Printed Date: 22/09/2014

Welcome to GLL

A charitable social enterprise for all the community

GLL makes community services and spaces better for everyone. And it’s about more than just money. Our people invest time, energy and effort into helping and improving communities through the services we offer - and with great results.

Our success means we’re proud to be the first leisure operator in the UK to be awarded the prestigious Social Enterprise Mark and the Big Society Award.

GLL News

Archer Sam Livy wins double Invictus Games gold - in rowing - as swimmer Luke Reeson bags fantastic five medals

September 16, 2014

Sam Livy went to the inaugural Invictus Games as

Invictus Games: Olympic Park’s own wounded warrior wins gold and silver

September 15, 2014

Injury might have ended her military career, but it didn’t stop former Lance

Take part in over 55s sports games

September 15, 2014

Men and women over 55 can form a sports team to compete against people from other boroughs.

About us

In 1993, Greenwich Council needed to find a new way to run its leisure centres because of public spending cuts and together, we came up with a new model. The first of its kind in UK leisure. GLL was born.

Our four pillars

We believe GLL is unique and not just because we were the first leisure trust in the UK. Our four ‘pillars’ sit at the heart of our business delivery and form the vital DNA that makes us tick.

Being a charitable social enterprise

GLL is here for the good of the community and is a not-for-profit organisation. As firm believers in the power of social values, this is what being a social enterprise means for us…