To enable our colleagues and customers to mark Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral and pay their respects on the national day of mourning, all KA Leisure venues will be closed, and activities cancelled on Monday 19th September. Facilities and...
KA Leisure’s Interim CEO commends staff for their dedication and commitment and confirms the organisation is well on the road to recovery. (Interim) CEO of KA Leisure, Malcolm McPhail, spoke of the ‘incredible pride’ he has for KA Leisure staff, after attending...
IT’S TIME… Once again, we would like to thank you for your patience and understanding while we address issues with our new online booking system. If you are experiencing issues please get in touch by email at email@example.com. If you have contacted us...
Make a confident comeback! Although our physical doors are closed, the staff behind the scenes at KA Leisure haven’t stopped during lockdown in order to prepare for your comeback. With new regulations, different ways of booking and limited space, the term ‘new...
Employees were recently advised that KA Leisure were exploring the possibility of accessing the Government’s Job Retention Scheme and furloughing some employees. We can confirm that we are intending to furlough employees who are unable to fulfil their normal duties...
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