THE SLM COMMUNITY LEISURE CHARITABLE TRUST
OBJECTIVES AND ACTIVITIES
Swimming is a core activity offered through SLM Community Leisure Charitable Trust. Every year we support millions of people to improve both their mental and physical health through our in-pool activities.
We manage Everyone Active’s 120 swimming pools across the country and all aquatic activities that take place in them. We have earned a fantastic reputation for delivering high-quality swimming lessons and work closely with aquatic clubs to provide development opportunities for children as young as three-months-old all the way through to elite swimmers.
Our core objectives are to increase participation and remove any barriers that prevent people from swimming.
Sports and Recreation
SLM Community Charitable Trust is also responsible for managing Everyone Active’s sports halls, squash courts and outdoor pitches, as well as the relationships with the hundreds of clubs and groups who use these spaces.
From walking football to children’s holiday camps, and wheelchair basketball to line dancing, SLM Community Charitable Trust connects people of all ages and abilities to fun, accessible and inclusive activities.
We work with industry partners to secure funding for a range of community-focused initiatives. These programmes help us to engage inactive groups with innovative sports and exercise programmes.
Provide and Preserve Good Health
We are on a mission to provide more people with the skills and knowledge to live longer, healthier and happier lives.
SLM Community Leisure Charitable Trust is determined to help more people realise the wide-reaching benefits of an active lifestyle. As well as providing improved access to physical activity, we support our local authority partners to tackle a number of current health challenges, including social isolation and healthy aging.
SLM Community Leisure Charitable Trust plays a vital role in making sports and physical activity accessible to everyone.
It is a subsidiary of Sports and Leisure Management Ltd, which was formed in 1987 and has since become one of England’s largest leisure contractors, operating under the brand Everyone Active. It currently manages 196 leisure and cultural facilities on behalf of 60 local authority partners.
SLM Community Leisure Charitable Trust delivers subsidised services, community-focused exercise programmes and outreach schemes to communities across the country through Everyone Active’s facilities.
The Trust protects key sports and recreational services from the pressures of profitability and ensures communities benefit from affordable, accessible activity opportunities.
Lammas Leisure Centre Celebrates Award Success
7 June, 2018
Lammas Leisure Centre is celebrating after scooping a coveted national award.
The centre was given the Kids Award at the prestigious Active Uprising event, which took place on 6 June in Manchester.
It's a Win for Swim at Awards Night
7 June, 2018
We’re celebrating after our efforts to encourage more people to swim earned a prestigious industry award.
SLM Community Leisure Charitable Trust walked away with the Insight of the Year accolade at the ukactive Active Uprising Awards – the UK sports and leisure sector’s largest celebration of innovation and excellence.
Partnership Unveils Plans to Get More People Taking the Plunge
13 June, 2018
Swim England and Everyone Active recently announced their mission to ‘create a nation of swimmers’ through a new three-year collaboration. Now, the two organisations have unveiled their year-one ambition to help towards this mission – achieving 10 million swims at Everyone Active pools by the end of 2019.
SLM Community Leisure Charitable Trust is a subsidiary of Sports and Leisure Management Ltd. Through this structure we deliver commercially successful services while protecting community-focused activities from the pressures of profitability. This leaves us free to provide added value and subsides activities that give more people the opportunity to get active.
SLM Community Leisure Charitable Trust operates alongside its sister organisations
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