Health and Well-being: Leisure Facilities Strategy

Status: Current

Have your say on the future of Rother’s leisure facilities in the next 10 years.

Earlier in 2022, Rother District Council held an extensive community consultation to find out about people’s views on outdoor and indoor leisure provision in the District and what services and facilities are needed over the next 10 years.

Building on the feedback received and research undertaken, the draft Rother Health and Well-being: Leisure Facilities Strategy has been developed. This strategy sets out our long-term vision for leisure activities across the district, the principles on which we propose to develop facilities, and our aim and objectives for leisure provision.

The Council now wants your views on our proposed strategy for outdoor and indoor leisure facilities and services around Rother. We are looking for your views on the draft document. There is also an opportunity to let us know if there is anything missing or new information you would like us to take into account.

Please read our executive summary and full strategy below.



How to Take Part in this Consultation

You can take part by completing the online questionnaire

Alternatively, if you have longer responses on the strategy, or documents or reports with new evidence that could inform the strategy please email: consultations@rother.gov.uk

Or write to:
Leisure Facilities Strategy Consultations,
Rother District Council,
Town Hall,
Bexhill-on-Sea,
TN39 3JX

Or hand in any responses to our offices at The Almonry, Battle or Rye Central Library.

Written or emailed responses should include your views on the vision, shared outcomes, principles, aim and objectives from pages 1 to 4 of the Executive Summary. Also include your views on the role of town and parish councils as a partner and the aspiration to improve swimming provision.

The closing date for responses is Tuesday 20th December 2022.