Leisure

Indoor Leisure Facilities Strategy for Shropshire 2018-2023

What it’s About Providing Leisure Centres fully equipped to modern standards is difficult, if not impossible with the current constraints upon Shropshire Council’s finances. The public and other bodies are asked to comment on the proposed strategy. You can read the announcement in the Shropshire newsroom at: https://newsroom.shropshire.gov.uk/2020/09/leisure-facilities-consultation/ Local Leisure Centres? The strategy sets out …

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Leisure Centre transfer

This update has been sent to Town and Parish Council in and around Church Stretton and Bishops Castle as well as some community groups.  What are Shropshire Council doing The Council’s aims, county-wide, are to: Embed leisure centres into local communities Engage with local communities to deliver a service that meets the needs of residents …

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Church Stretton Leisure Centre is At Risk

Church Stretton Needs You! As you may be aware, the future sustainability of Church Stretton Leisure Centre is at risk due to the phased withdrawal of financial support from Shropshire Council and the redistribution of educational joint-use funding to all schools. Key local stakeholders are working together to find a sustainable future option for the …

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Sport & Leisure Facilities Strategy for Shropshire – Church Stretton Town Council Response to Shropshire Council – 28 August 2016

There is a fundamental mismatch between the declared aims of this draft Strategy and the impact that its proposals would have on the majority of Shropshire’s population. The declared aims are: “To increase participation for health benefit and regular participation amongst those who are inactive” (Page 1) and to create “strong market towns and re-balanced rural …

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