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Little Venice wins big award

July 10, 2014

Little Venice Sports Centre, operated by GLL, the UK’s largest charitable social enterprise, beat tough national competition last week at the UKactive and Matrix Flame Awards 2014 to be voted best in Britain, winning ‘Leisure Centre of the Year Streamline’.

Leisure social enterprises ‘serious competitors’ for private firms

July 07, 2014

Social enterprises operating in the leisure services sector are becoming

GLL secures £200k funding 'For the Girls'

July 07, 2014

Charitable social enterprise GLL has secured £200,000 of funding for its 'For the Girls, By the Girls' project.

National Paralympic Day set to make a splash as it returns for 2014

July 03, 2014

For the first time since the London 2012 Paralympic Games, international

10 things to do with the family - a Cambridge Summer Music Festival special

July 03, 2014

Here are five things to do at Cambridge Summer Music Festival: 1.

Tickets go on sale for Opening Ceremony of inaugural Invictus Games

July 02, 2014

Tickets for the Opening Ceremony of the inaugural Invictus Games at the Queen Elizabeth

Children in ‘Better’ swim schools learn to saves lives

Children in ‘Better’ swim schools learn to saves lives

July 01, 2014

Over 50,000 pupils in primary and secondary schools across England and Wales were provided with crucial water safety lessons this week by GLL, the UK’s largest operator of swimming pools, during ‘Better Schools Water Safety Week’, held 23 - 27 June.

GLL announces £25,600 legacy funding for 45 young judoka

June 30, 2014

A total of 45 young judo stars have benefitted from a £25,600 award pot – thanks to charitable

GLL secures £200k of Lottery funding for 'For the girls' sport initiative

June 26, 2014

Sport Wales has helped launch a new charter that aims to encourage members of the

GLL’s legacy venues play host to the Queens Baton relay & launch of Active People, Active Park

June 22, 2014

On 8th June 2014, GLL’s iconic legacy venues, the London Aquatics Centre and Copper Box Arena played host to the Queens Baton relay and launch of Active People, Active Park. The event was the biggest mass participation event the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has seen to date.