Leisure centre collapse warning

By Dan Peters | 23 November 2020

Under-pressure leisure centres will go under without further rescue funding on top of the £100m already pledged by the Government, district councils have warned.

The £100m was announced last month before the second lockdown and now the District Councils’ Network (DCN) has forecasted a financial hit to its members’ outsourced leisure centres of more than £320m this year.

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