Councils call for leisure bail out

By Michael Burton | 10 June 2020

District councils have called on the Government to bail out cash-strapped leisure centres as they face permanent closure because of lack of income due to the coronavirus shutdown.

The District Councils’ Network (DCN) is forecasting a financial hit to leisure centres of £350m this year, which will put many out of business.

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