Vision Sport and Leisure is responsible for managing Ashton Playing Fields, Cricklefields Athletic Ground, Fairlop Waters, Fairlop Outdoor Activity Centre, Fullwell Cross Leisure Centre, Redbridge Cycling Centre, the Sports and Health team and Wanstead Leisure Centre.
In May 2011, Vision became responsible for a wider range of services in Redbridge, including, Libraries, Redbridge Museum, Local Studies and Archives, Parks, Open Spaces, Country Parks, Sport and Physical Activity, Arts, Events, Glasbury House, and Hall Lettings (including Sir James Hawkey Hall). The main aim for this change was to give residents more opportunities to get involved in their local park, library or sports centre as well making savings to the Council.
Working alongside the Trust’s management team, the organisation is overseen by a Board of Director Trustees made up of community representatives and local Councillors. The company is led by Chief Executive Iain Varah. The Sport and Leisure arm of Vision is led by Keith Newton–Director of Sport and Leisure / Deputy Chief Executive.
If you have any questions about the Trust please contact:
Pam Flindall, P.A. to the Chief Executive, Vision–Redbridge Culture & Leisure, 3rd Floor Central Library, Clements Road, Ilford, IG1 1EA or email firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about our additional services can be found at www.redbridge.gov.uk
Vision is a registered charity and as a non-profit organisation, any surplus we make will be re-invested for community benefit, to improve the quality of facilities and services offered to you. As a social enterprise Vision is committed to working in partnership with the London Borough of Redbridge to deliver a wide range of leisure services to the communities that we serve.