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active net online keynote panel 2021

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Date 31.03.2021
Duration 1 Hour 13 Minutes 30 Seconds
Author Leisure-net
Description The challenges that were facing public sector leisure, health and fitness facilities have grown exponentially during the last 12 months. In this panel senior members of our sector will discuss what the future holds now and how we keep the services we provide at the heart of society’s and government's response going forwards. Chaired by Mike Hill; Tara Dillon – CIMSPA; Huw Edwards – ukactive; Kirsty Cummings - CLUK; Debbie Kaye - CLOAS; Sport England – Kevin Mills
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