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Indoor Leisure Facilities Review consultation – Durham County Council

This consultation gives you the chance to have your say about the potential closure of six leisure centres.

The centres are:

  • Abbey Leisure Centre, Pity Me
  • Coxhoe Leisure Centre
  • Deerness Leisure Centre, Ushaw Moor
  • Ferryhill Leisure Centre
  • Glenholme Leisure Centre, Crook
  • Sherburn Leisure CentreThe consultation runs from Thursday, 3 March 2011 until Thursday, 26 May 2011.

    How can you get involved?

    There are two parts to this consultation which you can get involved in.

    Part 1

    We are seeking viable business proposals to run and retain facilities at the sites, either in their existing formats, or in new ways. Every effort will be made to identify and develop any viable proposals. Discussions, where appropriate, will take place with town and parish councils, voluntary organisations and sports clubs or any others who express an interest.

    If you are interested in putting forward, or discussing, a potential business proposal, please provide us with some brief details of your proposal together with your contact details and the organisation you represent. Please send the information to ‘Indoor Facilities Review Consultation’ at the address at the bottom of the page. Once received, we will contact you to arrange a suitable time to discuss your proposal in more detail. Although the consultation is open until the 26 May, we would strongly encourage you to contact us at the earliest opportunity.

    Part 2

    We are seeking your views in relation to the proposals to close these centres, and how we can minimise the potential impact. Read the background information, available below, and then fill in the online questionnaire by following the link:

    Review of indoor sport and leisure facilities questionnaire

    Alternatively, if you’d like a hard copy of the questionnaire, it is available in all our leisure centres and customer access points. Or, if you’d like it in an alternative format, contact us using the details at the bottom of the page

  • Indoor Leisure Facilities Review consultation – Durham County Council.

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