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Tap into the trends
With memberships still not up to pre-Covid levels, Rob Clarke, director of health and fitnesssolutions company Motive8, shares his thoughts on how operators can attract users.
Retain customers with authentic on-demand content
With research showing most consumers want a 60/40 split between in-studio and digital workouts,operators must ensure their on-demand offer directly reflects customers’ expectations.
Back to business
Approximately 200 professionals involved in the design, build and management of physical activity facilities were able to network in person for the first time since the start of the global pandemic at the Physical Activity Facilities Forum 2021.
North Yorkshire Water Park
Multi-million pound investment will allow water park to expand its offering and schedule of events ahead of the predicted staycation boom this summer.
Getting ready for golf
Golf was one of the few success stories of 2020 and new research finds that operators are optimistic about the sport this year too.
Now or Never
How Willmott Dixon’s Energy Synergy consultancy helped Warwick University’s new Sports Hub to become one of the most energy-efficient leisure facilities in the UK.
Northern Gateway Sports Park
The £28.8m sports park is due to launch in Colchester in April providing accessible and sustainable leisure facilities for the community.
Play in the public realm
Making public spaces family friendly will make them more attractive to all and help boost our city centres, says Paul Collings, MD of Timberplay.
£20m sports centre opens at University of Stirling
Scotland’s University for Sporting Excellence has opened a new £20m sports complex, which integrates its existing facilities with a host of brand new features.

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