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Leisure Management
2011 issue 2

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3   Editor's letter: Cinemas sweat their assets
There are rumours that the London 2012 Olympics may in part be broadcast in 3D. Although no announcement has been made about cinema screenings, this would be a great way to make the event more accessible

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8   News update: Hospitality
'Little recovery' in insolvencies

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10   News update: Sport
Rugby participation on the up

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11   News update: Property
Pinewood confirms Peel bid

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12   News update: Health & Fitness
easyGym secures first sites

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14   News update: Attractions
Loch Ness project gets go ahead

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16   News update: Public Sector
Early start for wellbeing board

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17   News update: Parks
£110m revamp for English rivers

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18   News update: Commercial
Wagamama sold to Duke Street

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19   News update: Spa
St Pancras Renaissance opens

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20   News update: Design news
Including the Turner Contemporary and the iconic Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc

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22   Hotseat: Neil Harmsworth
The co-founder of payasUgym speaks to Kath Hudson about revolutionising the health and fitness industry

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26   Interview: Paul Allin
As the ONS and government attempt to measure national wellbeing, project director Paul Allin tells us about the aims and challenges of the scheme

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30   Architect's focus: Hopkins Architects
The Olympic Velodrome has wowed critics with its sustainable, sleek and practical design. Senior architect Mike Taylor tells us how they got there

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32   Technology: The art of social networking
Done right, social networking can be a cheap and hugely effective way of attracting new business. The experts give us some tips and we explore some of the leisure companies making Facebook and Twitter work for them

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38   Green Space: A new forest for England
The Woodland Trust is forging innovative new partnerships with Disney Store and Ikea in its quest to create a new native forest in Hertfordshire. We find out more

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41   Show Preview: Sustainability live preview
A look at what to expect from this year's show, 24-26 May 2011

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42   Hotel and Spa: London calling
The capital is gearing up for the Royal Wedding and the 2012 Olympics with a raft of luxury hotel and spa openings. We take a look at some of the biggest
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46   Hospitality: Capital gains
London hoteliers are set for a bumper 2012, but can they sustain the boom? Liz Hall reviews PwC's latest research
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48   Eco pioneers: ski power
Who says power stations have to be ugly? The designers of a groundbreaking waste to energy power plant featuring a ski slope and visitor centre tell us how they thought up the idea
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52   Consultancy: A helping hand
From the Hambantota 2018 Commonwealth Games bid to a feasibility study for a watersports centre in Bognor Regis, three leisure consultants share details of their current projects
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56   Regeneration: Green dream
As the Eden Project launches the Eden Café in St Austell, Kath Hudson speaks to the team and finds out how St Austell is hoping to become a demonstration town for green Cornwall
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60   CRM and CEM: Happy customers
We check out some CRM and CEM systems helping operators stay ahead
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64   Attractions: Peppa pig world
Paultons Park MD Richard Mancey on the park's newest attraction
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66   Health & Fitness: Dance moves
Parkwood Leisure's CEO Andrew Holt tells us how the company is capitalising on the popularity of dance
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70   Senior's Solutions number 19: Grahame Senior
Grahame Senior advises on how to deal with the downturn
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72   Directories: Leisure directory
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74   Final thoughts: Chris Marriott
Capita Symonds' Chris Marriott
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