First year partnership between GLL and STA boosts swim teacher numbers
January 09, 2019
GLL, has succeeded in addressing a national shortage of swim teachers, by recruiting over 300 new staff during the first 12 months of its partnership with the Swim Teachers Association (STA).
GLL SUPPORTING TODAY’S AND TOMORROW’S ATHLETES
January 07, 2019
GLL Sport Foundation Applications Now Open
Highbury Leisure Centre’s gym & fitness offer re-opens Monday 10th December
December 06, 2018
Highbury Leisure Centre’s gym & fitness studio spaces and health suite will be re-opening on Monday 10th December following September’s fire.
How buying social is changing lives this Black Friday
November 20, 2018
Purchases made through a social enterprise can have wider benefits for communities up and down the country.
GLL Welcomes Government’s School Swimming Pledge
October 29, 2018
New initiative to ensure all children can swim by end of primary years
Libraries put Fun and Culture at the Heart of Community
October 12, 2018
GLL – the social enterprise that’s also the UK’s largest provider of public libraries – has been throwing its weight behind National Libraries Week, 8-13 October.
Libraries strength recognised as GLL named Premium Employer Partner by CILIP
October 01, 2018
The Information Industry scheme recognises GLL as knowledge leaders and key drivers of workforce development.
Manchester City Council award GLL contract
September 25, 2018
GLL, the UK’s largest leisure charitable social enterprise, has been awarded a new leisure management contract with Manchester City Council.
UK’s largest leisure operator calls for more people to take the plunge and become swimming teachers
September 12, 2018
GLL has launched a campaign to encourage more people to train to become swimming teachers, in the face of growing demand for swimming lessons.
Better Deal for Young Workers in Waltham Forest
September 04, 2018
There is good news for young leisure centre workers in Waltham Forest as the council and its leisure partner GLL have agreed that staff aged 18 to 20 will be paid the London Living Wage of £10.20 an hour from October 2018.