Sport and Physical Activity in Clay Cross

Overview

Residents in and around Clay Cross are to be asked their views on sport and physical activity. North East Derbyshire District Council has appointed Strategic Leisure Ltd to find out local residents' views so they can develop ideas for Sharley Park Leisure Centre, with the intention of getting more people physically active in and around the Clay Cross area. Strategic Leisure will be speaking to residents, schools, clubs and organisations across Clay Cross to assess opinions on the existing facility, how it could be improved and what additional activities the community would like to take part in.

Why are we Consulting

Strategic Leisure will be in the Clay Cross area on 11 and 12 June 2018 and would like to hear residents' views on how the physical activity on offer in Clay Cross could be shaped to get more people involved.

Venue times and locations have yet to be confirmed, so residents are asked to keep checking the council's website and social media channels for updates.

However, residents can also have their say via an online questionnaire (see below).

You can also speak to Strategic Leisure directly about your ideas by emailing George Sutcliffe, Senior Sports and Leisure Consultant at georgesutcliffe@strategicleisure.co.uk

 

Give us your views

Contact

  • George Sutcliffe
  • Senior Sports and Leisure Consultant
  • georgesutcliffe@strategicleisure.co.uk

Dates

  • Consultation is Closed
  • Runs from 21/05/2018 to 13/08/2018
  • Results expected: 30/11/2018
  • Feedback expected: 30/11/2018

Other Infomation

Areas:
  • Pilsley and Morton
  • Wingerworth
  • North Wingfield Central
  • Clay Cross South
  • Clay Cross North
  • Holmewood and Heath
  • Grassmoor
Audience:
  • Local residents
Interests:
  • Well being
  • Sports and exercise
  • Leisure activities
Consultation categories:
  • Focus Group/ workshop
  • Online
  • Postal