A recreation center in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia (also known as aquatic centers) and in Canada is a building or site specifically designed and operated by the city, borough council or district council. use the facilities.
Facilities may include a swimming pool (several with waterslide), large gym, squash courts, cafeteria, licensed bar, fitness room, aerobics studios, outdoor lawn and / or artificial courts for football, hockey etc. , solarium, sauna and / or steam room. Recreation Centers Canada has recreation center employees employed by the local council. They perform a series of tasks to assist and supervise the people who use the recreation center facilities and act as pool life guards, gymnastic instructors and coaches providing advice, motivation and expertise to users. Many of his duties may overlap with those of a community center. Leisure centers are also popular in Australia, where they are mainly privately run but funded by the government. In this country, they are often called recreation centers, or most often aquatic centers because swimming facilities are the most popular facility that is available. In some parts of the United Kingdom and Canada (such as Calgary), these services are now operated by private companies under contract with the local authority. Most cities in the UK are now introducing recreational facilities for the local community.