About Doncaster Culture & Leisure Trust
Doncaster Culture & Leisure Trust is a registered charity delivering premier leisure provision venues across Doncaster. We offer a diverse range of health, fitness, leisure and entertainment activities to our customers with the goal of helping to achieve a healthier community across Doncaster.
Fourteen Venues across Doncaster
Formerly known as Doncaster Dome Leisure Trust, DCLT’s primary role was to manage the day to day operation of the Doncaster Dome Leisure Centre.
After 2 years of discussions and hard work between Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council, Dearne Valley Leisure Trust and DCLT, approval was granted in January 2011 for Doncaster Culture & Leisure Trust to be expanded. From 1st April 2011, the trust now consists of 9 former DMBC managed centres, Dearne Valley Leisure Centre and Rossington Community Sports Village, based on the grounds of Rossington All Saints School.
|April 2011||DCLT is formed|
|April 2012||Choose Fitness - our all-inclusive Fitness Membership is launched offering members unlimited access to all Gyms, Swimming Pools and Fitness classes across DCLT venues.|
|July 2012||DCLT takes over operation of Stadium Fitness at the Keepmoat stadium. The Gym only site is rebranded as Fitness Village, Stadium and becomes part of the Choose Fitness membership package.|
|November 2012||DCLT takes over operation of Doncaster's Fitness First centre. The site is rebranded as Fitness Village, Balby and becomes part of the Choose Fitness membership package.|
|September 2013||Cast, Doncaster's brand new theatre opens its doors. Cast is part of the DCLT portfolio of venues.|
|August 2014||Doncaster Conferences, Catering & Events takes over operation of Doncaster's iconic music venue and public house, The Leopard.|
|December 2014||Work is completed on phase 1 of a centre-wide refurbishment of Adwick Leisure Centre seeing the opening of a brand-new gym complete with 3 dedicated fitness studios.|
|February 2015||Phase 2 is completed bringing a full sized 8-lane bowling alley and children's soft play area to Adwick.|
|December 2016||Work is completed on a 1 million pound refurbishment of the Lagoons Swimming Pool area at The Dome.|