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Bollington Health & Leisure

Bollington Health & Leisure, which operates as an independent charity, is now 41 years old.

The original building was constructed by the local community and sees 2,000 children each week, within the swim scheme, ranging from 6-month olds to teenagers.

500 local school children each week attend the centre, within the National Curriculum of key stage 2 and 3. 50 children with special needs also attend each week, on a one to one or small group basis with 50 adults of varying ability.

We have up to 50 lifeguards and 50 swimming teachers per year to achieve nationally recognised qualifications.

In addition, we provide water relaxation exercises for special populations, such as young stroke survivors, those with Parkinson’s disease and physiotherapy patients from the local hospital.

Of the combined 5000-6000 user each week, a majority of these live in the Macclesfield area and use the facilities to increase their fitness, education and much more.

Who will you see at Macclesfield Means Business?
Tom Horsfield
Tom Horsfield
Centre Manager

Tom has been the Centre Manager since July 2016 having previously worked at the leisure centre in 2008 at the age of 14 working every role possible. Following university in 2012 he returned as Duty Manager.

His role as Centre Manager involves the continuous, positive promotion of all aspects of the centre to all stakeholders and running all aspects of the centre business.