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A leisure centre in the UKmarker and Canadamarker is a purpose built building or site, usually owned and operated by the borough council or district council, where people go to keep fit or relax through using the facilities.

Typical Facilities

Facilities may include a swimming pool, large sports hall, squash courts, cafeteria, licensed bar, fitness suite, aerobics studios, outdoor grass and/or artificial pitches for football , hockey etc, a solarium, sauna and/or steam room.

Leisure centres in the UK and Canada are staffed by leisure centre attendants employed by the local council. They carry out a range of tasks to help and supervise people using leisure centre facilities and act as swimming pool life guards, gym instructors and coaches offering advice, motivation and expertise to users.

In some areas of the UK and Canada (such as Calgarymarker) these services are now operated by private companies on contract to the local authority.

Most towns in the UK are now introducing leisure faclities for the local community.

Examples of Leisure Centres




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