Olympic Legacy Lives on as Junior Activities Manager is Appointed

Glen Staite-Loveridge has been appointed as Group Junior Activities Manager.

 

Having worked for DC Leisure since the age of 16, Glen brings over 20 years of experience to his new role. The role takes effect one year on from the 2012 London Olympic Games and at a time when Olympic legacy is at the forefront of everyone’s minds.

 

Richard Millard, Sports Development Manager at DC Leisure, says; “Glen has great experience in the children’s activity market and I am very excited that he will be leading our junior activities programme. This new role is vital in helping encourage children to take part in sport and motivating our next generation.”

 

Glen will be co-ordinating all junior activity and working closely with neighbouring primary schools to promote healthy lifestyles. In addition Glen’s responsibility will be to develop the junior activities brand within the Group . He will be working alongside Mark Haslam, Group Swimming Manager, who will continue to manage the swimming academy and wet-side activities.

 

Glen, who begins his new role in August says; “It’s a very exciting time to be joining DC Leisure as the new Group Junior Activities Manager. I am looking forward to embarking on this journey, not only to develop the Junior Activity programme throughout the Group but also to make a significant impact on Olympic legacy”

 

Glen started working with DC Leisure when he was 16 years old, assisting on children’s school holiday camps. Working his way up the ladder, he was appointed as Contract Manager at Rugby in 2011 and now takes on this new role, reporting into Richard Millard.

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