Due to a private booking, all pools will close at 1.15pm on Saturday 19th May. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
May half term falls on the bank holiday weekend this year, and we have plenty of activities going on to keep your family entertained.
Although we will be closed on Monday 28th May to recharge our batteries, take a look here to find out what’s happening during the week.
|Systems Support Officer
Holywell Leisure Centre
Charity Reg 1170729
|Permanent Full Time
Grade D – SCP 16 to 19 based on experience
£17,419 to £18,858
37 hours per week
|We are recruiting for an assistant to support the Systems Management Officer who is responsible for ensuring the Gladstone Plus 2 and Direct Debit systems are managed and delivered effectively and efficiently. This ensures we can provide the best possible customer service at Holywell Leisure Centre.
An excellent working knowledge of the Gladstone Plus 2 system is essential and you will be required to demonstrate this at interview. The role also requires a good working knowledge of Direct Debit systems which will be further developed over the next 12 months.
You will assist with a wide variety of tasks to include dealing with customer enquiries, bookings, payments, raising invoices, debt control and all aspects associated with direct debit procedures.
For an application pack with full job description and job specification please email
As this post will result in you having contact with children and/or vulnerable adults the successful applicant will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Services check.
|For an informal discussion please contact:
Jill Travers, Ben Welsh or James Kerrigan on 01352 355100
Closing date for all applications Friday 18th May 2018
Interviews being held Friday 25th May 2018
The swimming pool will be closed on May 5th from 1pm to host a pool party, no public use of the pools that afternoon. Hope everyone enjoys the party and giant pool inflatable.
Do you have fond memories about using our facilities? Are you passionate about keeping the leisure centre doors open? Then you could be the person we’re looking for!
We are recruiting a new Trustee, a Board Member who can volunteer their time to help the centre succeed. To find out more and apply, visit our news section.
Our popular ‘Swimmy Bears’ class on every Saturday at 10.15am is proving to be such a big hit with families that we are having to introduce a booking system.
This class has traditionally been a ‘pay as you go’ session but after a record number of parent and tots turning up recently, we have reviewed the situation and are now operating a safe and fair system that everyone can enjoy.
It’s pretty straight forward really; we have 20 spaces available so the best thing to do is call in advance on 01352 355 100.
HLC is now on the map! We took part in the Changing Places Campaign and now have national recognition for the brilliant disabled facilities we provide. To find out more visit our accessibility section.
The time has finally come to announce the launch of our spin bike classes!!
Starting January 8th, we’ll be trialling classes over six days to see what times work best for you – our lovely customers!
There’s also a few other new exciting additions to the timetable, including kettlercise – take a peak here.
Stephen Davies, a member of Flint Phoenix Badminton Club which plays at Holywell High School, has had a very busy summer.
He recently represented Wales in the Special Olympics Summer Games in Sheffield where he won a silver medal in the men’s singles and then a fourth place in the men’s doubles.
He continued his winning streak by representing Wales in the Four Nations Para Badminton Championships in Cardiff winning gold in the men’s singles and silver in the men’s doubles.
Stephen currently trains at Holywell High School with Coach Derek Harvey and former Welsh International Matthew Sprake.
Everyone at Flint Phoenix is extremely proud of Stephen’s latest achievements and wishes him every success during the forthcoming season.
Fancy a game of badminton? The club plays every Thursday at 7.30pm and the first session is free!
Since Holywell Leisure Centre (HLC-CHT) became a charitable entity back in April, the centre has been going from strength to strength. Most notable changes are the recent building work to the reception area, and the revamp of a tired meeting room into a family friendly soft play area.