marg Mayne will stand down as CEO of Mytime Active next year, after more than seven years in the role. Mayne joined Mytime Active as ... More
The new Britannia Leisure Centre in Hackney, London, has opened its doors to the public. The centre is operated by charitable social enterprise Better – a ... More
Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh has welcomed its second hair and beauty salon operating as a social enterprise – named Brave, Strong, Beautiful (BSB). BSB ... More
The World Health Organization (WHO) has launched a webinar series to explore the future of physical activity and sport in a world affected by the ... More
The Cabinet Office has chosen leisure operator GLL as the "face" of England's COVID-secure physical activity facilities. The social enterprise's approach to COVID-19 protocols and ... More
The UK’s largest social enterprise, GLL, is the latest operator to throw its support behind a parliamentary petition calling for gyms to reopen first after ... More
Hundreds of heritage attractions and organisations in England will share a £103m government rescue fund to help them through the COVID-19 pandemic. The funding, announced ... More
Malcolm McPhail, group CEO of social enterprise Life Leisure, has stepped down from the role after 14 years. An industry veteran with more than 35 ... More
The Global Wellness Summit (GWS), has announced that a “Call for Wellness Innovations” contest, as well as a dedicated Tech Innovation Pavilion, will be unveiled ... More
Ever since the UK's leisure facilities were closed on "lockdown day" – 20 March – the charitable trusts and social enterprises managing them have been ... More
Leisure centre operators are facing crisis point without access to emergency government funding or support, the Local Government Association (LGA) has warned. The LGA has ... More
Leisure trust GLL has partnered with foodservice company Brakes to offer a home delivery service to its members – and to create an alternative revenue ... More
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