Shenley Leisure Centre achieved Charitable Trust status in 1998, since which time we have continued to grow and develop our very busy centre to deliver a diverse range of sports, recreation and community activities.


Updated 11/09/20


We are not currently looking to fill this position.

Support Bar Assistant (0 Hours Contract)

We are looking for people who have experience in a bar environment and would like to serve people in the local community and sports users of the leisure centre. Full training provided with competitive rates of pay.

Hours would be evenings and weekends on a Zero Hours Contract.  If you think you have the qualities needed to join our team or if you would like more information on the position please e-mail Clint Moore;

As this post is bar work, applicants must be 18 or over to comply with licensing regulations.

This post will be subject to meeting screening requirements satisfactory to the Trust such as references & Disclosure & Barring Service checks.

Volunteer Trustee (User rep) –

Must be a user (customer) of Shenley Leisure Centre.

Shenley Leisure Centre Trust is a registered charity and as such is required to conform to certain charity laws. The Charity Commission is the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales, their job as regulator is to work closely with charities to ensure that they are accountable, well run and meet their legal obligations in order to promote public trust and confidence.

What is the role of the Trustees?

Charity trustees are the people who serve on the governing body of a charity. They may be known as trustees, directors, board members, governors or committee members. Charity trustees are responsible for the general control and management of the administration of a charity. Shenley Leisure Centre trustees serve as volunteers, and receive no payment for their work.

Who are they?

The SLC Trustees come from all walks of life, and are united by their wish to create positive change in society and an opportunity to serve the community while learning new skills. Our Trustees are nominated by Shenley Church End Parish Council, Loughton & great Holm Parish Council, Denbigh School Governors, and User Forum making a maximum total of 16 members.

What do they do?

The main responsibilities of our Trustees supported by the Leisure Centre staff are:

  • To set and maintain vision, mission and values
  • Develop Strategy
  • Establish and monitor policies
  • Ensure compliance with the governing document (Memorandum of Association & Articles of Association)
  • Ensure accountability (charities commission, HM Revenue and Customs etc)
  • Ensure compliance with the law
  • Maintain proper financial oversight
  • Respect the role of staff
  • Maintain effective board performance
  • Promote the organisation
  • Set up employment procedures

For a more information please email