Haverhill Leisure Centre, Lordscroft Lane, Haverhill, Suffolk, CB9 0ER)



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    About the Trust

    We are a not-for-profit social enterprise, which means we re-invest any financial surplus back into our services.

    What goes in – stays in!

    We work for the whole community, providing quality facilities and opportunities to lead a healthier, active lifestyle.

    We manage 15 facilities across Suffolk with 1 in Cambridgeshire, on behalf of West Suffolk Council and Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Council.

    We make a difference.
    Our annual social impact is £6 million

    We are a not-for-profit social enterprise.
    What goes in stays in!

    We are a trusted partner of choice.
    We work with our strategic partners for improved services for all.

    We work with partners on health prevention and rehabilitation, embedding physical activity into the lives of our community.

    We are local.
    We have knowledge and understanding of the communities we work in because we are part of those communities.


    Suffolk leisure company extends free online programme to support social isolation

    Abbeycroft Leisure, Suffolk’s largest independent leisure provider, has extended a programme of free online sessions designed to support loneliness, isolation and dementia awareness. Their ‘Together During Lockdown’ programme includes a mix of gentle, physical activity sessions such as chair based exercise and strength and balance,  as well as virtual friendship groups aimed at those living with dementia, […]

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    Abbeycroft Leisure Initiative to combat holiday hunger

    Abbeycroft Leisure in partnership with Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils, has further developed its ‘Festive Food’ initiative to support families in need during February half term. 160 food parcels, containing ingredients for five meals for a family of four, will be distributed, via seven collection centres, throughout the districts in the February half-term. The box […]

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