What has Pendle Leisure Trust been up to – and achieved – in the last 12 months?

How many people do you think visited their facilities between April 2021 and March 2022?

Do you know what they invested in?

Have you seen – or used – the new equipment and unique functional training suite they have had installed?

All the facts, figures and notable achievements have been compiled in their Annual Report.

Following a very challenging year, the Trust’s major accomplishment was to survive and achieve full business recovery following the COVID-19 Pandemic, which it did with support from their key partner Pendle Council.

Pendle’s premier leisure provider not only did this, but achieved so much more as well – including developments and investments across its facilities.

With physical and mental health and well-being at the forefront of everything it does, the Trust continues to deliver lifestyle improvement and wellness opportunities through a range of activities and services at its seven facilities throughout Nelson, Colne and Barnoldswick.

The Trust’s aim is also to be environmentally responsible and it achieved another positive step with a reduction in energy consumption in 2021/2022.

Alison Goode, Chief Executive of Pendle Leisure Trust, said:

“Although times have been challenging these last couple of years, we survived and can be proud of what we have achieved.

“Now it’s a case of onwards and upwards to get us back to where we were just before the pandemic – in one of the best positions we had been in for years – and to plough ahead with some very exciting projects we have in the pipeline.”

Read all the facts and figures here.

We’ve created a video of our achievements – please take a look.

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Published On: June 13th, 2022
Pendle Leisure Trust