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    Maidstone Leisure Trust

    The Maidstone Leisure Trust was formed in April 2007. It is responsible for the strategic management and development of a wide variety of leisure facilities and activities at Maidstone Leisure Centre.

    The board comprises seven trustees. It has an excellent mix of talents from various areas of the community and includes representatives from the centre’s managing agents.

    Our Vision

    Our aim is to provide, maintain and develop a first class range of health, leisure and recreational activities and facilities to serve the borough of Maidstone and the surrounding areas.

    Scope

    We will work in partnership with the community, sports clubs and all relevant bodies including existing providers of relevant leisure and recreational activities, Kent County Council, Maidstone Borough Council, School Sports partnerships, parish councils and potential funding partners.
     



    The Maidstone Leisure Trust’s Chairman Paul Alcock passes away.

    Maidstone Leisure Trust Chairman Paul Alcock passed away on Monday 29th January after a long battle with cancer. He was 64.

    Paul had a distinguished career as a top level professional referee in the Premier League and was hugely respected by all in the game. 

    Paul taking part in a Business Challenge at Maidstone Grammar School helping students develop employability skills.
     

    His career path included the management of The Mall Shopping Centre as well as roles in Town Centre Management, the Urban Blue Bus, football referee assessing, and his work for the Leisure Trust.

    He was the driving force in setting up the Maidstone Leisure Trust in 2007, and was well known as an active champion of a range of activities to benefit the local community for many years.  

    The Trust, which oversees the strategy and development of the facilities and activities at Maidstone Leisure Centre was something very close to Paul’s heart.

    James Reynolds, Partnership Manager for the Maidstone Leisure Trust said: 

    “Paul was an inspiring leader and worked hard to make a positive difference in the community. 

    The contribution he has made is immeasurable and our deepest and heartfelt condolences go out to his family and friends.”

      
     
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