Scrutiny Chair wants your views on how Leisure Centres are run

Cardiff Council's Economy and Culture Scrutiny Committee want to hear views from the public on how Leisure Centres are being run in the city.

To mark twelve months since Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL) began a 15-year programme to run 8 Leisure Centres in Cardiff, the Committee will be evaluating progress at its meeting in December.

The GLL social enterprise is a not-for-profit organisation which is responsible for running the following facilities:

  • Llanishen Leisure Centre

  • Eastern Leisure Centre

  • Fairwater Leisure Centre

  • Western Leisure Centre

  • Pentwyn Leisure Centre

  • Maindy Leisure centre

  • Star Centre, Splott

  • Penylan Library and Community Centre

Chair of the Economy and Culture Scrutiny Committee, Cllr Nigel Howells said: "To mark the first anniversary of the Council's partnership with Greenwich Leisure Limited my Committee and I wish to assess how the year has developed. There's no better way of doing this than to ask those who regularly use our Leisure Centres to outline their observations. So I would like to ask individuals and groups who use the centres under GLL control to email me directly with their views so that I can feedback to Committee. The best email address to get me on"

Members of the Economy and Culture Scrutiny Committee meet to discuss this item on Thursday 7 December at 4:30pm and this part of the meeting will be webcast live. Further details will be posted on Cardiff Council social media platforms closer to the date of the meeting.