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Hartham 3G Consultation
We are asking for comments on our proposals to redevelop the Council's old tennis courts
Everyone Active hosts free GO TRI sessions ahead of aquathlon
Hartham Leisure Centre, operated by Everyone Active, is inviting people aged 16 and over in Hertford to have a go at an aquathlon and is running free GO TRI sessions on Monday 14 and Thursday 17 April to help customers prepare for the race by giving them a taste of important triathlon elements like brick training and transitions.
Hertford PT qualifies for Miss Hertfordshire Finals
Francesca Cianciola, personal trainer at Hartham Leisure Centre in Hertford, has reached the finals of the Miss Hertfordshire 2014 competition and is one step closer to the Miss England title.
Everyone Active limbers up for Sport Relief Mile
The Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile is returning to Hertford. The town is set to host its second Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile on Sunday 23 March and still needs local people to come together and show their support by entering now at www.sportrelief.com.
Hartham Leisure Centre awarded funding to boost accessibility
Disabled visitors to Hartham Leisure Centre – operated by Everyone Active – will soon be able to enjoy greater accessibility thanks to a £58K investment from Hertfordshire County Council.
Hartham Leisure Centre wins Quest for quality
Hartham Leisure Centre in Hertford – operated Everyone Active in partnership with East Herts District Council - is celebrating after passing the Quest Plus quality assessment scheme with flying colours.

Fitness Suite and Studios

If you enjoy a good work out in a state of the art environment then why not try out our fitness centre at Hartham Leisure Centre. With 85 pieces of the latest equipment, Trixter bikes, a Reation Trainer, and a new fully air-conditioned group exercise studio this is a great way to boost your fitness levels. Our group exercise programme will introduce members to some of the leading classes in group exercise today including PowerPlate vibration trainers, Trixter XDream bikes, Body Attack, Body Pump, Body Balance and the NEW Zumba.

In the fitness suite we have results cards designed to offer you a different work out every time and you can also book our personal trainer to provide motivation and results driven exercise plans.


Swimming Pool

At Hartham Leisure Centre we have a fantastic newly refurbished 6 lane 33m main pool, which also incorporates a 25m swimming pool due to a moveable boom and another separate teaching pool.  We also offer ASA accredited ‘Swim School’ and Aqua Aerobics or Swim Fitness.


Outdoor Six Rink Bowls

For those requiring a more sedate form of activity we offer an outdoor bowls.  We have a Outdoor six rink Bowls facility with onsite toilet facilities. You can play casually by booking at the centre or purchase a season pass which last from April to September.


Male and Female Changing Facilities

The changing facilities at Hartham are newly built, state of the art and offer separate male and female changing rooms.  All of our changing rooms are also equipped with lockers, which require a refundable £1 to access.



Our separate meeting room is ideal for business meetings or focused work out sessions and is complete with it’s own changing facility.  Please ask at reception for further details.


Astroturf / Outdoor Pitches

We can offer our customers a variety of outdoor sports 7 days a week.  We have 4 individual tennis courts, 2 adult 11-a-side grass pitches and 1 junior 7-a-side grass pitch all within our outside area.  From budding professionals to enthusiastic amateurs we help cater for anyone wanting to be active.  We can also offer a variety of outdoor football facilities for both training sessions and matches.  Please ask at reception for further details.



We provide a variety of light snacks and refreshments for all guests at different vending machines throughout the building.





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Clubs & Associations

Fancy Playing Bowls on Hartham Common

Make new friends and enjoy a very social activity! A great way to keep fit and active at any age, male or female.

Equipment and coaching available. We play friendly mathces at weekends. We also participate in local leagues, competitions and cups.

If interested please contact Harry Wright on 01992 423423 or James Parsley on 01992 589719.


Hertford Swimming Club

Once your children have progressed through the Everyone Active Swimming Lesson Scheme, they can look to become apart of the successful Hertford Swimming Club.

Hertford Swimming Club is a medium-sized friendly competitive swimming club with about 150 swimmers from aged 6 years and up. We have a competitive men’s water polo team (over 16’s) and an adults’ swim session.

All our staff are ASA-qualified swimming teachers and coaches.

Hertford swimming club was awarded ‘Swim 21’ Accreditation at ‘Teaching’ level in 2006 and added ‘Skill Development’ level in 2007. Swim 21 accreditation includes the generic sports ‘Club Mark’ accreditation standard.

Swim 21 accreditation is awarded by the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) when a Club has proved it is well run and provides good coaching in a happy and safe environment for all its swimmers.

Youngsters’ strokes and skills are developed progressively to competition level. Our swimmers compete in ‘friendly’ local galas, county leagues, county and regional championships, and ‘open meets’ of varying levels appropriate to their age and ability. Training time per week starts with a 30min session for the beginners to a maximum of 6 sessions a week totalling 11 hours for the senior squad.

Contact details

To arrange children’s trials contact: 

For Water Polo contact:
Neil Cook email ncook@hannaford.co.uk

For adults swim contact:
Margaret Carrier please email margaret.carrier@ntlworld.com

You can find out more about our Club and contact details for our Club officers on our website:




Hereford Swimming Club

Hertford Swimming Club - Once your children have progressed through the Everyone Active Swimming Lesson Scheme, they can look to become apart of the successful Hertford Swimming Club. Click here for more information on our What's Going On page.

Hereford Rugby Football Club

Hertford Rubgy Football Club - One of the largest sports Club in Hertfordshire fielding 7 adult teams with the 1st XV playing in National League 3 South and 11 mini and youth teams at some of the best facilities available in the County.

Circles Montessori

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Everyone Active Hartham are proud to sponsor Ashley, Brodie and Sarah.

The centre will be supporting these athletes with their training by providing access to the centres gym and studio for the next year.
The team at Hartham will be eagerly watching their progression in competitive swimming and we will update our members every month on their development.

Here is some information on Ashley, Brodie and Sarah:


Ashley: Since August I have been training hard in the pool and the gym but regretfully at a reduced number of sessions due to the demands of school work as it’s my last year at school! Even though I haven’t completed as many gym sessions as I had hoped, I am still seeing improvements with lots of successful races, so from the gym sessions I have done, the work has paid off.

In September, we competed in the Isobel Hospice Gala held at Hitchin pool. This was the first competition of the season and we performed well, coming first overall, considering the reduced amount of training over the summer (which I don’t like because I find it hard to get back into training). I swam in three races and came first in all three of them.

Medals/ trophies from Presentation Evening

Next, was the Hertford S.C. Presentation Evening which was held at Sele School at the beginning of October. The evening consisted of awarding the medals/ trophies from the Club Championships which were held back in June/ July 2013. I received 11 medals - 10 gold and 1 silver- along with 10 trophies including the ‘Pineapple Cup’ which is the oldest and biggest cup. I was also awarded with a specially designed paper weight for competing in 75 galas for the club (these are just for team gala events, not open meets, meaning it is very hard to achieve because there aren’t many local galas around). On Friday 11th October, I captained a team of four swimmers, including myself, through the qualifying rounds of the ESSA (English Schools Swimming Association) at Everyone Active’s Woodside Pool in Watford. Presdales School came third in both the Medley and Freestyle relays, which qualified us for the National Schools Finals in 9th and 11th places respectively out of the whole country! The National finals would be held at Crystal Palace National Sports Centre at the end of November. The last event for October was on Saturday 12th where we all travelled to Hackney on a coach for the first round of the Arena League. This is the first year we have entered into this league so we were placed in division 2 (the bottom division) with many other teams who had entered for the first time, including Luton, Brompton, Basildon & Phoenix and the massive club of Hillingdon who have over 800 swimmers! I swam in five races (the maximum a swimmer is allowed to do) including the 200 IM- where I obtained a PB, 100 fly, 100 free and two relays. In this first round we excelled ourselves and came a credible 3rd out of eight teams.

Presdales Team- I am 2nd from right

On the first weekend of November, Cheshunt held their annual open meet at Southbury Road. I competed in the 100 IM, 100 fly, 50 free, 50 fly and 50 breast, collecting five county qualifying times, one regional qualifying time, a club record in the 100 fly, along with a PB, and three first and two second place finishes. On the 9th November, Hertford S.C travelled to Borehamwood for the second round of the Arena League. We came third on the evening, meaning we qualified for the final of the division two league in eighth place. I competed in the same five events as the previous round and achieved another PB in my 200 IM! At the end of November, I travelled to Crystal Palace National Sports Centre with three teammates from Presdales School to compete at the ESSA National Schools Relay Finals. We were seeded as the 11th fastest team in the country for the free relay, where I swam the lead off leg and touched home second in a long course (slower than short course) PB of 29.57 where the team came eighth during the heats. This great swim qualified us for the final! We then swam in the final, where we were up against some tough opposition who were all fee-paying schools, including Plymouth College pupil Ruta Meilutyte who is a three- time world record holder and won gold at the London 2012 Olympics. We came one place higher in the final, finishing as the seventh fastest team in the county. After both the free relays, our team then competed in the medley relay and came 13th overall. Here is the link to the Hertfordshire Mercury write up: http://www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk/Sport/Hertford-Ware/National-swimming-success-for-Presdales-pupils-20131128150320.htm

The Winter Regional Championships was the next event that I competed in which was held on the 7th December at the UEA pool in Norwich. I competed in the 50 fly and 50 breast, coming 27th overall (6th in the open category) and 17th (6th in the open category), with two county qualifying times a one regional qualifying time. I didn’t swim as well as I had wanted to but this may be due to the early start I had- we left the house at 5:30am, something that I wasn’t used to but other swimmers may be because they train at these early times of the morning. The next weekend saw Hertford compete in the final round of the Arena League at Beacontree Heath swimming pool. I swam the five same races as I had done in the previous rounds and recorded another PB in my 200 IM! Up against the top eight clubs in our division, Hertford entered the final round in eighth place only to better that place by coming seventh on the night- an outstanding performance for the first year we have entered this league! My last swim of 2013 was at Basildon & Phoenix’s open meet which was held at the Everyone Active Basildon Sporting Village, a 50 metre pool. On Saturday 21st December I competed in the 50 fly, where I swam slower than I had hoped. The next day was the 50 breast where I produced a long-course PB which converts to a short course PB too. This bettered my original regional entry time for the 50 breast. I came seventh in the 50 fly for the 15 and over age group and third in the 50 breast- a good race to end the year on a high note.

A new year begins and many more swimming experiences to come! After having a break over the Christmas holidays and eating far too much, training began on the 6th of January. Our first competition was the first round of the Major League on Saturday 11th January at Hemel Hempstead. It was a busy day for me as I played hockey at Leighton Buzzard and then came straight to the gala. But thanks to the gym work I had been doing, I had good stamina so I was able to keep going and swim well. I did five races- 100 free, 100 fly, medley relay, freestyle relay and the squadron (the fastest swimmer in each age group)- where I achieved four first places and a third in the squadron, meaning I won the Hertford teddy for the best swimmer on the day! As a team we came a credible first place overall; with two rounds left, we are in a good position to win the league. Hoddesdon Open meet was the next competition of 2014 which was held over both days of a weekend. On the Saturday I competed in the 100 free where I got a PB (0.20 off of a Regional Qualifying time, even though they have become much harder this year…) and came third, along with the 50 free where I finished in third place with a PB and just off another regional qualifying time! On Sunday, I swam the 100 fly in the second fastest time I have done during my whole time of swimming and came first. This was a great weekend for me with three faster entry times for the counties! The weekend after Hoddesdon was Stevenage’s open meet where I swam the 200 free and recorded another PB and came first. Hatfield open was the weekend after Stevenage on Saturday 1st February. I swam very well again during my 100 breast, gaining a PB by over one and a half seconds, making me only 0.24 seconds off of a regional qualifying time! At the open meet, I also met a prospective head coach of another club which I am looking to train with while I am at university. January was a very good month for my swimming with a PB in every race I swam in at every open meet and some fast times at galas. February has also started off very well and I hope it will continue.

Overall, since September, I have spent lots of hours at a swimming pool, whether for training, competitions, or for work- it’s like my second home! The gym sponsorship is really helping me to progress my swimming and I would like to train more times in the gym once my exams are over, along with working much more often. To show just how far I have come with the help of the gym sponsorship and hard training in the pool, I have achieved a total of 10 PB’s since the start of the season in September- a very promising outlook because in some seasons, I don’t achieve any PB’s at all- for example, a few years ago, I didn’t achieve a PB on my 50 fly for three whole years…! Once again, thank you very much for your sponsorship, it helps my swimming (as well as hockey!) a lot as you can see from the results above and I hope to keep training hard to achieve another regional qualifying time.


Since my last blog I’ve been really busy! 

Towards the end of the Summer I had one last attempt at getting my Regional time for 100 Free so I entered the last chance open meet at Hatfield.  My mate Ben came poolside with me and supported me during the warm up and gave me advice and I knocked a whole second off my PB and qualified for Norwich.  It was the first time I had qualified for Regionals and I was really pleased.  To prepare for the race I went over to the long course pool at Luton a couple of times with my Dad.  It is very different swimming in a 50m pool and weirdly you tend to swim slower as you don’t get the advantage of the speed off the turns!

I spent the weekend in Norwich scouting the pool and mentally preparing for my race.  It was only me and my coach Steve poolside and I was proud to be representing Hertford Swimming Club.  My Mum and my Nan were in the crowd and videoed my race on their ipad!  I came 2nd in my heat and put in a really good time.

Since getting a sponsorship from Everyone Active I have been training hard to see if I can get more regional times this year.  I have 4 qualifying times for Counties, 50 free and fly and 100 free and fly.  I prefer to focus on the strokes that I am good at and concentrate my training on developing for these strokes.  The gym membership has really helped with my core strength and I have certainly developed more upper body strength.  I try to go to the gym twice a week, either at Fanshawe after school or at Hartham before swimming.

Unfortunately I sustained an injury to my back late last year and have been having sports therapy to keep me flexible and mobile.  I wasn’t able to train as hard as I might have liked to but I am back to full strength now. 

As you know I also play baseball and have again been selected for the GB Cadet Team and my swimming has certainly helped with my fitness as I can out plank everyone!! 


It has been a great start to the season this year. I have been busy competing in many different competitions from Cheshunt open meet to begin the season, to Winter regional’s, up in Norwich  and the Hatfield Valentines open meet. Thanks to training at the gym, I achieved three winter regional qualifying times, and chose to swim the 100 and the 50 metres breaststroke at the competition. This was one of my high lights of the season so far as I swam well, got into the B final and came 5th in the final. I was very pleased with my result, and feel that the extra training in the gym helped me go this far. Another highlight was breaking the 50 metre breaststroke club record at the Hatfield Valentines open meeting. Again, I feel that I would not have been able to do this without the training I have been able to do at the gym to go alongside my training in the pool.

It’s been great, if not hard work, having they chance to train at the gym, to help improve my swimming. It’s been much harder to fit the training in, due to school pressures, but I’m managing to go twice a week, even if this does include an early morning session! I have been trying to push myself harder, by going for longer on the cardio machines and when doing circuits, and by adding extra weights when I’m using the machine weights. I can feel a real improvement when I swim, as the long sets start to feel ever so slightly easier, until the coach adds butterfly into the set!

The staff are really friendly and always there to help if you need a new exercise to add to a circuit, or if you need to work out what is best to work which muscles. I’ve been trying out many new exercises on both the power plates and the trx and I am really enjoying these to bits of equipment, as they are different to the conventional machines you get at the gym.

I’m really looking forward to the rest of this season, to the county championships and regional championships, and hope my training in the gym will really pay off at these events.


What is a Go-Tri Aquathlon?
Go Tri is an initiative from Triathlon England to get more people into the sport. It is mainly geared towards beginners but can be entered by people looking to improve in the two disciplines of swimming and running.

We will begin with a pool-based swim and end with a park run. Competitors will be split into ‘waves’ and there are two distances to enter.

200m swim + 2km run
400m swim + 5km run

Who can enter?
Everyone – as long as you can swim distance (either breaststroke or front crawl) and you’re aged between 16 and 116!

How do I enter?
Applicants must first register for a FREE Everyone Active card (if not a Everyone Active Member) Register FREE Here(Your card will be ready and waiting for you next time you visit your local Everyone Active Leisure Centre)



please call the centre to reserve your place.
Then complete the entry form for the event - Download PDF Form You will be notified of your allocated wave, timings and, upon arrival at the event, each competitor will be allocated a coloured swim hat

What time does it all start and finish?
On the day, registration for all groups will open at 7am
The first wave will set off at 8am
We recommend that each competitor arrives approximately one hour before their wave starts
The whole event will be finished by approximately 1pm.

What does it cost?
Entry is £15 per person. Day licences will be covered by Everyone Active

What should I bring and what will be provided?
Please bring all your kit, trainers, shorts, t-shirt, socks, swimwear, goggles, towel, drinks bottle, race belt (if desired) and warm clothing for afterwards
We’ll provide swim caps and race numbers
Lockers are available within the leisure centre.

What about spectators?
There’s plenty of room for everyone, so do bring all your supporters along!
They can view from poolside and then make their way out to the park to cheer you on as you run Some zones will be restricted to competitors only, but these will clearly marked and we’ll have plenty of marshals to point everyone in the right direction

Spectators will be able to buy food and drink from the café on the common.

How do I get to Hartham Leisure Centre?
Find us at Hartham Common, Hertford, SG14 1QR.
The centre is easily accessible by car and there is plenty of parking available on-site and in the public car parks around the common, which are free of charge on a Sunday
The nearest train stations are Hertford East and Hertford North.

For all further information, please contact Ian Ling at ianling@everyoneactive.com

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Chris Yearley - General Manager


Your Role . . .  As the General Manager of the club, I support the management team and ensure all colleagues have everything they need to carry out there responsibilities. I ensure The Everyone Active brand visions and company business plan objectives are fulfilled. I work closely with East Herts Council to ensure the local Government plans are achieved.

How long have you worked in the Leisure Industry for? . . . 12 years

What do you enjoy about working for Everyone Active? . . . The passion for improving the lifestyle and wellbeing of the local community. My job involves meeting a lot of people in the community and working with local charities, that's what I enjoy! Our colleagues make such a difference to so many peoples lives in Hertford.

Anything else you would like to add? . . . Everyone Active, Hartham Leisure Centre has become the number one place to achieve activity, health and general wellbeing goals. The £1.6m investment offers the very best, state of the art facilities and equipment to the community of Hertford and surrounding areas and its a real pleasure to work at the club.


Craig Brown - Customer Service Manager


Your role? . . . An innovative new role established in 2011 to drive and deliver world class customer service at the club. I work closely with the Head of Departments and Duty Manager team to ensure all aspects of the club run smoothly. Customer service has been the heart of the business plan and as a result customer satisfaction levels have dramatically increased. Hartham were ranked as one of the top 7 clubs in the United Kingdom in 2011 by making it to the final of the FIA FLAME Awards which shows just how far we have come! 

How long have you worked in the industry? . . . 6 years

What do you enjoy about working for Everyone Active? . . . Everyone Active adopt a completely different way of thinking about activity. By not limiting our members to exercising souly in the gym, we are able to reach a far wider range of people and with knowledgeable and helpful colleagues we have the ability to help change their lives. This enables greater flexibility for me in my job and ensures no two days are ever the same. 

Anything else you would like to add? . . . "Quality in a service or product is not what you put into it. It is what the client or customer gets out of it."


Ian Ling - Fitness Manager


Your role? . . . Everything to do with getting fit at Hartham comes through me! Whether that is exercising in the gym, in classes, juniors or even the use of Everyone Active Online to help you get fit at home. I manage a team of 7 Fitness Motivators and Personal Trainers to ensure that we deliver a service that has your goals as a priority, if there is something you want to achieve we can help get you there.

How long have you worked in the industry? . . . 7 years

What do you enjoy about working for Everyone Active? . . .  As a brand we try to provide the best facilities we can offer the local community, if there isn’t something right we react, if there is something new, we replace our current equipment. Therefore keeping us as the leading Leisure operator in the industry for the last 4 years.

Anything else you would like to add? . . . The reason this centre is unique compared to other centres, both in the company and outside, is the people. The colleagues at Hartham have one sole purpose, to help the health of the community. It is my job to ensure this is being delivered for as wide a range of people as possible.


Hayley Pottle - Membership Manager


Your role? . . . My role as Membership Manager is to ensure my team treat all new and current members alike and offer the best deals possible. I also thrive in ensuring all our customers are happy with our product and receive a friendly and informative tour of the club and in depth details.

How long have you worked in the industry? . . . I have worked for the company since November 2012. I came from LA Fitness and have worked in the industry since 2001.

What do you enjoy about working for Everyone Active? . . .  I like the relaxed atmosphere within everyone active and having the flexibility to push my team to achieve more than they thought possible. I also enjoy being able to take my team on a well deserved 'well done' lunches to reward hard work.

Anything Else you would like to add? . . . I began my leisure career as a part time fitness instructor and progressed onto Personal Training, Sports massage and General Management. I have always been keen on horse riding and have competed to a high level. I was also National and County champion with my netball team (back in the day!), so really enjoy the leisure scene.

Kath Halle - Swimming Lesson Manager


Your role? . . . As Swimming Lesson Manager I am responsible for over 1000 people on our Swimming Lesson Scheme and over 1100 school children ranging from as little as 5 months to adults of all different abilities.

How long have you worked in the industry? . . . 20 years

What do you enjoy about working for Everyone Active? . . . I enjoy working for Everyone Active because I really believe in their vision and I understand what they are trying to achieve. Have you done your 30 minutes of activity today?

Anything else you would like to add? . . . I love seeing children progress through the Swimming Lesson Scheme stages and the glow on their little faces when they learn something new!


Elodie O'Neill - Front of House Manager


Your role? . . . As Front of House Manager I manage the reception team and our retail department. At Hartham we are fortunate enough to have some exceptional individuals who are not only knowledgeable but are able to deliver an outstanding level of customer service every single day.

How long have you worked in the industry? . . . 5 years

What do you enjoy about working for Everyone Active? . . . Our main focus at Hartham this year has been on customer service. Everyone Active have been brilliant in supporting us and given us ample training to ensure we remain at the very peak of our performance.


Francesca Brady - Group Exercise Co-ordinator


Your role? . . . As the Group Exercise Co-ordinator for Hartham my main role is to ensure our members receive an enjoyable and effective workout whilst in our studio. I work closely with our Fitness Manager to ensure we are constantly coming up with new ideas and different ways to help our members enjoy 30 minutes of exercise 5 times a week.

How long have you worked in the leisure industry? . . . 2 years

What do you enjoy about working for Everyone Active? . . . The members we have at Hartham are great and seem to have a real passion for all different types of classes.


Aron Pullen - Duty Manager


Your role? . . . As one of three Duty Managers i am responsible for the operations of the building when im on shift. I also work as the Maintenance Manager for the site which keeps me occupied with maintenance checks, building checks, cleanliness monitoring, legionella monitoring, balanced water tests and QUEST support to name just a few.

How long have you worked in the industry? . . . 12 years

What do you enjoy about working for Everyone Active? . . . Everyone Active have excellent colleagues, fantastic facilities and at great prices!


Kevin Lynch - Duty Manager


Your role? . . . As one of three Duty Managers I am responsible for the operations of the building when im on shift. I am The Health and Safety site co-ordinator ensuring the entire building is safe for our customers and colleagues at all times.

How long have you worked in the industry? . . . 11 years

What do you enjoy about working for Everyone Active? . . . One of the main reasons I enjoy working for Everyone Active is the fantastic team we have here at Hartham. Every single colleague works hard and is committed to providing our customers with a hassle free and enjoyable experience.


Robert Matthews - Duty Manager


Your role . . . As one of three shift leaders my role is to support the Duty Manager whilst on shift. I work closely with our maintenance manager to provide our customers with fully functional equipment and in turn a hassle free experience. When called upon I am able to act up as a Duty Manager and have gained valuable experience in doing so.

How long have you worked in the industry . . .  On and off for 10 years

What do you enjoy about working for Everyone Active? . . . The colleagues that we have at the centre make working for Hartham an absolute pleasure. From the ladies at reception and the team on poolside to the managers out the back; we all strive to achieve the same goal and we have shown we have the ability to compete with the very best centres in the UK.


Mark Charles - Shift Leader


Your role? . . . As one of three shift leaders my role is to support the Duty Manager whilst on shift. I am highly trained in pool plant room operations and work closely with our on site Health and Safety Manager to provide our customers with a safe environment to enjoy their activity.

How long have you worked in the industry? . . . 5 years

What do you enjoy about working for Everyone Active? . . . I enjoy the strong team ethic built in to Everyone Active and i think this is always obvious when you walk into one of our sites.

Anything else you would like to add? . . . To show that we don't just 'talk the talk' SLM also have a football team that play Sunday league football. Its a great way to stay in shape and also provides us with a good opportunity to build team spirit even on those cold winter mornings!