Gwynedd leisure centre saved by locals could shut without funding lifeline

Gwynedd leisure centre saved by locals could shut without funding lifeline
 

A leisure centre saved from closure by locals could shut if a funding lifeline cannot be found.
The loss of the centre in Harlech would lead to the axing of 17 jobs, deprive locals of 55,000 swimming sessions a year, and mean pupils from five primary schools would miss out on lessons, say owners Harlech and Ardudwy Leisure (HAL).
The group, which took over the running of the centre in 2011, says it needs a £20,000 one-off payment and an annual contribution of £6,000 from Gwynedd council, whose current funding will come to and end in November.
HAL says it also needs to get £50,000 a year... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 37
Source: Daily Post
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