Amazing Places

Our 2 key assets are our staff and the 87 sports and leisure facilities we run across Greater Manchester.

Both Rochdale and Oldham have benefitted from local authority facility investment in the past few years. Further investment for Salford and Trafford facilities is planned in the upcoming years.

Greater Manchester is also home to regional and national sporting facilities, including the Bolton Arena, National Cycling Centre and National Squash Centre. These facilities aim to provide opportunities for people in the region to access world-class sporting facilities, regardless of whether they’re an aspiring or professional athlete.

We are continuing to develop new state-of-the-art facilities, bringing new opportunities to get physically activity to communities across Greater Manchester including climbing walls, trampolining, bowling and much more.

We also manage a number of cultural facilities across Greater Manchester. Our facilities include Touchstones Rochdale Museum and Art Gallery and Salford Museum and Art Gallery.

Radcliffe Temporary Pool

Bury Leisure, working with Total Swimming, has built a 25-foot modular temporary swimming pool – the first of its kind in the country. Located in the heart of the Bury community, the Radcliffe temporary pool…

Howe Bridge Leisure Centre – Inspiring Healthy Lifestyles

Howe Bridge Leisure has benefitted from a £2.9 million investment and was re-opened in December 2015. The re-developed centre has state-of-the-art health and well-being facilities for Wigan’s communities…

National Cycling Centre

The HSBC UK National Cycling Centre opened its doors in 1994 as Britain’s first ever indoor Olympic-standard cycling track and remains still one of the world’s finest, fastest and busiest board tracks, offering…