At your leisure: shared-use agreements
After the success of the London 2012 Olympics, both central and local government are keen to encourage and boost the take-up of sport in schools and communities. If your school or college has sports facilities that could do with a revamp, have you thought of approaching your council about opening them up for community use?
Under a shared-use agreement between a council and a school or college, the council may make the school’s or college’s leisure facilities available for the local community outside of teaching hours…
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