Social Enterprise and local charity, Carn Brea Leisure Centre, is looking for new trustees to join its board to help take it through the next stages of its development.
Carn Brea Leisure Centre was opened by Kerrier District Council in 1974, but following a brief period of closure and campaign to save the centre, reopened in February 2000 trading as an Independent Charitable Trust.
Over the subsequent ten years the charity has grown from strength to strength and as well as accommodating over 600,000 visits a year, has recently been awarded the Social Enterprise Mark to recognise its contribution for trading socially and environmentally.
Jeff Marston, chairman of the trustees, said: “This is an exciting time to be joining the Board as we continue to focus on offering the community an affordable, quality and professional facility while ensuring that our sustainable leisure centre remains an essential component of the regeneration of the Camborne, Pool, Illogan and Redruth.
“We would particularly like to hear from anyone with experience or involvement in the strategic development of small and medium sized businesses, a professional background in the health services or with experience of voluntary sector funding.”
Anyone who is interested in becoming a Trustee is asked to visit the recruitment page of the centre’s website.