Community Development and Inclusion

We work at the heart of communities across Greater Manchester and promote inclusion in everything we do.


A third of our facilities are in the top 10% most deprived communities in the UK, ensuring that we can work with neighbourhoods where our support has the most impact. Many of our programmes are delivered outside of leisure facilities in settings as diverse as, community halls, community parks, schools and libraries.

As part of the local service infrastructure, our facilities and staff are available to everyone in the Greater Manchester community. We intend to improve the health and well-being of local residents by making sure everyone has access to physical activity and broader health and well-being opportunities.


Examples of our work include:
  • Concessionary access to facilities for a broad range of individuals including older people, disabled people and those who are seeking employment
  • Support to community groups and voluntary sector organisations working with specific population groups through use of our facilities
  • Specific programmes providing support into employment or a pathway into activity for those needing additional support
older woman participating in seated exercise at Your Trust Rochdale

Interested in working with us?

We are actively seeking new partners, opportunities for collaboration and innovative ways of working.  We can’t do this alone. If our plans, purpose and intent chime with you, please do connect with us and be part of our transformational movement.