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ANNUAL REPORT

2016/2017


Welcome On behalf of Unity Leisure (trading as Northampton Leisure Trust – NLT) we are pleased to deliver our impressive performance results and achievements included within the Annual Report for the year 2016/17. NLT plays a key strategic role within Northampton in the delivery of Health, Wellbeing and Participation activities within our centres and the delivery of activities out in the communities for people of all ages. Once again we are pleased to report an extremely positive year’s performance in this, the first year we have not received a management fee from Northampton Borough Council. In 2015 a new Strategy was written ‘At the Heart of Health & Wellbeing’, that stated that NLT was focused on achieving a surplus of £2 million by 2020. We are delighted to say that with continued tenacity, vision, focus and a committed workforce, we shall over achieve on this figure. The reporting year of 2016/17 has been a year where we have worked extremely hard to achieve a return on our investment, especially at Cripps Recreation Centre and Berzerk Soft Play Centre. Not only has NLT achieved this but it has taken the business to a higher level and has acknowledged the needs and expectations of its customers. NLT has expanded the Health & Fitness facilities at Cripps, adding 30 new pieces of high tech equipment, many of which no other Fitness Operator in Northampton can offer. Yet again, this was another strategic development in order to attract the new student influx commencing in 2018 at their new site opposite The Cripps.

Achievements within the Leisure environment have once again been significant. NLT has achieved Quest Accreditation (industry standard audit for quality) at both Mounts Baths and Danes Camp with a score of ‘GOOD’. Sport, Play & Health Development maintained its ‘EXCELLENT’ score. Duston Sports Centre maintained its ‘GOOD’ score when assessed under a directional review. Once again we are extremely pleased to acknowledge the continued support from Northampton Borough Council, Duston Parish Council, Northampton General Hospital, University of Northampton and the Northampton GP Alliance. In addition the Executive Management Team within NLT would like to express its sincere thanks to the Board of Trustees for their professional and strategic support throughout the year – it is greatly appreciated as they are acting on a voluntary basis. Our approach to the business remains the same as before; we shall balance our social objectives to ensure that our services are accessible to all sectors of our communities and that we create significant surpluses to be reinvested into Northampton. The Trust remains to be performance driven, visionary, and innovative, and strives for continuous improvement in the services it initiates and delivers. In conclusion, 2016/17 has been another extremely successful and positive year. This performance recognises the hard work from all members of staff, and the efforts that they have all contributed to ensure that NLT has returned a positive surplus, retained our customers and have attracted more to our facilities. Equally, the Trust also acknowledges the total commitment of our Trustees who meet on a voluntary basis to give professional advice and steer us in our strategic direction with total commitment and passion.

Another expansion project was delivered at Berzerk Soft Play Centre where we expanded the facility by another 6,000 square feet, making the total area for play a huge 18,000 square feet. We invested £150k into the facility which now features electric go karts, air bouncer, out-door play equipment indoors, and an expanded seating area with Wi-Fi. We are pleased to announce that after a long period of negotiation we are now able to deliver Health Checks at Lings Forum on behalf of Public Health and Northampton GP Alliance. This initiative was relatively slow to start, however it is now gathering pace and gives patients more choices of where to go at more convenient times of the week and allows us to signpost patients towards physical activity.

Douglas Iles Chairman of the Board

Ian Redfern Managing Director


National WINNER OF THE MATT KENDALL AWARD & Awards STREET GAMES 2017 COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD QU E ST

ACCRE DITAT ION

• Mounts Baths and Danes Camp accredited as ‘Good’ • Duston Sports Centre retained ‘Good ‘status • Sport, Play & Health Development retained ‘Excellent’ Status

IMPROVE ME N T S

TOTAL OF

TO

T H E

£267,000

VISITS IN EXCESS OF

FACILIT IE S

INVESTED DURING 2016/17 ON VARIOUS PROJECTS THROUGHOUT OUR FACILITIES

1.2 MILLION

7% UP ON PREVIOUS YEAR


THE ORGANISATION Unity Leisure (trading as Northampton Leisure Trust – NLT) was launched on the 1st of April 2011 to provide Sport, Leisure, Health, Play and Cultural opportunities for the communities of Northampton.

Unity Leisure is a not for profit company, limited by guarantee and has Charitable Status (registration – 1145631).

We have 12 Company Members and 11 Trustees, all of whom are volunteers and support the strategic direction and governance of the Company, led by Ian Redfern – Managing Director.

MISSION STATEMENT

“Inspiring Active Lifestyles” VISION “To be a highly regarded and innovative Trust, that provides high quality facilities and activities that assist in increasing participation and are accessible for all”


FOCUS ON TRILOGY Northampton Leisure Trust (NLT) promotes its Health & Fitness under the’ Trilogy’ Brand and now operates 7 facilities within Northampton; Berzerk Soft Play Centre, Cripps Recreation Centre, Danes Camp Leisure Centre, Duston Sports Centre, Forum Cinema, Lings Forum Leisure Centre, Danes Camp Leisure Centre. One Adult Membership provides our customers immediate access to 5 facilities (gym, swim, classes, health suite and off peak racquet sports) and FREE access to the Forum Cinema – a unique selling point. Our Junior Membership is for ages 0-14 years. The membership offers a host of benefits such as a weekly course/club of your choice, unlimited

swimming, off peak racquet sports, after school Buzz Clubzz activities, FREE Cinema, FREE holiday activities, FREE under 5s activities, FREE access to Berzerk Soft Play for under 5s, FREE gym and classes for 14 & 15 year olds. In 2016/17 both our Adult and Junior Memberships, once again, have gone from strength to strength. We continue to enhance our membership offers by introducing new equipment in the gyms, upgrading the class programme to bring in the latest class trends, provide new play initiatives and equipment, to name just a few of the initiatives to keep our membership packages fresh, enticing and value for money.


TRILOGY PERFORMANCE

ADULT SWIMMING JUNIOR MEMBERSHIPS

2% GROWTH ON PREVIOUS YEAR

LESSONS 3,929

STUDENTS 9% UP ON PREVIOUS YEAR

INVESTED TO EXPAND THE GYM AT CRIPPS - 30 NEW PIECES OF KIT INCLUDING ZERO RUNNER, LATERAL X, SKILL MILL

MEMBERSHIPS

10% GROWTH

4,944 ACTIVE MEMBERSHIPS

ON PREVIOUS YEAR

PARENTS & TOTS

NEW WEEKEND SWIM PROGRAMME LAUNCHED


TRILOGY PERFORMANCE

£150K INVESTED

FITNESS TRACKING LAUNCHED ACROSS ALL TRILOGY CLUBS

OVER 250 CLASSES PER WEEK ACROSS ALL TRILOGY CLUBS

BERZERK BY ANOTHER 6,000 SQUARE FEET EXPANDED

JUNIOR MEMBERSHIP

PLATFORM LAUNCHED

INTRODUCED A SPORTS INJURY CLINIC AT DUSTON SPORTS CENTRE

NEW EQUIPMENT INCLUDING ELECTRIC GO KARTS, AIR BOUNCER, OUTDOOR PLAY EQUIPMENT INDOORS


FOCUS ON SPORT, PLAY & HEALTH DEVELOPMENT They also assisted in the work with the Northampton GP Alliance/Trilogy Health & Fitness team to deliver NHS Health Checks within our facilities. The Team worked in partnerships with Prospects and created a new pilot project providing Sport & Employability skills to NEET young people

The team consists of 6 full time members of staff and a large number of part time coaches/ instructors, as well as a great number of valued volunteers. Sport, Play & Health Development consists of a ‘multi-functional’ team and they deliver activities both indoors and outdoors as well as delivering activities to a wide spectrum of ages in the deprived wards of Northampton.

In 2016/17 the team, in partnership with the University of Northampton and City & Guilds developed an accredited Playwork Level 3 Qualification.

ATTRACTED

NEW PARTNERSHIPS

£40K

University of Northampton and City & Guilds (Playwork Level 3 qualification)

OVER

OF EXTERNAL

FUNDING

IN 2016/17

The team is afforded the highest respect from its colleagues within the County and Region, and maintains its vision for continuous improvement.

QUEST ACCREDITATION MAINTAINED AS

Northampton GP Alliance (Health Checks)

EXCELLENT

Prospects (Employability Courses)

(TOP QUARTILE IN THE UK)


SPORT, PLAY & HEALTH DEVELOPMENT

DELIVERED NATIONAL INTRODUCED 5 NEW AWARDS HEALTH WINNER OF I N C L U D I N G THE STREET WALKS

EVENTS NORTHAMPTON SPORTS AWARDS NATIONAL PLAY DAY DUSTON FAMILY DAY LINGS FAMILY FUN DAYS STREET SPORTS TOURNAMENTS INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY EVENT SUPPORTED BY OVER £10K OF EXTERNAL FUNDING

GAMES 2017 I N 2 0 1 6 / 1 7 MATT KENDALL AWARD

(RECOGNISING THE OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION THAT PROJECTS MAKE TO GETTING YOUNG PEOPLE INVOLVED IN SPORT AND VOLUNTEERING)

AND

COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD (STREET SPORTS ACTIVATOR)

NOW 14 REGULAR WALKS A V A I L A B L E

OVER

1,742 10,000

VOLUNTEER

HOURS

ATTENDANCES TO

STREET SPORTS SESSIONS UP 7% ON 2O15/16 WORTH £22,500 THROUGHOUT THE YEAR


FOCUS ON MARKETING CAMPAIGN HIGHLIGHTS ‘WORK IT, PLAY IT, WATCH IT’, ‘GET FIT FOR SUMMER’ AND ‘JUNIOR ACTIVE’ MEDIA CAMPAIGNS UTILISING BILLBOARDS, NEWSPAPER, MAGAZINE, FLYERS, BUS, RADIO, PTEROL PUMPS, ONLINE, FACEBOOK, EMAIL MAIL SHOTS, WEBSITE

BERZERK EXPANSION

NATIONAL PLAY DAY

NORTHAMPTON SPORTS AWARDS

FOCUS ON MARKETING

100TH RELEASE OF BODY PUMP


FOCUS ON FORUM CINEMA

OVER

ADDITIONAL OVER

VISITS TO THE FORUM CINEMA IN 2016/17

FILMS SCREENED

42,200 SCREENINGS 760 ADDED EARLY

UP 9%

EVENING ON SATURDAYS

C O M P R E H E N S I V E

IN 2016/17

P R O G R A M M E

RANGE OF NEW MAINSTREAM FILMS AND JUNIOR SCREENINGS, SUCH AS: LA LA LAND, BRIDGET JONES’S BABY, THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN, FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS, THE JUNGLE BOOK, FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM, SECRET LIFE OF PETS, FINDING DORY


FOCUS ON VISITOR EXPERIENCE As a provider of a comprehensive range of activities it is essential that we listen, reflect and action what our customers are saying to ensure that we meeting their expectations. We continuously monitor our performance in all areas and create action plans to maintain or improve our performance in order to retain our valued customers and attract new customers. We have introduced a new Customer Insight Platform which has enabled the Trust to better monitor the feedback we receive. In 2016/17 we re-located and expanded our Customer Contact Centre and introduced contact software servicing all calls and enquiries. This has greatly improved our call handling efficiency. Throughout the financial year of 20162017, Northampton Leisure Trust (NLT) received a total of 461 documented sources of customer comments and feedback, a decrease of 19% on the previous financial year. As identified in the table below the Trust received fewer customer comments, however the number of complaints grew by 16% in comparison to 2015/16. The large majority of

these complaints were focused on the wet side changing rooms at the Mounts Baths. Through a successful application to Sport England, we have received £300k of external funding, and the Trust contributing £250k, and Northampton Borough Council £115k, we will be completing an extensive refurbishment of the wet side changing rooms at Mounts Baths. Work is due to commence in October 2017 and will be completed in February 2018. The result of this project should reduce the number of complaints relating to the Mounts Baths.

“The staff at Cripps are amazing and the pool is the best around.” Anonymous, Cripps

“Gym staff at Mounts take so much pride in ensuring the gym is kept clean and tidy and are always cleaning” Anonymous, Mounts

FEEDBACK TYPE

2015/16

2016/17

COMPLIMENT

102

73

COMPLAINT

218

253

COMMENTS

245

135

TOTAL

565

461

“Luke took the VIPR session. He was very clear, energising and encouraging. Very well done” Anonymous, Mounts

“Thank you for making my sons 7th birthday such a success he and his friends had a great time. The staff were great from booking to setting it up and sorting and entertaining the children. We will definitely recommend Danes” N Martyniak, Danes Camp


VISITOR EXPERIENCE


VISITOR EXPERIENCE NET PROMOTER SCORE (NPS) RESULTS NPS the leading international customer satisfaction tool that gives organisations a single objective: creating more ‘Promoters’ and fewer ‘Detractors’. NPS asks one question: how likely is it that you would recommend the company to a family member or friend? Customers scored between 0 to 10. Promoters are those who rate the company nine or ten and Detractors zero to six. NPS score is determined by subtracting the dectractors from promoters. Leisure-net Solutions (leading consultants) suggest that the health and fitness sector’s average NPS is 34% NLT is performing well above the industry average in terms of NPS results, over 20% better. We are extremely proud of this and our aim is to improve even further.

“Brilliant 3rd birthday party - couldn’t fault it. Staff were brilliant especially Polly & Katie. Will recommend - 10/10” J O’Sullivan, Berzerk

“Son experienced pool for the first time he has significant medical needs and also learning difficulties but this was not an issue for the pool staff. His first swim lesson was amazing and thank you so much. We like to make great memories with him as we never know what is around the corner and this lady was a lovely memory” E. Harvey, Lings Forum

NET PROMOTOR SCORE (NPS) RESULTS

0%

10%

NLT 2016/17

20%

30%

40%

50%

INDUSTRY AVERAGE

IMPROVEMENTS FOR 2016/17 • Work with an external provider for independent mystery visits • Carry out further Customer Service Training


FOCUS ON FINANCE INCOME SOURCES

CAPITAL SPEND

£7m

£1.4m

£6m

£1.2m

£5m

£1m

£4m

£800K

£3m

£600K

£2m

£400K

£1m

£200k

£0

2011/12

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

£0

2012/13 ICT

Membership Fees

Centre Fees

Sales

Other Income

TO TA L I N C O M E

UP 7%

2016 - 2017

£6.5 MILLION 2015 - 2016

£6.1 MILLION

Management Fee

2013/14

2014/15

Plant & Equipment

Building Enhancements

2016/17

Sports & Fitness Equipment

INVESTMENT INTO OUR FACILITIES - TOTAL SPEND 2012 – 2017 Sports & Fitness Equipment

2015/16

Acquisitions

73,901

264,138

Building Enhancements Plant & Equipment Acquisitions

317,203

ICT

592,203

1,137,365


FOCUS ON ENERGY & THE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTING OUR ENVIRONMENT

BY REDUCING OUR USAGE TOTAL Kwh USE 2015/16 v 2016/17 BY CENTRE

2015/16

2016/17

4,500,000 4,000,000 3,500,000 3,000,000 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 1,000,000 500,000 0 MOUNTS BATHS

LINGS FORUM

DANES CAMP

DUSTON

CRIPPS

BERZERK

17% REDUCTION IN ENERGY CONSUMPTION (KWH) ACROSS ALL THIS REDUCTION IS DUE TO OUR INVESTMENT INTO ENERGY SAVING TECHNOLOGY, A CHANGE IN STAFF BEHAVIOURS AND INCREASED MONITORING. WE WILL CONTINUE TO INVEST IN ENERGY SAVING TECHNOLOGY IN ORDER TO FURTHER REDUCE OUR ENERGY CONSUMPTION


OUR VALUES

HEALTH

THE TRUST WILL DELIVER A COMPREHENSIVE RANGE OF ACTIVITIES BOTH WITHIN ITS FACILITIES AND WITHIN THE COMMUNITIES THAT WE SERVE, WHILST CREATING LONG-TERM PARTNERSHIPS WITH OTHER LIKEMINDED ORGANISATIONS TO MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE

EXPERTISE INCLUSIVE THE TRUST WILL CONTINUOUSLY ENHANCE THE KNOWLEDGE AND PROFESSIONALISM OF ITS WORKFORCE AND ITS STRATEGIC PARTNERS TO ENSURE IT DELIVERS HIGH QUALITY SERVICES AND IS ABLE TO RESPOND TO OUR CUSTOMERS PROMPTLY AND COMPREHENSIVELY

EMPLOYEES EQUALITY THE TRUST VALUES ITS EMPLOYEES AND WILL INVEST IN THEM TO MAXIMISE THEIR POTENTIAL, ACHIEVE THEIR CAREER ASPIRATIONS AND TO DELIVER HIGH QUALITY CUSTOMER SERVICE THAT EXCEEDS CUSTOMER EXPECTATIONS

ASPIRATION THE TRUST HAS A CULTURE OF BEING ASPIRATIONAL AND WILL STRIVE TO CHALLENGE ITS STATUS AND ALIGN ITSELF WITH CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

INNOVATION THE TRUST UNDERSTANDS THE NEED TO BE INNOVATIVE IN EVERYTHING IT DOES

THE TRUST IS COMMITTED TO EQUALITY AND DEMONSTRATES ITS ABILITY TO PROMOTE EQUALITY IN EVERYTHING IT DOES IN SERVICING ITS EXISTING AND NEW CUSTOMERS THROUGH ITS POLICIES AND EMPLOYEES

ENVIRONMENT THE TRUST IS FULLY AWARE OF ITS IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND TAKES POSITIVE ACTION TO MINIMISE ITS IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT

THE TRUST RECOGNISES AND RESPECTS THE NEEDS OF ALL WITHIN OUR COMMUNITIES AND WILL ENSURE THAT IT MAINTAINS AN ‘INCLUSIVE’ APPROACH, WITH INTEGRITY

CUSTOMER

SERVICE THE TRUST IS PASSIONATE ABOUT DELIVERING EXCELLENT LEVELS OF CUSTOMER SERVICE AND ADHERES TO ITS CUSTOMER CHARTER

SAFETY

ENSURING THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF EMPLOYEES AND CUSTOMERS, APPLYING THE LEGAL REQUIREMENTS TO PROVIDE AN ACCIDENT-FREE WORKPLACE

INTEGRITY

ACTING WITH TRANSPARENCY, HONESTY AND HONOUR WITHOUT COMPROMISE AS A ‘NOT FOR PROFIT’ COMPANY, ALL THE GENERATED SURPLUSES ARE RE-INVESTED INTO THE ORGANISATION TO ENHANCE FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES FOR OUR LOCAL COMMUNITIES.


FOCUS ON THE FUTURE Northampton Leisure Trust (NLT), since its launch in 2011 has reported exceptional performance year on year, and it is our intention to replicate this performance in 2017/18. We remain visionary and continuously use all our surpluses for the purpose of investing in our current stock of facilities, whilst scanning the ‘tech’ environment for new software and technology to support our vision to enhance our efficient customer service delivery, the retention of our customer base and the reduction of our utility consumption. We are already working towards the total refurbishment of the Nursery at Berzerk after the previous operators closed the facility. As a charitable organisation the total refurbishment of the Nursery aligns to our ‘Values’ and to offer a service that supports the local community who need quality childcare at affordable prices, in a location that is either close to home or work. We expect to start work at Mounts Baths in October 2017 to upgrade the ‘Wet Side’ changing facilities and utilise the £300k grant given by Sport England, with the addition of a further £250K investment from the surpluses generated at NLT and 115K from Northampton Borough Council. We are actively looking for the acquisition of a ‘stand alone’ gym facility outside of Northampton and to be fully operational by the beginning of 2018 which will coincide with the start of the high demand period post Christmas and New Year. It is essential that the negotiation of a long-term lease with Northampton Borough Council is completed in 2017/18 as this will then allow NLT to access borrowing and deliver its investment plans for the replacement of its existing plant and equipment. This investment will reduce utility costs and over time, achieve a return on investment.


FOCUS ON THE FUTURE Work will continue to accelerate a collective vision for there to be a purpose built ‘Wellbeing Centre’ at Weston Favell, combining a new Sports Facility and Health Services under one roof. This initiative would have extremely positive benefits to the whole of the Eastern area of Northampton, and further. Our links with the Health Authorities has gone from strength to strength, especially with the GP Alliance. In the future we intend to engage with a range of Consultants and Services delivered at Northampton General Hospital to ensure that we drive the improvement of Health through Physical Activity by the referral of patients by their Health Professionals. We are continuously searching for the support of external funding to assist with our Vision for the Future and we will continue to work with Oakes Consultancy for the purpose of delivering our comprehensive application to the Heritage Lottery Fund for funding to assist with the refurbishment of the Mounts Baths. We are looking forward to continuing to work closely with Northampton Borough Council, Duston Parish Council, Northampton General Hospital, University of Northampton, and Northampton GP Alliance, their support is appreciated. Once again NLT recognises the professional and strategic support given by our dedicated Board of Trustees and will rely on their support once again this year. The Executive Team and Board of Trustees are looking forward to the challenges of 2017/18 with vigour, passion and confidence. We are confident that 2017/18 will be another challenging year. It is looking as though it will be another year of expansion and refurbishment on a large scale.


FACILITY LOCATIONS A 508 Market Harborough

A 50 Leicester

A 43 Kettering Moulton Park

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Weston Favell Centre

Abington

DUSTON M1/6 Birmingham

Upton

CRIPPS

TOWN CENTRE

Sixfields

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J. 16 A 45 Daventry Coventry

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A 4500 Wellingborough

Billing Weston Favell Billing Aquadrome

A 45 Wellingborough Cambridge

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LINGS FORUM & FORUM CINEMA

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Delapre Delapre Golf Complex

Brackmills

Hunsbury

J. 15A

Great Houghton

A 428 Bedford

Hardingstone

DANES CAMP

A 43 Towcester Oxford

Wootton

N

B 526 Newport Pagnell J. 15 A 508 Milton Keynes

Berzerk Soft Play Centre 4 Clayfield Close Moulton Park Northampton NN3 6QF Tel: 01604 838333

Cripps Recreation Centre Northampton General Hospital Cliftonville Toad Northampton NN1 5DB Tel: 01604 838333

Danes Camp Clannell Road East Hunsbury Northampton NN4 0RX Tel: 01604 838333

Head Office Unity House, 78 Robert Street, Northampton NN1 3BJ Tel: 01604 837 500

M1 London

Duston Sports Centre Cotswold Avenue Duston Northampton NN5 6EX Tel: 01604 838333

Public Parks / Pitch Bookings www.trilogyleisure.co.uk/park bookings Tel: 01604 838333

Lings Forum Leisure Centre & Forum Cinema Billing Brook Road Weston Favell Northampton NN3 8JR Tel: 01604 838333

Mounts Baths Upper Mounts Northampton NN1 3DN Tel: 01604 838333


COMPANY DETAILS REGISTERED OFFICE Unity Leisure (trading as Northampton Leisure Trust) Unity House 78 Robert Street Northampton NN1 3BJ

CHARITIES REGISTRATION NUMBER 1145613 CONTACT DETAILS Head Office: Tel 01604 837500 All Facilities: Tel 01604 838333

COMPANY MEMBERS Age UK Northamptonshire

Duston Parish Council

Northampton Borough Council Northants County Cricket Club Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire

Northampton General Hospital Northamptonshire Sport Chris Holmes

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Douglas Iles - Chairman Chris Holmes Peter Windatt Cllr Anna King (May 2016)

Richard Aveling Andrew Ellis Prof Simon Denny Ian Leather (March 2017)

Connected Together CIC (Healthwatch Northamptonshire) Northants Chamber of Commerce University of Northampton Martin Sawyer

Prof William Pope Martin Sawyer Cllr Jane Birch

Trustees Retired in 2016/17 David Pope (Dec 2016), John Markham – OBE (Nov 2016) Cllr Brandon Eldred (May 2016) EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT TEAM Ian Redfern Robert Austin Managing Director Finance Director/Company Secretary Lawrence Kay Head of Sport & Health Development Operations

James Seymour Sales & Marketing Manager

John Fletcher Director of Business & Performance


STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL ACTIVITIES Unrestricted Funds 2017 £

Restricted Funds 2017 £

Total Funds 2017 £

Total Funds 2016 £

6,475,660 24,000 29,527

17,051

6,475,660 24,000 46,578

5,804,188

Total Income

6,529,187

17,051

6,546,238

6,097,136

Expenditure on: Charitable activities

6,161,290

17,051

6,178,341

6,006,375

Note Income: Charitable Activities Net Interest on pension obligation Other trading actvities

2 3

292,948

Total Expenditure

4

6,161,290

17,501

6,178,341

6,006,375

Net income before other recognised gains and losses Actuarial gains/(losses) on defined benefit pension schemes

18

367,897 (306,000)

-

367,897 (306,000)

90,761 3,255,000

61,897

-

61,897

3,345,761

Reconciliation of funds Total Funds Brought Forward

1,796,383

-

1,796,383

(1,549,378)

Total Funds Carried Forward

1,858,280

-

1,858,280

1,796,383

New movement in funds


BALANCE SHEET Notes £ Fixed assets Intangible assets Tangible assets

Current assets Stocks Debtors Cash at bank and in hand

Creditors amounts falling due within one year

9 10

11 12

13

Total Funds Subject to Final Audit

32,978 1,639,094

1,602,865

1,672,072

942,838

920,626

(597,538)

(656,302) 345,300

264,324

1,948,165

1,936,396

14

(495,885)

(723,013

18

1,452,280 406,000

1,213,383 583,000

1,858,280

1,796,383

Net assets including pension scheme assets (liabilities) Charity Funds Unrestricted funds: Unrestricted funds excluding pension asset Pension reserve Total unrestricted funds

2016 £

28,639 1,574,226

61,796 313,169 543,661

Total assets less current liabilities

Net assets excluding pension scheme assets (liabilities) Defined benefit pension scheme asset

£

67,497 338,738 536,558

Net current assets

Creditors amounts falling due after more than one year

2017 £

1,452,280 406,000

1,213,383 583,000 1,858,280

1,796,383

1,858,280

1,796,383


“INSPIRING ACTIVE LIFESTYLES” BERZERK SOFT PLAY CENTRE

LINGS FORUM CINEMA

CRIPPS RECREATION CENTRE

LINGS FORUM LEISURE CENTRE

DUSTON SPORTS CENTRE

SPORT, PLAY & HEALTH DEVELOPMENT

DANES CAMP LEISURE CENTRE

MOUNTS BATHS

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust

Northampton Leisure Trust Annual Report 2015/2016  
Northampton Leisure Trust Annual Report 2015/2016