10 Year Contract Win For DC Leisure

It’s a ten year contract win for DC Leisure this month, this time with Mole Valley District Council. We will take over the operation of Dorking Sports Centre from 26 November.

 

DC Leisure has entered a ten year partnership with Mole Valley District Council this month, managing operations of Dorking Sports Centre.

 

A wet and dry facility, the sports centre currently boasts a six-court sports hall and 25metre pool and toddler splash pool. The gym is due to receive a full refurbishment from December including new flooring and state of the art Precor, Technogym and Escape gym equipment. A dedicated group cycling studio will also be installed, opening its doors to the public in January 2014.

 

Commenting on the new partnership, Dan Walker, DC Leisure Business Development Manager says: “We are very excited to be adding Dorking Sports Centre to our portfolio in the South East. It’s a fantastic facility for the local community and we look forward to partnering with Mole Valley District Council for the next ten years. As the new leisure centre operator, our aim is to not only offer a top quality sporting facility, but one that educates and inspires the local community to lead active lifestyles.”

 

Councillor Charles Yarwood, Portfolio Holder for Communities and Assets, adds: “We’re delighted that DC Leisure will be managing Dorking Sports Centre from now on. We can’t wait to start working together to enhance our customers’ experience of the centre. Our services are based on quality and value for money in an attempt to help residents lead healthier lives.”

 

Also receiving a makeover are the gym changing rooms and café.  Dorking Sports Centre was previously operated by Leisure Connection.

 

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