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Spa Receptionist
Coral Reef (Bracknell Forest)

Salary: £12,847 per annum (equivalent to £8.50 per hour)
Job location: Bracknell, United Kingdom
Recreation Assistants
Parkwood Leisure

Salary: £4.30 – £7.20 per hour
Job location: Barnstaple, United Kingdom
Personal Trainers
Ben Dunne Gyms

Salary: Hourly rate £TBC
Job location: Liverpool, United Kingdom
Personal Trainers
Matt Roberts Personal Training Company

Salary: £25 – 30k+
Job location: London, United Kingdom, United Kingdom

University of London

Salary: Starting at £24,174 pa
Job location: London, United Kingdom
University of London

Salary: £13.25 hour
Job location: London, United Kingdom
General Manager
The Gym Group

Salary: up to £35,000 + c20% bonus + optional PT income
Job location: Sutton Coalfield, West Midlands, United Kingdom

Personal Trainers
The Gym Group

Salary: 100% of your PT earnings
Job location: London Bloomsbury, United Kingdom
Team leaders (Wet)
Everyone Active

Salary: Competitive salary, excellent benefits
Job location: Staines-upon-Thames, United Kingdom
Everyone Active

Salary: Competitive salary
Job location: Staines-upon-Thames, United Kingdom
Duty Manager (Wet)
Everyone Active

Salary: Competitive salary
Job location: Staines-upon-Thames, United Kingdom
Recreation Assistant
Kingston College

Salary: £17,369 pa, inclusive of London Allowance
Job location: Kingston, Surrey, United Kingdom
Duty Manager
Everyone Active

Salary: Competitive salary
Job location: Carshalton, United Kingdom
Leisure news
25 Apr 2017

Brexit boom continues as Britain yet again marks record tourism figures

BY Tom Anstey

While Britain's decision to leave the European Union has created a general landscape of uncertainty, the nation's tourism industry continues to break records.

According to official statistics from VisitBritain, the UK welcomed 5.2m visitors in January and February – up 6 per cent on the same period last year.

Overseas visitors also spent a record £2.7bn (US$3.45bn, €3.2bn) in January and February, up 11 per cent on 2016’s figures.

The increase has been attributed to the weakening of the pound since last year's vote, with overseas tourists finding it considerably cheaper to visit.

“These figures show that 2017 is off to a cracking start for inbound tourism, one of our most valuable export industries,” said VisitBritain director, Patricia Yates.

“Britain is offering great value for overseas visitors and we can see the success of our promotions in international markets. We must continue to build on our message of welcome and value in our high spending markets such as China, the US and the valuable European market.”

2016 was a record-breaking year for inbound tourism to the UK with 37.3 million visits, up 3.4 per cent on 2015, with visitors spending £22.2bn (US$28.4bn, €26bn), matching 2015’s record spend.

Three managers join revamped North East hotel following £1m refurb
Sunderland’s Roker Hotel has appointed three new managers following the completion of its £1m refurbishment. Ivan Holroyd will look after the 96-strong workforce as general manager, Lorella Movileanu has been appointed …. More>>
Jamie Fobert's cliff vision nears completion as opening date set for Cornwall's expanded Tate St Ives
Work is nearing completion on Jamie Fobert Architects’ cliffside extension of Cornwall’s Tate St Ives, with an official opening date now set for 14 October this year. A four-year construction project, the plans go …. More>>
Grade II listed Exeter hotel to be restored following devastating fire
Manchester-based architects Buttress have been chosen to return Exeter’s Royal Clarence hotel to its former glory after it was destroyed by a fired in October 2016. The studio have been working with structural …. More>>
Victorian mansion reborn as gothic and glamorous Oddfellows hotel
A gothic Victorian country mansion near Manchester has been restored and renovated as the second property for boutique hotel company Oddfellows. Over an 18-month period, Tim Groom Architects and interior designers …. More>>
Tourism Ireland and Ryanair campaign to reach 5.5m Brits
Tourism Ireland has partnered with budget airline Ryanair to launch a large-scale campaign to entice Brits to the nation’s Wild Atlantic Way. The campaign will promote flights between Cork – widely recognised as an …. More>>
Active IQ supports clinically-focused fitness qualifications
Awarding body Active IQ has given its backing to two clinically-focused qualifications offered by Health and Fitness Education. The two organisations have teamed up to make sure the latter’s Level 4 qualifications …. More>>
London's Mail Rail opening to the public in July
London’s upcoming Postal Museum has confirmed that it will open its doors to the public later this year, with the £26m (US$33.2m, €30.5m) attraction set to launch in July. Created to chronicle five centuries of …. More>>
Value of golf tourism to Scotland surges to £286m
Golf tourism in Scotland has grown by 30 per cent over the last decade, netting the nation £286m per year. Since 2008, the economic impact attributed to visitors taking part in the sport has mushroomed by £66m, with …. More>>
Brexit hits average UK hotel room rates
The British hotel industry should “brace itself” for more pain following Brexit, with hotel room rates declining substantially since last year’s vote. According to statistics published by Global Hotel Solutions (HRS …. More>>
Sugar tax raises £10,000 for leisure centre operator as customers shift habits
Leisure centre operator Sheffield International Venues (SIV) has so far raised £10,000 (US$12,795, €11,955) from the introduction of its sugar tax on fizzy drinks as members move towards buying low and non-sugar drinks …. More>>
HLF introduces new flexible funding structure for places of worship
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) is altering its funding structure for places of worship following a call to make financial access for such projects easier and more flexible. From September 2017, the HLF’s Grants for …. More>>
Birmingham considers venue alterations as it chases Commonwealth Games
The capacity of Birmingham’s Alexander Stadium could be increased by almost 30,000 seats if the city successfully bids for the Commonwealth Games. Currently accommodating 12,700 spectators, the venue is being sized up …. More>>
Disney 'Makeup Lamp' concept could revolutionise live performance
Disney’s research arm has unveiled a new technology concept capable of live dynamic augmentation onto human faces. Dubbed a ‘Makeup Lamp’, the concept uses projector-based illumination, which can alter the appearance …. More>>
Dame Katherine Grainger appointed UK Sport chair
London 2012 gold medallist Dame Katherine Grainger has been appointed as the new chair of UK Sport. Britain’s most decorated female Olympic athlete – who also won silver medals at the 2016, 2008, 2004 and 2000 Games – …. More>>
The Landmark London's spa ready for reopening
The Spa and Health Club at the The Landmark London hotel, UK will relaunch on 1 May after undergoing an extensive, six-week redevelopment programme. Treatment rooms, spa reception and changing areas have all been …. More>>
Concorde unwrapped as Aerospace Bristol hits major development landmark
Aerospace Bristol has reached a landmark point in its development, taking the wraps off of its star attraction – the last Concorde supersonic passenger jet to ever take flight. The crown jewel of the £19m (US$24.3m, …. More>>
Basic-Fit and TomTom join forces to improve physical activity insight
Low-cost European fitness operator Basic-Fit has teamed up with TomTom in a deal that will see personal trainers use wearables to help provide gym members better physical activity advice. The project is being piloted …. More>>
Cheshire leisure centre receives Sport England grant boost
Social enterprise Brio Leisure has agreed plans to pump £2.2m (US$2.8m, €2.6m) into Neston Recreation Centre in Cheshire, with Sport England providing more than 20 per cent of the funding. The design of the facility …. More>>
All sport governing bodies should have duty of care guardian, says Grey-Thompson report
National governing bodies of sport should be required to have at least one named person dedicated to the duty of care of athletes or risk having their public funding cut, according to a wide-ranging report published by …. More>>
Culture secretary leads UK government’s Commonwealth Games rallying cry
The UK government has ramped up its interest in hosting the 2022 Commonwealth Games, urging potential host cities to come forward with economy-boosting bids. Culture secretary Karen Bradley has thrown her weight …. More>>
Time magazine names Sir David Adjaye as world's most influential architect
Sir David Adjaye has been named the world’s most influential architect by Time magazine. In a citation for the publication, Thelma Golden, the director and chief curator of the Adjaye-designed Studio Museum in Harlem, …. More>>
Banking veteran to oversee organisation of 2019 Road World Championships in Yorkshire
Chris Pilling, the former chief executive of the First Direct, has been tasked with overseeing the preparations ahead of Yorkshire hosting the 2019 UCI World Road Championships. Pilling will be chair of Yorkshire 2019 …. More>>
Liverpool asks former FA chief to head up its £500k Commonwealth Games bid
Liverpool City Council will plough half a million pounds into its bid to bring the Commonwealth Games to the city, and has appointed former Football Association (FA) chief executive Brian Barwick to oversee the campaign. …. More>>
McFit set to open first Cyberobics club
German fitness operator McFit Group will open its first Cyberobics club in the next few weeks as part of its bid to increase its virtual offering. The women-only club will open in Berlin either next month or in June, …. More>>
Premier League clubs face September investigation if disabled access not sufficient
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has earmarked a September date for a formal investigation of Premier League clubs that haven’t sufficiently improved the disabled access at their home stadiums. All 20 …. More>>




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