Curtain raised on multi-million pound leisure centre redevelopment

Customers can now enjoy a range of new facilities at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre following a major £3.6million redevelopment funded by South Gloucestershire Council (SGC). An official launch by triathlete and 2016 Paralympic gold medallist Andy Lewis, who used the centre for his pre-Olympics training, took place on 5th January with partners and staff involved in the project. Bradley Stoke

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Artist's impression of new three-level softplay area at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre.

Leisure centre redevelopment work set to start next week

New and improved facilities including adventure climbing walls, two-storey adventure play, a 12-station toning suite and fully refurbished changing rooms are being created at Active Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre as part of a £3.6 million redevelopment programme. The work, which starts next week (w/c Monday 15th February), will also result in over 100 new parking spaces and a major extension

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Chief executive Mark Crutchley (2nd from left) with staff who have worked with Circadian for ten years or more.

Local leisure centre operator Circadian Trust marks tenth anniversary

Circadian Trust, which runs “Active” branded Leisure Centres across South Gloucestershire on a not for profit basis, is celebrating its tenth anniversary. Key employees, clubs, trustees and local councillors came together at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre to mark the anniversary and look ahead to the next ten years. Since becoming a trust in 2005, Circadian has successfully transformed the community

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Green light for £3.6 million redevelopment of Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre

Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre is to undergo a £3.6 million redevelopment, enabling it to offer exciting new activities for all ages and meet a growing demand for its use. South Gloucestershire Council (SGC’s) Communities Committee, which met on 4th November, approved plans that will see a redevelopment of the site to enable the centre to meet increased demand from planned new housing and

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Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre, Bradley Stoke, Bristol.

Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre to benefit from £750k environmental best practice grant

Circadian Trust, the not-for profit organisation which operates eight leisure centres across South Gloucestershire, has been awarded a grant by Sport England worth £750,000 to implement new environmental practices and technology. The Trust, whose headquarters are at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre, was approached by Sport England, the public body that provides services and funding to sport in England, to help create

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Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre, Bradley Stoke, Bristol.

What improvements would you like to see at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre?

South Gloucestershire residents are being invited to have their say on possible improvements to Bradley Stoke and Longwell Green Leisure Centres. Both centres currently experience very high demand and the council is considering how facilities could be improved to better meet the needs of the community. At the same time, the council is looking to reduce the amount of subsidy

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Plans for new skate park backed by SGC’s Policy and Resources Committee

Tenders for the construction of a replacement skate park on a new site within the grounds of Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre could be sought within months after the project received the backing of South Gloucestershire Council’s (SGC’s) Policy and Resources Committee. The future of the skate park had been in doubt after Circadian Trust, which runs the leisure centre on

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Leisure Centre prices up by 4% after Council cuts funding

Above inflation price increases have been introduced at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre following a 12-week consultation in which customers were asked to choose between a range of options for adjusting prices in response to reduced funding from South Gloucestershire Council (SGC). Circadian Trust, the non-profit company that operates leisure services on behalf of SGC, has introduced an across-the-board increase for

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Leisure Centre consults on price increase proposals

The organisation that runs Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre is staging a ‘drop-in’ session next Monday (24th September) as part of a public consultation on  a range of options for increasing prices in response to reduced funding from South Gloucestershire Council (SGC). Circadian Trust, the not-for-profit social enterprise company that took over the running of the Council’s Leisure Centres in 2005,

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