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Boom in leisure club activity

Leisure club providers Anytime Clubs; Roko Health; YMCA; BXR and a record number of leading councils and leisure trusts have already confirmed to attend this year’s Paf forum  with more booking daily.

Places are going fast so don’t miss the opportunity to meet with and do business with these providers at the Heythrop Park Resort, Oxfordshire on 8-9 July.

With facilities having been closed for the best part of a year, the sector has seen a boom in new projects, developments and upgrades being procured for.

The Paf forum looks set to be Stable’s biggest event of the year, and we look forward to welcoming you.

If you are a leisure provider contact [email protected] 

If you are a supplier, to meet these providers contact [email protected] 

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